The Larvotto seaside resort will again be open to the public from July 4th to September 13th.
Several months after renovations began on the Larvotto site, the beach will once again welcome the public. “If this beach will open in a few days, it is thanks to the efforts of all the teams who have continued to work during lockdown, in strict compliance with health measures”, stressed Marie-Pierre Gramaglia, Minister for Public Works, the Environment and Urban Planning, on June 30th.
Access via footbridge
The beach will be open from Saturday July 4th to Sunday September 13th, from 7 am to 8 pm in July and August, then from 8 am to 7 pm in September. Beachgoers will be able to access the beach from a footbridge over the construction site, then by elevator or stairs. The entrance and exit will work on a one-way system. Taking health measures into account, social distancing on the beach will have to be respected. As every year, a net warding against jellyfish will be put in place to guarantee a peaceful bathing experience.
In spite of the works, the Palais du Maillot de bain and the Miami will open so that visitors can eat and drink. Temporary showers and toilets will be accessible, including those for people with reduced mobility.