Between Nice and the Principality of Monaco, Cap d’Ail is a very famous seaside resort on the French Riviera. From Cap Rognoso to Cap Fleuri, discover the beaches and secret coves of Cap d’Ail.
The Marquet Beach
Located east of Cap d’Ail, and just a few meters from Monaco, Marquet beach is 200 meters long. Composed of sand and pebbles, it is the most popular beach of this small seaside resort. Swimming is supervised during the season, and many amenities await vacationers: sanitary facilities, showers, access for people with reduced mobility… Restaurants and bars located nearby allow you to have a refreshment or eat in front of the sea.
Nestled between the rocks, the Mala welcomes bathers who can spread their bath towels on a sand punctuated by pretty round pebbles. The cove is accessible by a small staircase that runs along the Eden, a prestigious residence that recalls the prosperity of the French Riviera since the Belle Epoque. A first-aid post ensures the surveillance of the bathing.
Magnificent and wild, but difficult to access, the beach of Pissarelles awaits you after the descent of a staircase that runs between the rocks. It offers few flat areas to settle comfortably, but seduces by its authentic atmosphere and its confidential character. It is possible to practice naturism there. You will not find any equipment and facilities on site.
Dogs are tolerated on the beautiful little pebble beach east of the Pointe des Douaniers. The setting is particularly pleasant and attracts vacationers looking for an atypical and friendly place to swim.
To the west, you can also enjoy access to the sea in an absolutely magnificent setting. Sanitary facilities and showers await you at the top of the stairs.
Cap d’Ail offers many water activities to holidaymakers. If swimmers are over the moon, water sports enthusiasts will also be able to enjoy a vacation rich in emotions, on a jet-ski or firmly attached to a towed buoy.
Many leisure activities are organized in season: scuba diving, kayak rental, stand’up paddle, canoeing, sea excursions… A walk also allows you to stroll along the seafront.