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Plage de Notre-Dame

Listed under Beaches in Provence-Cote d'Azur, France.

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This beach has a shallow bay which shows up a brighter shade of blue against the white sand before dipping off to a darker hue outside the bay’s almost perfect wineglass scoop. The sand is pale to boot, the ground rises sharply from the beach and quickly turns green with the sprouting pines and eucalyptus trees, which lend their strong fragrance to the already salty beach air (smoking is banned to preserve the scent.). So it’s an experience for all the senses then? It’s just a beach, but it’s about as close to perfection as you’re going to get along the French Riviera and you’ve got the café culture, sound food and wine and a pretty town as well. And you’re on an island.

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