Plage du Couchant
The plage du Couchant beach will charm families and lovers of water activities. Halfway along the beach, there are nearby shops and restaurants at the « Boutiques du Couchant ».
The part closest to the marina offers you all the possible water sports activities you could imagine: The Yacht Club offers equipment hire as well as lessons (sailing, windsurfing, paddle boarding, canoe kayak). A roped off space is dedicated to kitesurfing, when the weather is favourable. In the port you can find the departure point for leisure activities such as tubing, parasailing, jet skiing and paddle boarding. (In season)
Plage du Grand Travers
The Plage du Grand Travers beach is a magnificent sandy space. This large and extensive beach is the wildest in La Grande Motte.
Its dunes and the pine wood, located at the top of the beach, are protected by the coastline conservation authority. Its waters are classified as a Natura 2000 site with work for the conservation of its posidonia beds and its underwater life.
A small part of this beach is open to dogs, access n°60.
Plage du Centre-Ville
Along the Plage du Centre-Ville beach you can find the seafront walk with its restaurants, ice-cream sellers and shops. There is no road next to this walk. You can therefore wander, sunbathe and swim in complete calm.
Plage du Point Zéro
The Point Zéro is one of the most beautiful beaches in La Grande Motte which saw the birth of this seaside resort. Larger than the Centre-Ville beach, Point Zéro is suited for young children and adults. Accessible by foot or by bike, it offers a breath of fresh air to holiday makers. Dunes separate a footpath from the Point Zéro beach. This walk allows you to quickly and peacefully access the town centre.
Pavillon Bleu Ecolabel
La Grande Motte has received the Pavillon Bleu ecolabel for policies promoting sustainable