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The famous Rock of Roquebrune-sur-Argens
Le Rocher is one of the most touristic natural spaces in the department. It is located on a massif which rises above the plain of Argens and culminates at 376 m of altitude. The panoramic views are breathtaking especially from the ridge line! Le Rocher is ideal for hiking or mountain biking. A Grande Randonnée trail, the GR 51, allows you to go around the Rock and follow various loops. Choose the app all trails and discover the hikes around the camping.
Mediterranean flora and fauna
The forests are made up of holm oaks, chestnuts, cork oaks, umbrella pines, holly, and broom. Its inhabitants are the badger, the circaete Jean-le-Blanc, the wild boar, the hedgehog, the nightjar, or the Jason butterfly of the strawberry tree. The rivers and reservoirs are home to turtles, dragonflies, frogs, hawks… The trees and plants are alder, white poplar, fern and orchids. Do you already know them? Take the time to observe them, to smell them and who knows, if you have the soul of an artist, maybe you will be able to sketch, draw or paint them?
The village of Roquebrune-sur-Argens
Roquebrune-sur-Argens is a medieval village, Les Issambres, is a seaside resort in the Gulf of Saint Tropez. Beaches, a famous rock, the forest, a land, local agriculture, the Mediterranean… This unspoiled land in the heart of Provence and the French Riviera offers you an unsuspected range of sporting and cultural activities. On the shores of Lac Perrin, you can take your children to the giant water park, to the Aquakids, to do towed buoys, water ski, wakeboard, baby-ski, pedal boat, kayak or paddle. The Base du Rocher on the banks of the Argens also offers canoeing, mini golf, volleyball, pétanque, mountain biking ... Have you ever participated in a canoe treasure hunt ? This is a great opportunity to discover Roquebrune in an original way! The Village and Canoe treasure hunt is undoubtedly an experience that young and old will love to share. The adventure begins on foot in the heart of the thousand-year-old village and continues by canoe in the magnificent scenery offered by the Argens at the foot of the Rocher de Roquebrune. You will have to look for 15 markers and solve as many puzzles around an alley or between two strokes of the paddles ... Would you like to play golf? Democratic Golf is located between Cannes and Saint-Tropez, at the foot of the rock of Roquebrune-Sur-Argens. You will have access to a flat 9-hole course and several discovery or improvement formulas. To these facilities, are attached for training, a putting green, a chipping green and a practice of 15 stations including a Trackman and a Skytrak. The philosophy of golf is to develop attractive prices to make this sport accessible to as many people as possible. Sports and family competitions are regularly organized throughout the year to liven up golf life. A real place of relaxation and conviviality, you will no longer want to leave!
If you are interested in natural, cultural, historical and architectural heritage, then take the time to go to the place of the new fountain, observe the porticoes, visit the church of Saint Pierre Saint Paul, go to the Vieux Pont de l 'Argens, go to the Saint Roch chapel, the Saint Michel chapel and so many other sites not to be missed which will arouse your curiosity and enrich your knowledge. The Heritage House is located in a former stable, built in 1883. It presents the historical heritage of the town. Observe carefully its glass floor in the center of the room which protects an authentic 17th century icehouse. You will then enter a captivating museum which houses very beautiful treasures: Prehistoric remains from the caves of the Gorges du Blavet, magnificent 18th century votive offerings belonging to the Monastery of Notre-Dame de Pitié or a medieval garden where you can find rediscover the virtues and uses of ancient plants. Do you like to combine the pleasures of holidays with the pleasures of the table? Local products will delight your taste buds. Go and meet farmers, winegrowers, cheese makers, beekeepers, restaurateurs and other local players who revolve around gastronomy because, the flavors as much as the colors, will offer you delicious moments to share.
Les Issambres, creeks beaches and ports
Les issambres, a district to the south of the village of Roquebrune-Sur-Argens, is a very privileged area with 8 kilometers of creeks and creeks. This family seaside resort was already frequented at the time by the Romans. It is located between the Gulf of Saint-Tropez and Fréjus / Saint-Raphaël. By the sea, you will enjoy magnificent views and take long walks along the coastal path. The creeks of Issambres are preserved and allow you to enjoy the seaside far from the crowds of beaches on the Côte d'Azur during the summer. San Peïre beach is the main beach in Les Issambres. 300 meters long, it is ideal for families who can settle in the shade of the umbrella pines that line the beach. A paying car park as well as several Issambres shops are nearby. Are you looking for a small cove? The calanque de Bonne Eau includes a sandy cove and another small cove. Surrounded by rocks and greenery, the setting is very pleasant for lovers of wild nature. And ... If you want to hike to explore the seaside, take the Customs path which will make you discover the fauna and flora of the seaside. You can admire the Gallo Romain fishpond, classified as historical monuments, which was used to catch fish and keep them fresh for market days or major Roman festivals. It is the most beautiful Gallic pond known to date in France!
Visit the islands of Hyères, St Tropez, Cannes, Monaco, the Gorges du Verdon ...
On your own or on organized excursions, these destinations are essential if you want to know the Côte d'Azur and the Provençal hinterland. The Var coast, the Giens peninsula, Saint Tropez, Grimaud, Bormes-les-Mimosas should be preferred if you want to quickly reach the beaches, practice nautical activities and make sea excursions to the Hyères islands (Port-Cros, Porquerolles, Levant). Do you like hiking and white water sports? The Verdon Gorge, Mercantour national park and the Alpes de Haute-Provence are an inexhaustible playground! So ? Cycle around the Giens peninsula and book your maritime cruise to the Hyères islands, then allow yourself a few hours of lazing on Ramatuelle beach before strolling around the port of Saint-Tropez. Drive around the Gulf of Saint-Tropez to Sainte-Maxime, and admire the Esterel massif as you return to Roquebrune. If you like skiing and high mountains, take a detour through the Mercantour national park before kayaking down the Verdon gorges. Thrills and breathtaking landscapes guaranteed!
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