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The coast from the Payre River estuary to St.Vincent-sur-Jard comes under the commune of Jard-sur-Mer..
Jard-sur-Mer, is located on the D21 road from Talmont St. Hilaire to
Longville-sur-Mer, and is more noted for its attractive harbour
than its beaches. There are however beaches and an area of rocks where
the pleasures of discovering the treasures of the underwater world can
keep children and adults alike entertained for hours.
To the south La Plage du Grand Boisvinet has a base for divers and windsurfers although swimming is prohibited.
La Plage de Boisvinet has surveillance, and the rocks are exposed at low tide.
Next to the harbour is La Plage de Morpoigne, which reveals rocks and rock pools at low tide.
To the north of harbour, La Plage du Pe du Canon is a beautiful beach with fine golden sand and surveillance.
La Plage de la Point du Canon is rocky.
La Plage de Madoreau is on a rocky coastline with sand above the high water mark.
La Plage de Légère is similar to La Plage de Madoreau.
La Plage de la Ragounite is the last of the beaches, it has a narrow
strip of sand above the high water mark, although it is a little wider
than the previous two beaches.
La Plage de la Mine on the edge of the Payre reserve is a beautiful beach of fine sand with surveillance and facilities during season.
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