The main beach of Benodet, the Trez Beach
The Trez beach is the main beach of Benodet, located at the heart of the seaside resort. At the mouth of the Odet River, this fine sand beach spreads on 600 meters on the Benodet bay. Along this beach, take the boardwalk and site on its benches if you want to admire the view, rent a cabin (at the town hall), eat or drink in its restaurants, walk on its esplanade in front of the casino.
This beach is under surveillance in July and August, and also proposes showers, toilets, and is equipped for the disabled. Numerous activities are available on this beach, such as the Beach club for kids aged 4 to 14 years old, and renting of catamaran and windsurf, in July and August.
The Saint-Gilles Beach of Benodet
Just in front of the Escale Saint-Gilles campsite, the fine sandy beach of Saint-Gilles is surrounded by small rocks and will make both children and their parents happy. Kids can fish seashells, shrimps, and crabs.
Take the coastal path along this beach toward the White Sea, or towards the center of Benodet, and admire all sailing boats cruising on the Benodet Bay.
Behind the Saint-Gilles beach, you can find a viewpoint indicator to help you better understands the jagged coasts of Southern Brittany.
The Coq Beach of Benodet
The Coq Beach of Benodet is a small beach, near the Coq lighthouse, between the Odet River and the Atlantic Ocean. It is ideally exposed to the sun at the end of the afternoon. In front of this beach of Benodet, stands Sainte-Marine, a small and typical harbour, with a marina, restaurants, a chapel, and a coastal path with great viewpoints on Benodet.
Near the beach, the old harbour of Benodet, where you can take the foot ferry during summertime to go at Sainte-Marine. Behind the beach, you can admire one of the Benodet villas, part of its heritage – “the Minaret”- with its oriental inspired architecture.
The Letty Beach of Benodet
The Letty Beach of Benodet is located by the lagoon of the White Sea, kind of small interior sea inside a natural protected area, in front of the sand dunes that lay to the Pointe de Mousterlin, in the city of Fouesnant.
This well-preserved lagoon with its fine sandy shores and turquoise-coloured waters offers outstanding sights, depending on the light of the day and the tides.