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There are some good sandy beaches at Brem-sur-Mer and despite its name the actual town is set back some way from the sea. Moving north from the beaches at des Granges is the beginning of the three and a halve kilometres of beach known as the Des Dunes followed by the beach at La Normandelière before reaching the rocks at le Marais-Girard.

Des Dunes. This delightful stretch of beach has a wide expanse of sand, to the north by the Nautical Centre there is an area of bedrock that is exposed at low tide.
The beach has two Bases de Surveillance which are operated during the main season.
The beach is backed by the Dunes Domaniales de Bretignolles much of which is a “Park Naturel” a protected ecological zone.

La Normandelière is a small beach that runs from the Base Nautique to le Marais-Girard, the area of sand is much narrower than at Les Dunes and the base rocks are exposed except at high tide. There is surveillance during the season.
Behind the beach is a small lake with a beach where the school of sailing teaches youngster to lean to sail

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inland lake at la Normandeliere