Located between Dieppe et Saint Valéry en Caux, Quiberville offers both the pleasure of a picturesque seaside resort of the Alabaster Coast, and the charm of the nearby Normandy countryside along the Saâne valley.
A long peeble beach
Bordered by the boardwalk where beach cabins are staying from april to october, the long pebble beach reveals a vast area of sand at low tide.
A supervised bathing area is delimited with buoys in summer. A floating pontoon is installed in summer. The lifeguard station, open from July to August, will give you every day all the useful information : tide timetable, weather, bathing water quality. The lifeguards also provide you with a tiralo, an amphibious chair allowing people with reduced mobility to enjoy the sea baths.
The access channel to the sea is reserved for sailing and motor boats, as well as for the sailing club's boats.
Beach cabin locations are for rent near the town hall of Quiberville sur Mer. The future owners of cabins must have their cabins designed according to a specific model provided by the town hall.
Animals can walk along the beach on a leash and outside the supervised bathing area.
Horse riders are allowed to walk on the beach at low tide throughout the year, except from April 30 to September 30, when their circulation is allowed before 10 am and after 19h at low tide.