Mediterranean forest on schistose soil managed by the National Forest Office, 1600 hectares extending from le Brusc (Six Fours) to Fabrégas (La Seyne). Best explored in the spring or autumn. Numerous...
The Janas forest (391 ha) is located in the South-East of the massif of Cap Sicié. The location is ideal for family outings, under the shade of the Aleppo pines, cork oaks, holm oaks and ...
This mountain (443 metres) offers grandiose view-points extending over the Hyères Islands to the “calanques” of Cassis-Marseille and the entire Sainte Baume range.
The Coudoulière wood is a communal wood, extending over an area of about 12 ha. It is located in the western part of the commune, near the port of La Coudoulière.
Pinewood of centenary trees that stretches over 3000 m. in the district of Pin-Rolland. At the edge of Sainte-Asile beach, holidaymakers can relax, picnic and admire the new plantations of ...
It offers a panoramic view over the sea and the Mandrean port, ideal for watching the sunset.
Nestled at the top of the Vieux Six Fours hill, the Collegiate Church of Saint Pierre is a listed monument dating back to the Romanesque period. It enjoys an exceptional panoramic view that sweeps ...
Natural Area of the Forêt du Mont Salva.
The 2 brothers are twin sugarloaf-shaped rocks located to the east of Cap Sicié.
1600 hectares of Mediterranean forest on shale soil managed by the French National Forest Office, ranging between Brusc (Six Fours) and Fabrégas (La Seyne), with its highest point at 400 m altitude.