Friday Photos: Seeking Solitude in Southern France

The beaches of the south of France aren’t generally thought of as places of solitude. When most people think of beaches in southern France the image probably includes half-naked German tourists with skin like leather and pasty Brits baking in the sun. In the winter, however, the beaches we’ve visited in south-west France are a picture of solitude, with nothing but miles of deserted golden sand and the occasional dog walker for company. It might be a bit chilly, but there is no better place to relax and let your worries be washed away by the crashing waves of the Mediterranean.

Portiragnes Plage, France

Portiragnes Plage, France

Portiragnes Plage, France

Cap d'Agde, France

Marseillan Plage, France

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