A wild beach in the Var French Riviera-Côte d'Azur
An idyllic escape
on Plage de Léoube beach
Plage de Léoube beach Bormes
Plage de Léoube beach, a well-earned reward
after a pretty hike

Léoube Beach

Plage de Léoube – a stunning beach in the Var area, South of France, Provence-Mediterranean. You can discover this treasure on foot from “Camping de La Pascalinette”!
This magnificent sandy beach can only be reached via the coastal footpath. So remember to take along a picnic, water, a hat and good walking shoes!
Located ¾ – 1 hour from Plage de l’Argentière in La Londe-les-Maures, Plage de Léoube is a magnificent beach, lined with vines and pine woods. And the views over the little island of Léoube are simply breathtaking.
If you don’t want to walk as far, you can park:

At the paying car park at Plage du Pellegrin (then take the coastal footpath to the left of the beach),
At Plage de l’Estagnol car park (then take the coastal footpath to the right of the beach).
A blend of sand and shingle, this wild beach with its translucent waters will delight all ages. You will find a shaded area to the left of Plage de Léoube.

Exposed to westerly winds.

  • Léoube Beach
    3603 Route de Léoube
    83230 Bormes-les-mimosas