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At the water's edge

At the beach of Blonville-sur-Mer

Blonville-sur-Mer beach has room! It stretches two kilometers and displays no less than four atmospheres. Just after Bénerville-sur-Mer, it spreads out at the foot of the cliffs and remains only accessible at low tide. Laforge Beach in the city center is lined with small boards that run alongside a kids' club and a sailing club. This is where cabins, parasols and deckchairs can be rented. Goblins beach is the starting point to the west towards the marsh and its nature walks. The relatively narrow west beach borders Villers-sur-Mer, where another story begins. All summer long, animations take place on the sand including castle contests or photo challenges ...

From June 2, the beach is reopened without conditions, no zones, no limitations.

Blonville beach © Blonville Tourisme
Horses on the beach © D. Barré
Blonville Beach © D. Barré
© BLonville Yacht Club

Blonville beach © Blonville Tourisme

Horses on the beach © D. Barré

Blonville Beach © D. Barré

© BLonville Yacht Club

The unavoidable

The marsh of Blonville-sur-Mer

Protected natural area, the Blonville-Villers marsh, located a stone's throw from the beach, offers rare and diverse flora and fauna.
You will be able to observe protected species such as the green tree frog, the field frog or even storks.
Nature and ornithological walks are regularly organized. The dates and times are to be consulted in the agenda of our website.

The Marsh of Blonville-Villers

The nautical pole Villers-Blonville

The Pole Nautique Villers-Blonville (PNVB) was born from the merger of the Cerle Nautique de Blonville and that of Villers-sur-Mer, created in 1962. It is run by enthusiasts of light sailing and offers a wide choice of nautical activities .

Visit the base of Blonville-sur-Mer to discover nautical pleasures and share the passion for the sea (depending on the weather).


Pole Nautique Villers-Blonville

Alfred Feine Street
BP 4
+02 31 87 00 30 XNUMX


The Mickey Club of Blonville is the meeting place for children from 3 years old! They will love to have fun on inflatable structures, slides and swings installed on the sand. The club also offers sports and fun activities by age group and swimming lessons.
Rue du Général Leclerc -
Open every day during the summer holidays from 9:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. and then from 14:30 p.m. to 18:15 p.m.


In July and August : nature walks are regularly offered by Blonville Tourisme and the Paleospace.
July 13 and August 14 : Blonville celebrates at 19 p.m. and ends with fireworks. Place du Marché (a stone's throw from the beach) and Avenue de la Brigade Piron.
End of September : The 21km Sea, Mountains and Marsh. The first edition of a wilderness race starting from Blonville-sur-Mer. Three distances: 5,12 or 21 km.

Rent a beach cabin

Its parasols are striped blue and white in front of immaculate beach huts. In total, there are 180. A whole atmosphere!
Several rental formulas available.
Indicative price : € 60 per week.
Parasols, deckchairs and sun loungers are available for hire from 30/04 on weekends and from June 15 to September 15.
Blonville-sur-Mer baths - Promenade des Planches -


Access the beach from the following streets: Rue de Hoinville, Rue Louise, Rue Laforge, Boulevard Marcelle Lechanteur, Rue Pierre Jacquot, Rue Chevalier, Avenue Michel d'Ornano (opposite the Camping de la Plage and opposite the Marais). You will find parking spaces on all streets leading to the beach and their perpendicular streets. These are free parking places.
You will also find a car park in the blue parking area between rue Jean Duchemin and Avenue Michel d'Ornano at the level of the Central Pharmacy and on the market place.

Access to animals is prohibited from April 1 to September 30 from 10 a.m. to 19 p.m.
Outside these hours they must be kept at a distance of 100 meters from planks and villas. They must be kept on a leash or harnessed.

The beaches of Blonville-sur-Mer are monitored from July 1 to August 31 every day from 11:30 a.m. to 18:30 p.m.
It has two aid stations: Laforge beach ( and Goblins beach (

Eat and sleep with sea view

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