Here is an overview of all accessible beaches and restaurants in between Cap Ferrat and Monaco. Click on the map and be guided to some of the most amazing spots of the French Riviera. We highlight a few beaches: situated just before Monaco; Cap d’Ail has a few hidden beaches. Stop. Whoever reads further, has to promise that this will be not be shared with anyone else. Promise? Okay then. The passing traffic on the motorway to Monaco has no idea how beautiful it is down here; everyone drives towards Fontveille and Monaco. You of course, turn right at the traffic lights and drive downtown Cap d’Ail. Park your car in the center of (if there is space). In walking distance you’ll find a few beautiful beaches hidden from the general public. To avoid stressed car parking it is much more relaxed to take the train to the station of Cap d’Ail; hence it is only a few steps to enjoy the hidden beaches of Cap d’Ail.
The Mala beach is a beauty among the rocks. While lying on the fine sand, you hear the roar of the sea reflecting off the rocks. A paradise with a beautiful sunset. Don’t forget to bring a bottle of rosé.
Situated on the harbor of Cap d’Ail, Marquet beach offers all possible water sports for the whole family; sailing, catamaran sailing or kite surfing and the popular paddling on a surfboard.
Pointe des Douaniers
Another special point to relax is the ‘Pointe des Douaniers’, a rock in an undeveloped volcanic environment surrounded by green gardens.
For experienced swimmers among us, a trip to Pissarelles is the best reward; this beach is free and fierce. Access is difficult due to the “Basse Corniche”, but Pissarelles is definitely worth it. Here is a part of the beach occupied by nudists, so if you can not stand red meat, better to avoid this beach.