Nice's beach runs about 4.3 miles along the Promenade des Anglais.
A handsome beach runs north from the village, below a cliff.
The park's popular sandy beaches run along the west shore of the peninsula.
The beach runs unbroken for 18 miles.
The beach at Monterosso runs along most of the coast line and is well used by tourists and locals.
To the north, sandy beaches run along the coast of the Thames Estuary.
The beach is around 1.8km long and runs north to south.
The beach runs for many kilometers and is best for walking at low tide.
The road paralleled the beach and people were running in all their finery toward town.
In the northern section, the beach runs along a sandbar on what amounts to a series of tidal islands.