Private beaches continue to multiply over the years along the French coast, especially in the Herault. Thanks to their attractiveness, they have become a nice place to recharge your batteries at any time of the day. Why should they be preferred to traditional beaches? How to find the best place to relax?
Why frequent private beaches?
From the point of view of comfort, private beaches remain unavoidable. These are exotic places where you can enjoy a good time of your own. This is not the case in ordinary beaches.
On a private hut, you have access to the essentials. In addition to the sea, sun and deckchairs, you also enjoy a pleasant setting to enjoy a moment of relaxation with family, as a couple or with friends. Exchange booths and showers are nearby. The parking lots are secure. Bartenders remain at your disposal for a small refreshment during an aperitif.
Another little extra for these privileged places is that they also have a catering area to satisfy your little greediness. In a private beach in Montpellier, even people with reduced mobility can access the space.
What kind of private beach to frequent?
Even if some beaches have many assets (pebbles, fine sands as far as the eye can see, etc.), you will probably want to look for a beautiful hut near you. To find the ideal place to put your towel and enjoy a good sunbath, everything is a question of taste. Of course, we must not forget that each beach has its own particularities.
Besides proximity, cleanliness is also one of the important criteria that should not be neglected. And we are not only talking about water, but also its environment, including sand, equipment, showers and cabins.
After the cleanliness, come the animations. Some private beaches are accessible from morning until late in the evening. In these cases, the presence of an animation service is an excellent idea to ensure the atmosphere. And when it comes to atmosphere, check whether the beach of your choice offers festive evenings or other activities, not forgetting restaurants and cocktail bars.