Rendez-vous on the Coasts of Continental France
Continental France boasts over 4,828 km of coastline of incredible diversity, ranging from tall cliffs to beaches with fine sand or pebbles, and from marshland to rocky coasts. The vegetation is also highly varied.
For more information on what not to miss along the coastline, region by region, see our four chapters:
The Channel and Breton Coastlines in the northwest (2,640 km), a choice between wild coastlines versus Normandy Invasion beaches;
The Atlantic Coastline in the southwest (1,187 km), magnificent seaside landscapes;
The Mediterranean Coastline in the south (900 km), famous for its many Riviera resorts;
Finally, The Corsican Coastline (800 km), with its wild and preserved nature and rare biodiversity.