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The coast of France stretches for 3 427 km. About 270 beaches on all coasts of France are marked with the ecological blue flag symbol Blue Flag.
South of france
All beaches in the south of France are municipal. However, once every 4-5 years, some of the beaches are played at an auction between tenants and entrance to them becomes paid (about 20 EUR per day). This price includes the use of a sunbed, umbrella, mattress and shower. On nearby free beaches there is no equipment, but, as a rule, more people.
Cannes beaches in the south of France are loose sand. Most hotels are concentrated on the first line, and almost the entire coast of the sea along La Croisette is paid beaches. Just next to the Palais des Festivals there is a public beach (plage publique), where beach vacations are free. Continue reading