Plage Jai Sud
Marignane - Landscape
Jaï beach is the large beach of Marignane. It is supervised in the summer, from July 1 to August 31 from 10:30 am to 6 pm, Monday to Sunday.
A strip of land more than 5km long and 250m wide on average, which marks the separation between two ponds, that of Berre and that of Bolmon.
Suffice to say that its surface is immense and that the wind, often frequent in this corner of the department, allows a high practice of board sports such as kitesurfing or windsurfing but also water sports. Especially since part of the beach is prohibited for swimming to let thrill seekers express themselves on the water. In addition, a fitness area has been set up at the entrance to the Jaï with a dozen devices made available (bodybuilding, elliptical bike, etc.) which are self-service and free!
The Blue Flag has been floating there since 2016.
Jaï beach and all its equipment are accessible to people with reduced mobility. Indeed, 2 parking spaces are reserved for them as close as possible to the swimming area. A fitted path leads to the swimming area as well as the sanitary block with 2 showers and 2 accessible toilets (women and men). It is also possible to reserve an amphibious wheelchair made available free of charge with the help of a support staff: reservation at 06 61 30 61 72 it has the label: Handiplage level 2.
In the summer, in the evening, the Jaï beach fills with families who come to appreciate the space and enjoy the Festino'Jaï, festive evenings with food stands, and musical entertainment.
- Accessible pour handicapés
Information provided by OT Marignane
- 04 42 31 12 97