|The Mala beach|
Nestled in the cove, surrounded by rocks, where fine sand is mixed with little pebbles, Plage Mala enjoys a wonderful location. Accessed either via the Littoral coastal path or via the Escaliers de la Mala steps which run alongside the great and illustrious Eden Residence which in turn is a witness to the influence of Belle Époque architecture in the area.
ACCESS: Via the Escaliers de la Solitude stairs (from Boulevard François de May), or Via the Littoral
coastal path (from the Gare SNCF train station), or
Via the Mala steps (from the town centre)
Two restaurants offer private beaches:- ‘L’EDEN’: +33 (0)4 93 78 17 06 http://www.edenplagelamala.com/
- ‘LA RESERVE’: +33 (0)4 93 78 21 56 http://www.capresort.com/reserve/
|The Marquet Beach|
Plage Marquet joins the Port of Cap d’Ail to the Monaco border. Popular with both families and sports enthusiasts, the beach offers many an activity. It can also be accessed and used by the handicapped, as the beach is equipped with two amphibious wheelchairs, from July 1St to August 3rd 2014. It's advise to book before - Sports service : +33 (0)4 93 78 96 40
Two restaurants with private beaches:
- ‘Le LAMPARO’: +33 (0)4 92 10 70 75- ‘Le CAP MARQUET’: +33 (0)4 92 10 10 17 http://www.capmarquet.com/
|Les Pissarelles Beach|
Rugged, wild and challenging to access, Les Pissarelles beach is crowned with rocks. The only way to reach it is via a winding path off the Basse Corniche road.