Creeks of Boulouris
The red rocks of the Boulouris creeks hide beautiful little beaches.
The red rocks of Esterel are unique in the world. If you are passing through the area, do not miss the opportunity to immortalize them. They form a small cove and delimit the nine beaches of the residential district of Boulouris in Saint Raphael. You can see both sandy beaches and pebble beaches. The place is easily accessible from our 5-star campsite in Fréjus. The Boulouris Beach is located on the Corniche road to Dramont, 200 meters from the Pescade Beach. It is accessible via the Coastal Path of the Port of Santa Lucia.
Choose this destination and enjoy its turquoise sea and idyllic beaches at any time of the year. With an average of 300 days of sunshine a year, it is popular with tourists, especially in summer. In the midst of charming mansions dating back to the 19th century, follow the shady paths to get to the seaside, and spend a day memorable beach.
The main beach is a mixed beach composed of sand and gravel. It is quite far from the traffic thanks to the rocks. It is a quiet place, ideal to relax as a couple, with family or friends. Even your young children will certainly have fun there.
Certified bathing water, it invites you to savor the pleasures of the water in this turquoise blue ocean. Choose between several bathing areas that you like, including small coves where you can swim between the rocks. About fifty meters to the left, a rather large natural pool is waiting for you. A perfectly preserved nature, a fairy landscape, crystal clear water ... you will surely come back to it during your next stay.
A little further, small coves between rocks delimit the two sides of the beach. These pools are perfect for nature lovers. Enjoy the magnificent view of this heavenly space that invites you to unique moments of escape. Stop at the edge of the ocean to admire the unusual shapes drawn by the red rocks in the turquoise water.
At the foot of the Esterel, Saint Raphaël remains the favorite place for water sports enthusiasts. Diving and snorkeling are offered to explore the underwater wonders. However, the ribs are very primitive and can be dangerous for the dives. Do not miss a tour of the Island of Gold to admire the rich heritage of the city.
Restaurants are located along the beach to satisfy your cravings. Sanitary facilities and shops are also close to the beach of Boulouris, with some parking spaces available on the side of the road. Animals are forbidden. Finally, this beach is not monitored, it is recommended to remain vigilant.