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Gazagnaire (named for the street running parallel to the sea) has a long stretch of public beach running from Moure Rouge at the eastern end to Gazagnaire in the west. The public section narrows down until coming to Palm Beach.
Although sandy and with a shallow drop, Gazagnaire beaches are more exposed to the wind than the beaches further west such as the Croisette, Port Canto and Midi beaches. For that reason, these beaches are favored by windsurfers and kitesurfers. There are no private beach-restaurants along this stretch but there are a number of small cafes, snack joints and bistros.
There's a fair amount of free parking on the streets inland a block or two and even along the beach. There's paid parking on Mouré Rouge port in the east.
Bus No 8 stops nearby at Place de l'Etang, Ecole Croisette and Esprit Violet.