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Monuments and visits

Thanks to its strategic geographical location, close to the harbour of Toulon and Marseille, many military buildings such as the Balaguier museum, the Cap Nègre battery and the Fortin de la Coudoulière have been built along the coast.

Discover also the religious buildings which during the centuries and architectural epochs were erected in our communes: the charming chapel of Pépiole, the Church Saint Laurent or the Collegiale St Pierre, and many others.

Stroll in the typical districts built by the great builders or architects like Michel Pacha in Tamaris or Fernand Pouillon in Sablettes, discover the museums, the thematic houses...
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Built in 1622, it belonged to Pierre Giraudin de Piosin de Montauban, first consul of Toulon in the 17th century.
National necropolis where soldiers of the First World War and Italian soldiers of the Second World War are buried. Mausoleum of Admiral Latouche Tréville.
  • Classified or listed (CNMHS)
Pre-Romanesque chapel with 3 naves and absidioles, restored in 1956 by Father Charlier.
La Seyne-sur-Mer
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...
Fortification reorganized under Louis Philippe in 1846. The Battery includes an historical interpretation centre devoted to local maritime activity and the military past of this ancient fortification.
Chapel-destination of pilgrimages constructed in 1625. Impressive view of the open sea and the coast. Viewing Table. Accessible by car or by bus until the car park then about 1 km by foot (fairly ...
The treasures collected on the site of the oppidum de la Courtine and many other objects are exhibited at the GRPO building.
Medieval building, first mentioned in 1096. Extended in the 14th century by the addition of 2 side naves, then in the 17th century by the addition of chapels, all the additions were remarkably ...
Located on the hill overlooking the village, the ruins of the feudal castle can be visited freely with the help of explanatory panels affixed to the walls.
The 17th century mansion now houses the Maison du Patrimoine de la Métropole Toulon Provence Méditerranée, a place where the history of the city's heritage can be retraced in an innovative way.