The sports and cultural activities are both varied with countless places to escape to, and always in an enchanting and natural setting. With family and friends, discover the beautiful beaches of the French Riviera at Roquebrune-sur-Argens and Saint-Raphaël, close to your accommodation. Let yourself be tempted by original and educational outings with Marineland and its watershows in Antibes and the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco. If you are looking for a sports activity in a beautiful place, visit the golf course of Roquebrune, which offers an exceptional view of the Mediterranean Sea. The Gorges du Verdon also promise a real show that will take your breath away and leave everyone amazed. Nature in all its splendour...
The ideally located Golf course of Roquebrune Resort invites you to practise your swing with a great view on the Mediterranean Sea, the bay of Saint-Raphaël and the Massif des Maures. This 18-holes course is 5897 metres long, with par 71, and is set in a natural environment. Like the rest of the area, the golf course benefits from a pleasant climate all year long. In partnership with Camping la Bergerie you’ll get a 15% discount on your entry.
Dazzling, stunning, spectacular… When we think about the Gorges du Verdon, a long list of superlatives comes to mind straight away. This giant groove in the mountains of the Var form Europe’s biggest canyon, with depths that can reach 700 metres! You can choose to hike on the exceptional cliff roads with breathtaking view or make a canoe trip on the Verdon. At the foot of the canyon, the lovely village of Moustiers-Sainte-Marie is set like an amphitheatre. It is known for its exceptional earthenware.
Marineland is the biggest sea park of Europe. You can discover dolphins, killer whales, polar bears, sea lions and sharks here. They can be found in their individual basins, but the park’s highlight can be found at the various shows with water ballets of dolphins, killer whales and sea lions.
Monaco is mainly known for its princely family, the luxury hotels, casinos and wealthy inhabitants. But, behind the glitter and glamour of the high society of Monaco, this rock has a lot more to offer to its visitors. First of all, the exceptional setting, that seems to be tight-rope dancing between the Southern Alps and the Mediterranean Sea. The exotic gardens highlight the extraordinary Mediterranean vegetation. The oceanographic museum offers a peak in the life of the seas, and particularly the Mediterranean Sea. The museum is built against a hill and offers 6500m² of aquariums and collections to discover the underwater world.
Located in Les Issambres of Roquebrune-sur-Argens, La Gaillarde the perfect beach for a family getaway. Fine sand and turquoise waters are a delight for every visitor. It has the advantage of disposing of a free parking and a panoramic restaurant where you can have lunch and dinner.
Nicknamed Little Corsica, the Pointe des Sardinaux has managed to preserve its natural and almost wild beauty. The tranquility of the area makes it an ideal place to spend a beautiful day with family and friends. Swimming, sunbathing, sand games, this peaceful haven promises fantastic memories.
Red rocks of the Esterel and clear blue waters of the Mediterranean, Saint-Raphaël is a place of undoubted beauty. In search of a quiet and intimate spot? Head to the creeks of Maupas, Santa-Lucia or Petit Caneiret. If you prefer a beach to play with your children, think of la plage du Veillat and Camp Long.