Cap de l'Homy | Côte Landes NatureLa plage du Cap de l'Homy à Lit et Mixe dans les Landes, naturelle est familiale
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Cap de l'Homy

Treasure in Les Landes

Discover one of the best preserved beaches in Les Landes, and take full advantage of the pleasures of the Atlantic Ocean!

The seaside resort of the town of Lit et Mixe

Right in the centre of the Landes coast, Cap de l’Homy is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful beaches in the Landes. A gem of the Côte Landes Nature holiday destination!

In the shadow of Mimizan to the north and Moliets to the south, this stretch of fine sand offers picture postcard landscapes in all seasons.

Cap de l’Homy is one of those rare seaside resorts on the ocean coast where the dunes have remained untouched by any building.

Quiet and authentic, the beach is visited all year round by locals, families, nature lovers, sportsmen and people who have just come to relax.

what to see and do in Cap de l’Homy

Walk along the ten kilometres of beach, for an invigorating stroll in a magnificent natural setting, and be amazed by the sense of nature.

With beautiful waves and a “beach break,” Cap de l’Homy is very popular with water sports enthusiasts such as surfers, kitesurfers, stand-up paddle boarders, bodyboarders and skimboarders – this is their paradise all year round.

To help you learn or improve, surf schools offer lessons and courses for all levels supervised by qualified instructors. Thrills and spills for adventure seekers of all ages!

Admire the last light of the day and the spectacular sunset at Cap de l’Homy!

Access to Cap de l’Homy beach

  • From Lit et Mixe, take the only road for around eight kilometres or take the parallel cycle path
  • In July and August, a free shuttle bus links the village of Lit et Mixe to Cap de l’Homy beach.

Facilities at Cap de l’Homy beach

  • For safe swimming, the beach is supervised from the 12th of June to the 19th of September.
  • The beach is equipped with toilets, showers and a lifeguard station.
  • The beach is out of bounds to dogs, even kept on a leash in marked areas.
  • The beach has three car parks, one of which requires a pay-and-display ticket in July and August.