Accommodation Bay of Saint-Tropez - Les Issambres
Self catering holidays
The coastal footpath showcases a rich history as it was taken by customs officers during the French Revolution with the aim of monitoring the coast.
Nowadays, this path especially allows hikers to discover the beautiful beaches, coves and rocky inlets. Yet it also lets you discover a facet of the richness of local heritage, as the route takes you to the Gallo Roman breeding pond, a listed historical monument.
Located in the heart of the Gulf of Saint-Tropez, this marina welcomes the public to a friendly setting where they can view the boats docked there and engage in various water activities. After a leisurely walk, they can go shopping in the various shops lining the harbour and sign up for a fishing trip with the family. Then having worked up an appetite in the sea air, it's time to choose one of the restaurants overlooking the harbour; seafood at L'abri-Côtier, pizzas at Les Alizés or ice creams at the Snack.
Come and discover the Var coastline completely safely, with sea outing specialists!
The centre offers jet ski sessions, seakart and quad-biking, whether as an introduction or rental.
Via trails or on the sea, experience thrills and a great time, as a family or among friends!
Rocher de Roquebrune is a national interest listed site and totals 372 metres. From up high, you benefit from a 360° view over the valley of Argens, Fréjus as well as Estérel and even the Alps.
At the summit, are the three crosses sculpted by Bernard Vernet which are a homage to the painters, Giotto, Grünewald and El Greco.
To admire all this from close up, there is nothing like The 3 crosses route of Rocher de Roquebrune. Of a total distance of approximately 7km for a 500m height difference, it will delight hiking fans.
The history of the Port de Sainte-Maxime dates from the eighteenth century. At the time, it was a place of embarkation for goods such as wine, oil, cork, wood, grains and vegetables. It was only in the late 1930s that the trading port became a marina.
Located in the heart of the city, the harbour is a bustling place, where it's pleasant to walk. Visitors can discover old colourful fishing boats moored at the Quai des Pêcheurs (Fisherman's Wharf). Certified a "clean port" the Port de Sainte-Maxime respects the environment for the pleasure of sailors and walkers.