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Coastal path

Here is a magnificent walk along the Var coastline among umbrella pines, oaks, scrubland, with a rocky coast dotted with beaches, and a sea so turquoise in places that it will be very difficult to resist swimming. The trail is very well marked, impossible to get lost!



 Long appreciated by artists, the city attracted the international "jet set" in the 1960s, and still attracts visitors for its beaches and nightlife. The cobblestone district of La Ponche bears witness to its past as a fishing village, although yachts now outnumber fishing boats in the Old Port


A unique project in its time, the lakeside town of Port Grimaud is today a place visited and adored for its gentle way of life. Stroll along the canals, take the boat, count the number of colors on each facade... There are a thousand reasons to love Little Venice of Provence.


Sainte-Maxime, backed by its marina, is a very popular seaside resort, attached to the Massif des Maures by a vast wooded area which extends well beyond the surrounding hills. The most populous city in the Gulf cultivates a sense of welcome and is undoubtedly one of the liveliest in the territory.