Beaches

Six kilometres of sandy beach await you in Saint-Cyprien. Enjoy the seafront promenade, the quays along the port and also the lagoon...

North Beach


Meeting place for windsurfers as a spot recognised as one of the most pleasant in Languedoc-Roussillon. Two board clubs offer courses in Kitesurfing and Stand up Paddle. One area for windsurfing and another for kitesurfing. No dogs allowed.

Life Guard Station No. 1 - Tel: +33 (0) 4 68 21 28 33

Facilities: tiralo (disabled mobility chair with three wheels and 2 floats on the side): beach mats allowing wheelchair access to 3 metres from the edge of the water


Rodin Beach


Located near the main market, this beach is the scene of fierce volleyball tournaments organised by St Cyp Beach Sports, a sports area open from June to September for children and adults. No dogs allowed.

Life Guard Station No. 2 - Tel: +33 (0) 4 68 21 03 03

Facilities: beach mats allowing wheelchair access to 8 or 9 metres from the edge of the water. Showers and toilets 300 metres away. The slope is rather steep and abrupt (some stones at the water's edge).

 
Maillol Beach (HandiPlage certified)


Very central, allowing you to combine shopping and the beach. Between Maillol Beach and the Tourist Office Beac, no dogs allowed.

Life Guard Station No. 3 - Tel: +33 (0) 4 68 21 30 59

Facilities: tiralo (disabled mobility chair with three wheels and 2 floats on the side): beach mats allowing wheelchair access to 8 or 9 metres from the edge of the water. This station has the best disabled access. Toilets for the disabled. The slope is very gentle.

 
Tourist Office Beach


Beach located between Place Maillol and the Tourist Office. No dogs allowed.
Swimming not allowed at this beach.

Pont Tournant (Swing Bridge) Beach (HandiPlage certified)


Close to the UDSIST Sea Sports Centre, the swing bridge beach has a cordoned off channel. A large parking area allows easy parking. No dogs allowed.

Life Guard Station No. 4 - Tel: +33 (0) 4 68 21 10 04.

Facilities: tiralo (disabled mobility chair with three wheels and 2 floats on the side): beach mats allowing wheelchair access to 3 metres from the edge of the water.

Sanitary facilities adapted for people with reduced mobility. Steep slope to enter the water.

 
Lagoon Beach


Accessible by the swing bridge, this is one of the most untouched beaches on the Southern coast. No dogs allowed.

Life Guard Station No. 5 - Tel: +33 (0) 4 68 21 18 30

Facilities: beach mats allowing wheelchair access to 5 metres from the edge of the water. Gentle slope to enter the water.


South Beach


At the extreme south of the resort. No dogs allowed.

Life Guard Station No. 6 - Tel: +33 (0) 4 68 21 12 90.

Facilities: tiralo (disabled mobility chair with three wheels and 2 floats on the side): beach mats allowing wheelchair access to 6 metres from the edge of the water.  Shower + toilets. Gentle slope to enter the water.