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Villers sur mer beach

Beach, Supervised beach

Mermoz Square


  • Handiplage

Services / equipment:

  • Disabled toilet





Villers-sur-Mer beach is at the center of the world ... It is the first French city to be crossed by the Greenwich Meridian! Promenade dikes invite you to stroll and contemplate the landscape. To the North East, the view of Cap de la Hève and its turning lighthouse, to the North West, a grand view of the Vaches Noires cliffs from the beach.
The seaside resort also bears witness to the Belle Epoque with its picturesque villas which runs along the beach. Particularity of this beach: the Black Cow Cliffs, geological curiosity dating from the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods 4,5 km long and 100 meters high.
For the less relentless of history, the beach is the place of many summer events including the famous Sable Show festival and sports tournaments all summer!

Access the beach from Avenue de la République which runs along the beach quays, as well as from rue Michel d'Ornano and Rue du Général Leclerc. The latter two being narrow, we recommend that you access them via Avenue de la République.
You will find parking spaces on Avenue de la République and in the perpendicular streets or behind the Casino Tranchant, Place du Lieutenant Fernand Fanneau. Paid parking is also available at Place Jean Mermoz opposite the Tourist Office. Other free parking spaces are available in residential areas a few blocks from the sea.
Access to animals is prohibited on the beaches from April 1 to September 30.
Outside this period dogs are allowed at low tide and must be kept on a leash.

The beaches of Villers-sur-Mer are monitored from July 1 to September 1 without interruption from 11:30 am to 18:30 pm and from May 1 to July 1 on weekends and holidays from 11:30 am to 18:30 pm.
Jean Mermoz beach first aid station:
Lifeguard station at Jean Moulin:

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