The beaches of Arles

Arles - Beach

Arles, the largest commune of France, includes a large part of the Camargue and extends between the arms of the Rhône to the beach located 45 kilometres from the city centre: the Piemanson beach or beach of Salin-de-Giraud (naturist area at the eastern end), the amazing architecture of Northern corons village, and Beauduc beach. It is 28 km from non urbanized beaches which are the largest natural beach of Mediterranean Sea. 2 kilometres of sand dunes, a belvedere overlooking the salins to admire the salt marshes, the area of crop and salt storage.

  • Naturist
  • Public car park

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Where to stay

Mistral Appartement
Holiday rental

Mistral Appartement

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Arles

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