13 km from the campsite (20 mins) – sand and pebbles – paying car park – avoid in case of westerly winds
Set facing the Fort of the same name – the summer residence of the French President – Plage de Brégançon can still be considered as one of the Var region’s “wild” beaches, despite its obvious touristic attraction. The panoramic views over Giens Peninsula are a feast for the eyes!
This isn’t the most agreeable beach (Cabasson is far prettier), but dogs are allowed on it all year round!
The car park is shaded and a daily rate is applied.
The beach is just a few minutes’ walk away via Plage de Cabasson and is a great place for snorkelling at shallow depths and discovering the marvels of the Mediterranean’s underwater plant and animal life!
Bring a picnic!
(or there’s a snack bar on Plage de Cabasson)