The beach of l’Estagnol is a beautiful and wild destination known for its fine white sand and shallow waters that stretch far beyond the shore. With a length of 475 meters, it offers ample space for relaxation and enjoyment. One of its notable features is the large number of umbrella pines that border the beach, providing natural shade and a pleasant atmosphere.

Plage de l'Estagnol

The characteristics of the Estagnol beach

A large park with trees

To reach the beach by road, you can enter through the Estagnol park, only open during the summer season. Please note an entrance fee applies. As you journey through the park, you’ll pass through a wooded area with majestic pine trees and olive groves. Park your vehicle in the shade of the pines and take a brief 2-minute walk to the cove with its rounded bay and the beach adorned with fine white sand.

Grilled fish

When it comes to dining options, there are two renowned restaurants available on-site: Chez Richard and l’Estagnol. Both establishments are local favorites known for their grilled fish and bouillabaisse. It is advisable to make reservations in advance to secure your table. To reach the beach of l’Estagnol from the coast, you can follow the scenic coastal path starting from either the Plage de Cabasson or the Plage de l’Argentière in the neighboring town of La Londe les Maures.

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A privileged sunset

For a special experience, consider making a dinner reservation at one of the restaurants and arrive around 7:30 pm to witness a breathtaking sunset on the tranquil and uncrowded beach. If you arrive after 7 pm with a dinner reservation, the entrance to the parking is free.

Access and parking

During the period from April to October, access to the Estagnol beach is available through the designated parking lot bearing the same name. However, during the off-season, access is limited to the coastal path from the beach of Cabasson or the beach of Argentière in the neighboring town of La Londe les Maures.

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