Port-Leucate Naturist Beach
The naturist beach at Port-Leucate feels somewhat like a private island. To the south is the main harbour entrance and to the north, oyster farms, leaving around a kilometre of sand between them. With a large lagoon a little way behind the beach you don’t see too many passers-by.
Clothes are not optional on this beach, so everybody has to get naked! What better way to enjoy the fine golden sand as it gently shelves into the clear blue waters of the Mediterranean. With the generally calm and warm sea, this beach is particularly popular with families.
The majority of beach-goers at Port-Leucate are residents at the Villages naturistes de Port-Leucate. As the name suggests this is a naturist resort and contains various apartments and campsite. It is in fact one of the oldest in France dating all the way back to the late 1940s.
There is public access to the beach and you will find plenty of free parking off the D627 which runs the length of Port-Leucate. Other facilities include a seasonal lifeguard service which operates from the pink tower in the middle of the beach.
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