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Villerville Beach


Bath Street





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The sandy beach of Villerville stretches for several kilometers towards Honfleur and is only accessible at low tide. For swimming, the beach is unsupervised.
The beach on the side of the Parc des Graves, which is more wild, brings you closer to the cliffs of the Roches Noirs. That of the baths, further east, offers a pleasant promenade, bordered on one side by a long sandy beach, and on the other Villerville dominating the sea from the cliff.

Access to the center of Villerville is difficult by car, we recommend that you reach the beach on foot via Rue de la Cabine (Plage des Bains) and Chemin des Fondrières (Plage des Graves)
Dog / horse regulations:
Dogs are prohibited from July 1 to August 31 on the beach and on the Villerville promenade between 9 a.m. and 18 p.m. They are only authorized on the so-called Graves beach, from the access to the beach at the end of the Graves pedestrian path and only on the cliffs side.
For horses, a tolerance is granted by a specific access located in Parc des Graves, chemin des Fondrières.
Shellfish fishing is prohibited all year round in the town of Villerville.

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