Plage du Debarquement

( Water sports - Beach / Bathing Area )

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Plage du Debarquement

Pavillon bleu

A parking lot with more than 200 spaces, a memorial site*, a memorial and a barge form the first access platform to the beach that is made by 4 passages.

From the rest area, in sand, shaded under the maritime pines, one sees the enchanting site of the Ile d'Or and red rocks.

Pebble beach: the sand starts at 20 m from the edge.
Beach guarded from the first aid station.
Public toilets and showers.

The pines house a restaurant and mattresses are available for rent.

History: Dramont beach was one of the main landing sites of Provence. On August 15, 1944, on the pebble beach, 20,000 GI’s of the 36th Texas Division of the US Army landed in less than 10 hours with tanks and heavy artillery.

Additional information:

Beach, calanque, cove: beach
Type of beach: pebble
Size: Large
Signage: visible
Accessibility: stairs/ easy
Children
Access by the trail: facile
Cleanliness: dustbin
Comfort: mattress rental/ snack/ restaurant/ toilet/ shower
Security: emergency call station / emergency station
Atmosphere: lively, populated
For whom? : with friends
Markings and call station: Emergency call station ready from the Church - Tel. 04 94 82 75 94

Quality labels
Blue Flag
Languages
French
Facilities
Picnic area
Restaurant
Toilets
Parking
showers
Bar
Services
Canoe hire
Supervised beach
Restaurant