At the edge of the Léoube Estate, Plage du Pellegrin is one of the most beautiful beaches on the Mediterranean Sea. Part of the protected area of the Cap Benât, the beach is a place of precious natural beauty that we cherish and nurture.
With nearly a kilometre of pristine golden sand and warm tranquil waters, Plage du Pellegrin is a peaceful haven reminiscent of the Caribbean. Centuries old pine trees reach down to the shore, providing natural shade and coolness in the heat of summer.
Café Léoube sits just behind the beach offering seasonal, organic food and wine from our estate and market garden. Join us throughout the summer for seasonal events including evening film screenings, yoga classes, live music and horse riding.
The beach is carefully looked after all year round to help preserve its natural beauty – we organise regular beach cleans which you can find out more about on our events page.
Disabled acces and reserved parking place, umbraged parking, restroom, picnic tables.
Parking is available until 1st October 2020
April, May & September: 9am-8pm
June, July & August: 8am-8pm
17th October – 1st November: 9am-8pm
- Cars: 11€ per day / 64€ for 7 tickets / 6€ after 4pm
- Caravan: 16€ per day
- Motorbike: 7€ per day
- Bicycles : 2€ per day
- Free for pedestrians
Disabled access and reserved disabled parking spaces.
4 Electric car charging points
Toilets and shower
From La Londe follow the D42A towards Bregancon. Approximately 1 km after Clos Mireillle, take the first right signposted Plage du Pellegrin / Le Café de Leoube.
From Bormes-les-Mimosas follow the D42A towards Bregancon. When you reach Bregancon, turn right to stay on the D42A towards La Londe. After approximately 3km, you will pass through Domaine de Leoube. The entrance to the beach is the next left, signposted Plage du Pellegrin / Le Café de Leoube.
On foot: The beach is accessible on foot from La Londe les Maures. Simply follow the coastal path east from Plage de l’Argentière.