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Hôtel de l'Esterel

Your hotel overlooking the Mediterranean
2075-3001 boulevard de la 36ème division du Texas, 83700 Saint Raphael, France
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  • A refurbished hotel in a village close to a spa and a golf course.
  • Large heated water park with slides, infinity and wave pools.
  • Baby and children's clubs and a programme of sports activities for adults.
  • Children's Clubs
  • Water park
  • Half board
  • Pets allowed
  • WiFi in the bedrooms
  • Car park
  • Well-being Centre
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Room Standard Double 1 night from 03/04/2020 to 04/04/2020
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Hôtel de l'Esterel
Room Standard Double 1 night from 03/04/2020 to 04/04/2020
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  • Cap Dramont

    Cap Dramont

    Take the small yellow marked path by the sea. This follows the eroded rock, arriving at an overhang. Continue, climbing the path which shrinks. The path then follows the cliff top with breathtaking views. Then take a track to the right which rises and joins the asphalt path.

    Go up to the Semaphore to discover an astonishing view. Lower down, you will overlook the south slope of Cap Dramont. You can make a detour to the Port du Poussaï, which is very traditional and colourful.

  • Landing Beach - Plage du Débarquement

    Landing Beach - Plage du Débarquement

    The landing in Provence is a less well known episode of the Second World War than the Normandy Landings. Yet the Allies also landed via the Var beaches. The Dramont landing beach, near to Saint-Raphaël, is an example of this.
    On the cliff road of Esterel, this pebble beach extends over 500 metres and offers a pleasant setting and a wonderful view of the Mediterranean.

  • Esterel Massif

    Esterel Massif

    The Esterel Massif mountain range was born 250 million years ago. According to legend, it is named after a fairy called Estérelle. In terms of formation, it's likely that during a movement of the Earth's crust, a deep crack formed, allowing lava to rise to the surface, hardening into this strange purple rock, rhyolite or red porphyry.

    Originally attached to Africa, this chunk of earth was separated from it during the formation of the Mediterranean. In the tertiary era, a part of the Estérel began to drift… this was Corsica.

    The rugged relief with plunging creeks and craggy rocks dropping away to the Mediterranean bear witness to this history of geological turmoil.

    The human history of this land is just as rich. Tools, arrowheads and more are on display at the Archaeological Museum of Saint-Raphaël trace this history.
    Just around the next corner you may discover a menhir, a Roman fountain, oppidum or the Aurelian way, which runs along the coast to Agay. In the Middle Ages, Estérel served as a refuge for hermits, including St Honorat, and in the 17th and 18th centuries, a hideout for convicts escaped from the prison in Toulon. Finally Gaspard de Besse, the brigand with a heart, hid his treasure here, and it has never been found.

  • Old port in Saint-Raphaël

    Old port in Saint-Raphaël

    The Vieux Port de Saint-Raphaël is located in centre of down town, continuing the Commandant Guilbaud's promenade or the Cours Jean Bart.
    In the morning, at dawn, the fishermen moor their boats and unload their fish, then go to the fish markets.
    Shaded by centenary plane trees, you'll love to stroll along the quay and admire the splendid view over the port.

  • Musée archéologique de Saint-Raphaël

    Musée archéologique de Saint-Raphaël

    The St. Raphael Archaeological Museum and its medieval church form a space dedicated to the archaeology of the Eastern Var.
    This remarkable historical monument prompts visitors to walk in the footsteps of the first men of the Palaeolithic Esterel up until the metal age.

    The museum's collections, including those from underwater excavations, yield valuable evidence on the region's origins and in particular the Gallo-Roman presence. But the museum itself is a subject of study with its medieval church and earlier remains uncovered by recent excavations.

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