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The Commune of Longeville-sur-Mer controls a large section of beaches that starts just after La Terriere and includes the beaches at Les Conches and Le Rocher, despite its name the village of Longville-sur-Mer is in fact some way from the sea.
There are in fact 17 entrances to the beaches of the Commune of
Longville-sur-Mer, some have names as in Les Conches and Le Rocher
whereas others just have numbers.
La Plage du Bouil has 3 numbers and these are clearly marked as are the
others so that, in case of accidents, the emergency services can quickly
locate the position.
La Plage du Bouil continues on from the rocky patch just north of Le
Rocher beach it has a good amount of sand with an entrance for pleasure
On the north end at access No1 is Le Goulet beach which has surveillance
during the season as well as a ramp for launching pleasure craft. It is
the most northerly beach on this stretch of the Commune of
The beaches are reached through a forest road off the D105 north of the
Le Rocher turn off which takes you towards St. Vincent-sur-Jard. These
beaches are quieter, as the area is made up mostly of modern residential properties within the forest, with a few holiday camps nearby.
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