Beaches in New Caledonia
In New Caledonia, beaches are idyllic and aesthetically irreproachable. Often secluded and frequently deserted, they remain very accessible.
Let the wild beauty of New Caledonia imprint on you
Imagine a stunning beach of immaculate white sand. It is fringed by palm trees that peacefully sway in the wind; in the turquoise horizon, the sky merges with the lagoon. Now imagine that beach to be 25 km long: you’re in Mouli, on the island of Ouvéa. Whether you’re an adventure seeker or a tranquil vacationer, the wild beauty of Mouli Beach will leave an indelible imprint on you.
A preview of your next holidays
Savor a true taste of Eden in New Caledonia
In New Caledonia, splendid beaches are aplenty! Whether on Grande Terre or on surrounding islands and islets, they reveal their irresistible charm. Everywhere you look, sparkling sand, pristine lagoon and blue sky paint a perfect picture. In Lifou, Chateaubriand Bay and Luengöni easily withstand the comparison with Ile des Pins’ most renowned beaches.
A week-end to Isle of Pines
While you enjoy a soothing dip, contemplate majestic Cook Pine Trees, so characteristic of Ile des Pins. Everywhere they fringe the white sand shores and sway in the warm wind. Coral heads emerge from the lagoon like beautiful flowers made of rock. They form little basins in which multicolored fish find shelter. Watch the beach stretch endlessly as it delivers the promise of a lifetime of leisure
The North, a place to remember
Traveling northward you will discover Boat pass: a gorgeous spot that will take your breath away. New Caledonia’s east cost features typical landscapes with a surreal touch to them. See mountains and cliffs as they seemingly get ready to dive into the ocean. Contemplate nearby beaches -beautiful and secluded- and enjoy the pure luxury of not having to share them with anyone!
Noumea, a capital near beaches
In Nouméa you have to visit ultra popular Baie des Citrons, Anse Vata and Kuendu Beach. Swim, relax, have a drink facing the lagoon and indulge in the capital’s beach culture. Nouméa is also the departure point of many excursions throughout the lagoon. Embark for the day (or just a few hours) and enjoy the unique charm of the lagoon’s islets.
Amedee Lighthouse, a small paradise
On Phare Amédée (Amedee Lighthouse) you can enjoy a tropical buffet and dance performances before heading to the water for a swim or snorkel. If you want to windsurf, kitesurf or stand up paddle board, Nouméa beaches are ideal. Rent a jet ski and enjoy a sublime ride to a nearby islet: admire the vista and take it all in!