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Bay of Beaulieu - Sea of Eze



Bay of Beaulieu - Sea of Eze

 


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The Bay of Beaulieu stretches from the Pointe de Cabuel to Cap Ferrat. You could devide it into two halves as the Sea of Eze (Mer d’Eze) to the East of Cap Roux and the “Seche de Beaulieu” to the West.

 


 

The Sea of Eze is a nice place to drop anchor, with its continuous beach stretching over more than a kilometre along the town of Eze-sur-Mer. The depth as far as 400 m out at sea does not exceede 10 m. Part of the beach is occasionally used by naturists. There are cabins and villas forming a row along the pebble beach. Sheltered by Cap Roux to its West is the minature port of Silva Maris.



The Sèche de Beaulieu stretches between Cap Roux and the Port of Beaulieu. It is never over-crowded with boats and is relatively close to a nice beach. It offers a spectacular view of the picturesque limestone cliff of Beaulieu and of course Cap Ferrat.


 

Further out at sea, large yachts frequently drop anchor for a few days to enjoy this beautiful scenery.




 





Photos of the Baie the Beaulieu - Mer d'Eze :

Photo of the beach and seafront of Eze sur mer taken over the port Silva Maris Photo of the beach and seafront of Eze sur mer taken over the port Silva Maris Photo of Cap Ferrat and Beaulieu Bay anchorage areas in calm weather photo taken from North Photo_of_Little_Africa_Petite_Afrique_Beach_in_Beaulieu-sur-mer_seche_de_Beaulieu

















 

 

   

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