On the site of Lazaret Bay, in the Tamaris district, stands the villa of Robert Rougeul, an engineer of arts and manufacturing and director of the Port-de-Bouc shipyards.
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 ...
Porches or “pourtègues” on Curie Street (Medieval era) Medieval house façade (XIII – XVI century) at No 1 Baudin street. Discover the rich past of Ollioules and the anecdotes that have ...
The Observants, Franciscan monks, undoubtedly under the influence of the local lords, settled in Ollioules around the mid-16th century.
Built in 1622, it belonged to Pierre Giraudin de Piosin de Montauban, first consul of Toulon in the 17th century.
Pre-Romanesque chapel with 3 naves and absidioles, restored in 1956 by Father Charlier.
A tapestry of landscapes, it offers a forested area, meadows, ancient ornamental gardens surroundingreat buildings, remains of oil and corn mills and a network of waterways.
Open during exhibitions. Oil mill, pressing cylinder casings are preserved, embedded in the masonry of the ground floor.
St Louis chapel (1830) is listed on the Inventory of Historical Monuments.