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Directly west and adjoining Plage du Buse in Roquebrune Cap-Martin but with a separate entrance is Plage du Golfe Bleu. At 700m long, it provides an additional 300m over the Plage du Buse and is equally attractive. Although there is no shade, there is a lot of greenery behind the beach and a view of Monaco rising on a hill to the west. The surface is a mixture of sand and pebbles.
Stave off beach boredom by watching the hang gliders and parachutists land as this beach is a favorite landing point.
There are no dining options of any kind on this beach but you can pick up sandwiches and snacks at Le Cabbet, a small stand on the road to the beach. There are beach showers and lifeguards on duty in summer.
The beach is close to the Roquebrune-Cap-Martin train station. Access is down a series of stairs and through a short tunnel. At the entrance to the staircase is a sign informing the world that songwriter Jacques Brel stayed at the beach and wrote several hits including Plat Pays.