Redefining the Beach

Americans spend a lot of time at the beach. I’ve certainly spent more than a few vacations baking in the Florida sun. For me, the beach has always meant the smell of sunscreen, the relentless sound of the surf and the happy noise of kids playing, and sand that finds its way into every microscopic crevasse.

Nice redefines the beach for me — and like most everything else here — that’s nice!


The beach here is quieter, more relaxed. And in case you were wondering, there is a lot of toplessness going on. It is the south of France, after all!

The water, of course, is much cooler than the Gulf or the Atlantic off the Florida coast this time of year. And the rocks, are surprisingly comfortable to lay or sit on.


I haven’t found anything not to like about this town on the French coast. From the flower market…


in the old part of the seaside town…


to the harbor…



it’s one of those rare places that exceeds your expectations.


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2 Responses to Redefining the Beach

  1. Shannon says:

    Aw. It looks just beautiful. I’m so glad you were able to do this. What a magical place.

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