The West beach towards Graye-sur-Mer is the most natural and wildest of Courseulles-sur-Mer. On this side, discover a landscape of dunes covered with sandy plants as well as a large beach conducive to relaxation. From here, admire the ballet of boats and trawlers and the famous wooden pier.
It is on this beach that the Courseulles-sur-Mer sailing school offers a variety of water sports: sand yachting, catamaran, longe-côte, kayak…
Courseulles-sur-Mer is part of the Canadian Juno Beach area. It was here, on 6 June 1944, that thousands of soldiers landed for our Freedom. The Juno Beach Centre, the only Canadian museum on the D-Day landing beaches, tells the story of the civil and military war effort of the entire population in Canada and on the various fronts during the Second World War.
Supervised swimming: Supervised beach during the summer school holidays.
The shower: open during the beach surveillance period at the Graye sur mer first aid post, 100m from the Croix de Lorraine
WC: open during the beach surveillance period at the Graye sur mer lifeguard station, 100m from the Croix de Lorraine
Cycling: close to the beach at Courseulles-sur-Mer is the Juno Park. You can cycle there and on the Voie des Français Libres which leads to the Juno Beach Centre. Fatbikes are allowed on the beach.
Access for people with disabilities: no
Our friends the dogs:
Outside the beach surveillance period (July and August), dogs are allowed from the Marinas to Graye-sur-Mer. Remember to bring a bag for dog mess! The tourist office of Courseulles-sur-Mer distributes them free of charge.