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We always take our dogs for a long walk on the beach both before and after getting off the Brittany Ferry at the Port of Ouistreham. There a no pebbles just acres of sand. Easy to walk on down at the edge of the sea....More
Gentle sloping, sandy beaches are ideal for walking. There's a promenade walk that stretches along the coastal towns to Lion-Sur-Mer.
The beach front has residences and holiday-homes with ocassional resturants and refreshment stands (although mainly open in peak season)
Can often see local fishermen putting...More
It can be quite blowey and also quite popular but Ouistreham is a lovely town with Normandy landings history and of course with the adjoining port for the ferry. I tend to stay overnight and catch the morning ferry and therefore stay in one of...More
Of all the 5 D-Day beaches this beach reminds me more of our Texas beach back home. Beautiful sandy beach, lots of people enjoying this beach, folding beach chairs, beach umbrellas, kids in the surf having fun. If you didn't know better you'd almost forget...More
We stayed in Ouistreham for 2 nights 3 days on our way to the UK as we wished to visit Sword Beach , Pegasus Bridge and several War Cemeteries to honour the memory of my husbands grandfather and many of his regiment who remain here....More
A huge beach where you can walk for miles. Very popular on Saturdays and Sundays. There are plenty of eating places catering for all tastes nearby and the main shopping street of Ouistreham leads down to this beach. There is a large Tourist Info. Office...More
Pass through Ouisterham many times from ferry to our holiday home in the Perigord I travel a lot alone and have always felt safe This time there were many migrant youths around loitering especially around the port areas and car parks Police presence were there...More