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Latitude: 46° 30.724' N
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Just outside the city of Sables d'Olonne.Drive to a part of the city called La Chaume(to the N).Then look for the Olonne woods.It's at the beginning of the woods.There's a camping(only open in season).You can take the bus to the spot.
Easy to find?
Good day length
Good swell direction,
Good wind direction
Swell sizeStarts working at and holds up to
Best tide position
Best tide movement
I said it's a beachbreak but there's a little reefplateau that has the best peak but not really a long ride.The spot lies in a nature preserve-KEEP THE BEACH CLEAN!!
Rocks at low tide!
By Anonymous , 10-08-2009
Eddy - A very consistant spot but can get very windy in the afternoons especially. Best at low to mid tide as it creates a backwash after that.
You will often be here alone especially when the nearby campsite is closed. Worth a look if the bay at Sables is flat.
By Anonymous , 01-08-2006
- Best surfed on the sandbank at the car park end, as the tide begins to push, when the bank starts to flood the waves will fade and its time to move up the beach to the next set of rocks, as these start to disappear some decent waves are to be had. As high tide approaches it tends to start closing out. Some good locals use this beach.
By easy , 05-11-2005
one of my prefered places - a wild landscape and some very good waves from time to time, a good complement to other spots in the area... a often you are alone or at least the crowd in the water is just fine
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