Èze Beach

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Èze Beach

Èze beach is tucked away from the road close to the train station and the start of the Sentier de Nietzsche hike. The beach is incredibly beautiful and idyllic surrounded by huge rock walls in the background, a small harbor on one side and Cap Estel on the other side.

Anjuna restaurant on Èze beach
Balinese atmosphere at Anjuna restaurant on Èze beach – cityxee.com

Èze beach

Èze beach is hidden away from the road and you have to know that it is there if you want to find it. There is both a public part and a private part.

It is a narrow pebble beach and it is recommended to bring bathing shoes. The water is quite clear with a wonderful azure color. When bathing, it quickly becomes deep, so it’s easy to swim right away.

Although the beach is not very large, it still has some facilities. There is a rental of sun loungers, umbrellas and a Nautique Club, which rents out several different water sports equipment.

There are 2 restaurants which are quite different. One, Restaurant Da Rossana, is classic elegant Italian, while the other, Restaurant Anjuna Bay, is Balinese inspired and oozes coziness and Indonesian beach life. Both are a wonderful experience with first-class views of the bay located just a few meters from the water.

Facilities of Èze beach

  • Toilets
  • Showers
  • Rental of umbrellas and beach chairs
  • Pebble beach – bathing shoes recommended
  • Lifeguards in the summer months 

Map of fire jellyfish at the beaches – click here.

How to get to Èze beach?

By car, you drive towards Eze-sur-Mer. There is paid parking along the main road. On the left side of the road, there is a slight descent to a tunnel leading down to the beach. It can be a little hard to spot, but take a good look. There is a sign showing the way.

With the bus 100, which runs from Nice and Monaco, you can get off at the Cap Roux stop and go through the tunnel down to the beach.

The train station is right on the beach, which is accessed via a path.


There is paid parking along the main road, and otherwise on the small streets nearby.

Sentier de Nietzsche

If you like a nice hike from the beach and up to Èze Village, then you can read about this fine hike of approx. 2.2 km here.

By Mette F.W. – 2022

The beach is basically open all year round, but the restaurants and sunbed hire etc. is open from March to September.

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