Two lids of sarcophagi unearthed in 1816 at the priory of Saint Mandrier and stored at Sainte-Anne Hospital were returned to the town of origin. No registration will however appear on the headstones. ...
Church with three naves, Provencal Romanesque style
The town’s largest, beautiful stone structure, perhaps part of the ancient medieval gate, curved arches. Discover the rich past of Ollioules and the anecdotes that have shaped its character ...
Grist mill which operated through Beal (Canal des Arrosants) and remained in use until the early twentieth century. Tours with a guide on hand.
Listed historic monument. Only remnant of the old town of Six Fours. Part Romanesque from the XIth century and enlarged in 1608.
The Observants, Franciscan monks, undoubtedly under the influence of the local lords, settled in Ollioules around the mid-16th century.
Course museum of a dozen panels dedicated to the memory of the shipyards of La Seyne departing from the Shipyard gate to the bascule bridge.
A 19th century seaside resort. Bombed by the Allies in 1944 and rebuilt between 1950 and 1953 by Fernand Pouillon, the hamlet of Les Sablettes offers visitors an exceptional view of Cap Sicié and the...
St Louis chapel (1830) is listed on the Inventory of Historical Monuments.