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Maré BEACHES

Leone beach

At the end of the path which crosses a huge coconut grove, the small beach of Leone hides at the foot of a dramatic cliff.

At the Patho tribal village, instead of turning right towards Kurine, take the small path that runs along the long Patho beach. After 2.5 km of bumpy path through the immense coconut grove that covers the seaside, you will arrive at this small, secret and rather wild beach, overlooked by a dramatic cliff. There is a path that runs to the top of the cliff and offers a magnificent view of the whole beach of Patho-Kurine - ask the locals for the details.

Spoken languages

  • French

OPENING

  • All year round.

CONTACTS


  • 98878 Maré

See also

Ekure Beach
Natural beach

Ekure Beach

Maré
Ekure is a secluded beach north of Maré accessible only on foot or by boat.
Drueulu Beach
Natural beach

Drueulu Beach

Lifou
A popular mooring and launching site for boaties, Drueulu Beach is made up of several small rocky coves.
Dranin Beach
Natural beach

Dranin Beach

Maré
At the northeast of the island, the beautiful beach of Dranin is protected by cliffs and is accessible only with a guide.
Peng Beach
Natural beach

Peng Beach

Lifou
Located about twenty minutes from Wé the island’s capital, the pretty beach of Peng is particularly appreciated for its calm and clear waters.
Wabao Beach
Natural beach

Wabao Beach

Maré
Easily accessible, Wabao beach alternates white sand beaches and small secret coves.
Chateaubriand Bay
Natural beach

Chateaubriand Bay

Lifou
Chateaubriand Bay is a deep bay that stretches from the Luecila tribal village in the north to the port of Wé in the south and is ideally located in the centre of the island.
Patho-Kurine Beach
Natural beach

Patho-Kurine Beach

Maré
Between Patho to the north and Kurin to the south, this long beach reveals its wild and invigorating nature.
Mouli Beach
Natural beach

Mouli Beach

Ouvéa
With its postcard colours, this is one of the most beautiful beaches in New Caledonia.
Hnimêk
Natural beach

Hnimêk

Ouvéa
A fascinating ecosystem threatened by rising waters, the extreme north of the main island of Ouvéa offers landscapes suspended between sky and sea.
Hwakaiö Beach
Natural beach

Hwakaiö Beach

Ouvéa
A small beach in the extreme south on the island of Mouli, from where in good weather you can see New Caledonia’s main island, Grande Terre.
Fayaoué Beach
Natural beach

Fayaoué Beach

Ouvéa
The longest beach in New Caledonia, a ribbon of more than 20 km of pure white sand!
Ahmelewedr Bay
Natural beach

Ahmelewedr Bay

Lifou
Located in the southern part of the island in the Mou tribal area, Ahmelewedr Bay, the twin of Wadra Bay is a place of great charm, and one steeped in history.
Luengöni Beach
Natural beach

Luengöni Beach

Lifou
You have been warned, here Lifou reveals its most beautiful jewel: the beach of Luengöni!
Mou Beach
Natural beach

Mou Beach

Lifou
Mou Beach is a long ribbon of white sand that stretches from the Mou tribal village to the foot of Cap des Pins.
Mebuet Beach
Natural beach

Mebuet Beach

Maré
A small quiet bay where turtles and the children of the place frolic, to discover at sunset.
Kiki Beach
Natural beach

Kiki Beach

Lifou
A little gem protected by the surrounding cliffs; Kiki beach is one of Lifou's best-kept secrets.
Hpédé Beach
Natural beach

Hpédé Beach

Maré
At the foot of Cape Wabao, Hpédé Bay is home to numerous small beaches and coves, and seabeds that are both colourful and easily accessible. It is an amazing spot from which to enjoy the sunset over Cape Wabao.
Yejele Beach
Natural beach

Yejele Beach

Maré
The most beautiful beach on the island, ideal for just relaxing in the shade of the many fake tobacco trees (Faux tabac), but also snorkelling or angling.
Shini Beach
Natural beach

Shini Beach

Maré
The beautiful beach of Shini is a white sand beach with a very rich seabed ideal for snorkelling and is accessible from Nengone Village hotel.
Eoce Beach
Natural beach

Eoce Beach

Maré
Located in the Roh Tribe in the far north of the island, Eoce Bay is accessible only on foot or by boat and accompanied by a guide.
Tiberia Beach
Natural beach

Tiberia Beach

Ouvéa
The only beach located on the east coast of the island, it offers a paradisiacal setting and turquoise water.
Wadra Bay
Natural beach

Wadra Bay

Lifou
Wadra Bay, also known as Turtle Bay, is a charming crescent-shaped beach with a peaceful atmosphere.
Eni Beach
Natural beach

Eni Beach

Maré
A small easily accessible gem located at the very end of the road in Eni.

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