Luxembourg Beach in Bormes les Mimosas is one of the most beautiful beaches of the Var Department. Little frequented due to its difficult access, it is a real paradise! Separated in two zone by rocks (very hard to cross – it would be better to cross the water), the left part is the bigger of the two (the right side is home to a little boat shelter and a few sand creeks). It is mostly visited by those with a boat. Note that the Galere Beach is a 5 minute walk away.
To get to this beach, park at Bregançon then follow the coastal path the closest to the sea. A few passages are quite difficult (impossible with children – you have to cross large rocks). You will need 45 minutes to walk to this beach. It is the first big beach after the fort.
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Here is the beautiful Luxembourg beach. It is the first big beach after the fort. Access is difficult, therefore there are not many visitors (only one person when we came).
Extra fine sand in a totally preserved environment. Ideal for those looking for peace and quiet.
On the right we can see stairs. They are private. Do not look for an access here because it is private property that belongs to the Duke of Luxembourg (hence the name of the beach).
From this beach, we have a great view of Fort Bregançon.
Another great view of the fort. To get here by foot, we have to cross rocks on the shore – very difficult and dangerous. It would be nice to have a boat!
Just before this beach (to the right of the photo) we find some small creeks (left of the photo). A very natural, wild environment.
On the right part of this beach, we find a boat shelter. The main beach is found about 100 meters beyond.
The different sandbanks (coming from the rocks near the fort) are very nice. A slight incline is perfect for taking a swim.
A few trees give shade in the summer.
A few photos showing access to the beach:
The first step is to get to Bregançon Creek. Its getting to this beach that we find the most difficulty.
We have to cross the rocks in the photo. Try to stay close to the sea.
Then we have to cross these rocks before getting to Luxembourg Beach (not visible in this photo; here we see the point of Galere and its beach.
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