A safe and accessible beach
A panoramic view of the mountains of Catalonia
Three lifeguard towers watch over bathers
Torreilles, protected natural areas
4 km of protected beaches
Spread over three areas , our private beaches are safe for swimming:
"Sprinkled" with blockhaus, dating back to World War II , this beach stretches to the mouth of the "Agly", the costal river that physically separates us from the town of Barcarès.
Lifeguards in season, toilets (disabled), a tap to wash your feet, a walkway for access to the windsurfing - kite surf area, bicycle parking
Straw-roofed restaurants in season, long beaches, rocky breakwaters at the mouth (fish), reefs along the beach (diving)
Follow the track on your left from Place de la Méditerrannée, two free car parks (Blockhaus and river mouth).
The main beach in Torreilles at the heart of the "Camps de la Ribère" ("river bank fields" in Catalan), natural area protected by the Coastline Protectorate .
Lifeguards in season, beach wheelchairs for the disabled, toilets (disabled), a tap to wash your feet, bicycle parking
Straw-roofed restaurants in season, free sports activities offered by the tourist office in season, "l'Aiguader" soft water spring (where you can watch the birds), and see the historical monument to commander Varnier
At Torreilles beach go straight on to the large surfaced free car park .
The longest and most natural beach in Torreilles part of which is reserved for naturism.
Lifeguards in season, access for the disabled, toilets (disabled), a tap to wash your feet, bicycle parking.
Straw-roofed restaurants in season, "Marende Petit" natural area protected b y the Coastline Protectorate , Bourdigou river mouth.
At the entrance to the resort just after the roundabout, go right and pass the miniature golf course. Follow the road for 500 metres, then take the south path to the left. Follow this for 500 metres to the surfaced car park (free).
The town"s organisation includes allowing the physically impaired to fully enjoy the pleasure of the sea and to make it accessible to them, and part of this involves setting up adapted facilities on the central beach:
The three beaches in Torreilles have flown the European blue flag since it was created (1985). This ecolabel is sent to the communes that meet a series of criteria regarding the general environment, the quality and management of the swimming waters, waste management and environmental education.
Considerable work is done throughout the year by the town and its different services to maintain this sign that is a synonym of quality for holiday-makers.
For your safety, there are three lifeguard stations for the season manned by Master Lifeguards who watch our beaches from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., 7 days a week, ready to intervene at the slightest problem and to give good advice.
All of the supervised areas are marked with buoys in the strip 300m into the water.
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