Greve de Lecq

Coarse golden sand, excellent facilities, including several cafes and pubs, and a large number of parking places make Greve de Lecq an excellent beach for all the family.

Bathing is safe - except when there is a big swell - and young children appreciate the stream which flows over the sands at the eastern end of the bay.

The old pier opposite is a good vantage point for fishermen. The only feature that may be a problem is the herring gull population, which know no fear and will steal your sandwiches if you aren't careful. If you make friends with a knowledgeable Islander, get him to show you the cave thatleads to the "secret beach".

Served by bus route 9.

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