Discover the best top things to do in La Londe Les Maures, France including Sentier du littoral - Le Lavandou - Plage de la Fossette, Presqu'ile de Giens, Plage de Cabasson, Old Town, Tourist Office of La Londe les Maures, Fort de Bregancon, La Route du Sel, Grande Plage du Lavandou, Plage de L'Argentiere, Plage de l'Estagnol.
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4.5 based on 189 reviews
The sentier littoral makes for a nice and at times challenging walk. Beware! This walk is NOT "flip flop" friendly and those with mobility issues probably should avoid, also probably not ideal for small children under age 6. Aside from those caveats, it makes for a good walk and it's nice to see the coast line right up close in ways that a sandy beach won't deliver. Enjoy!
4.5 based on 244 reviews
A natural museum it is an extraordinary set by the beauty and originality of its landscapes.
Lovely views, interesting restaurants and shops. Parking was just about acceptable when we were there.
4 based on 203 reviews
Not worth the full price for parking as there are plenty of other lovely Beaches around. The cafe is good for a snack or coffee. It has a great view of the president's summer redidence.
4.5 based on 744 reviews
In the 11th century, the Lords of Fos settled on the top of theCasteou hill (204 m) and built a powerful fortress - one ofthe largest in Provence.Ruled by Charles I of Anjou, brother ofSaint Louis, King of France, a city developed below thefortress which is now a perfect example of a frenchmedieval village. But when in 1481, Provence becamepart of the kingdom of France, the royal city of Hyeresfell into oblivion, until the visits of François I in 1529,then Charles IX and his mother Catherine de Mediciin 1564. However, the city was devastated during thereligious wars. Later on, Louis XIII orderedthe demolition of the castle : the fortress was consideredtoo powerful, as the “League” of Lords was raising againstthe royal order.
Tiny roads leading ultimately to remains of the Chateau. The old town is very quaint and quiet at this time of year (February). Well worth a visit on a cloudy day.
4.5 based on 75 reviews
You would find all necessary information you need for sightseeing around the area and among Vars. By Navette bus or buy boat are both available with reasonable prices and diversified packages.
4 based on 343 reviews
My wife was not that keen but we both found the visit very interesting and a "must do" for a unique property. Guide was very friendly and knowledgeable. He took time to explain everything in English for us. You must book and pre-pay at the tourist office and park in the beach next door where you get a discount and can stay for a swim/lunch after your visit so make a day of it.
4.5 based on 424 reviews
From the inland of Hyeres, to reach Giens peninsula, you Travel on one of these two "Sandy cords" through the marshes, that in the past were important salt flats and nowadays are a botanic natural park in which you can watch flamingos and a big variety of birds.
On one of these cords, large around 200 mt, you can find shops, pub and market.
On the other one, large just 6 mt, you have different accesses to the beach, wonderful beach of sand and blue seaside.
This side is very windy, in fact it's paradise for surfers and kytesurfers.
4 based on 138 reviews
This beach, as its name says , is a big beach. It's a sandy beach and the water is clean and the sea is beautiful. Sometimes it can be too crowded as it's the famous Cote d'Azur, in summer, thousands and thousands of people pour in from all over France or from other countries. Its advantage being closed to the town centre and when you come out from the beach, tired and drained, there are all the restaurants and bars just cross the road. You won't go far wrong to have a drink or a meal there first before you decide what to do next.
4 based on 112 reviews
4 based on 597 reviews
Nice sandy beach in a bay. Water is clear. No steep slope, so safe for younger children. Parking in forest area. There is a cafe, restaurant. No parasols or beds for rent. Can be crowdy so better to go early morning.
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