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Ferienwohnung am Meer, an der Cote d'Azur - das Haus

The vicinity of Sanary-sur-Mer is full with interesting things to do. If you like biking, walking, hiking, climbing, swimming, diving, golfing you will feel right at home here.
But even if you are looking for other interesting places to see, there are lot of things in the close vicinity, as from Sanary you have access to interesting places in the Provence as well as at the Cote d'Azur whether you have a car or you wish to travel by train/bus.

Here are some of our recommendations:

Cote d'Azur

  • Bandol (5 min) - A small bathing resort, next to Sanary. Provides some nice beaches as well  a Casino and a nightclub.
  • Le Castellet (10 min) -  In June, the small town shall host the Fomula 1 Grand Prix tournament. It is on a woody mountain, surrounded by vineyards has a preserved town wall and a careful restored church, as well as a castle of which origins go back into the 11th century.
  • Toulon (15 min) - Capital of the local department, it is notable for its history. Napoleon had his first military victory here and the city harbors the second largest war port of France. After the occupation by Germany in WWII, the French fleet sank itself in the port, so that it could not be used against France.
  • Porquerolles Islands (40 min) - The largest of the Hyères Islands, Porquerolles is thin settled as it used to be a private island. Instead it offers many pine forests, eucalyptus trees and beautiful beaches to the public. The best way to explore the island is by bicycle.
  • St Tropez - Small port town, which has become famous through many famous people like Gunter Sachs and Brigitte Bardot enjoying nightlife there. The port is home for many luxurious yachts.
  • Cannes - Having a mild climate and beautiful location, Cannes is another important meeting place for the Jet-Set. Most famous is the Cannes film festival.
  • Nice - Metropolis of the French Rivera and Capital of the Cote d'Azur, Nizza offers a lot of Culture and Art.If you like to explore further, you can also do day-trips to the French Alpes, most notably Canyon de Verdon or Monaco.


The Provence with its beautiful light and invigorating fragrance of lavender has not only inspired many artists but will certainly also give you an experience you will never forget.

  • Cassis (25 min) - a small fishing port with a short limestone range in the background. The street between Cassis and La Ciotat (20 min) is very nice and features some of the tallest white cliffs in France.
  • Marseille (45 min) European capital of culture 2013 - France second largest city and important trade port, Marseille is a busy and bustling city. From Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde you have a splendid panoramic view of the city, the port and the mountains.
  • Aix-en-Provence (45 min) - the old capital of the Provence has kept a lot of its 17th and 18th century character, consisting of old mansions, charming squares and lovely fountains. It is also a bubbling student city. Aix is very famous for its almond industry, especially the local speciality of sugarcoated calissons.
  • St-Pillon (25 min) - very nice for hiking. The mountain, 994m/3261ft high, offers a magnificent panorama from which you can oversee a wide stretch of land as well as the Mt. Ventoux in the distance, the Luberon and the Massif et forêt de la Ste-Baume, which can recommended for hiking as well.
    Relatively close is also La Ste-Victoire (30 min) - a limestone range, depicted in more than 60 paintings of Paul Cézanne.

Alternate modes of transport include buses in front of the house to Bandol, Toulon etc...Also there are trains from the city center to Marseille, Toulon, Arles, Avignon, Nice, Hyeres etc ...



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