Mala: Stretching over white sand and pebbles, Mala Plage is very beautiful. Although access to this beach is limited to a coastal path or 100 descending steps from the train station, its natural beauty is something that should not be missed. Being catered to by two private beach restaurants in peak season, you can indulge in lunch or rent a lounge chair and umbrella. There is also a range of services at your disposal including massages, boat shuttles, wifi and fitness classes. However, as there is a limited number of parking spaces nearby, arriving by boat is the most suitable option.

Marquet: Located at the eastern end of Cap D’Ail near to the border of Monaco, this beach provides excellent access and paid parking spaces. Its shallow calm water and mixture of pebbles and sand makes this beach easy on the feet and a perfect setting for families. When in peak season, there is a range of beach equipment for rent, from Kayaks to sun loungers and umbrellas. Once you have spent some time enjoying the sun, take a coastal walk from Marquet to Mala beach. This 4km path stretches through a pine forest, offering beautiful views overlooking the ocean as its waves crash against the cliff edge. Alternatively, why not stop for a coffee or a refreshing cold beer at Cap D’ail harbour and spend an afternoon gazing at superyachts.