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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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At the entrance to the Franco-Italian cemetery, on a mound, rises a pyramid of 7.25 m high which contains the mortal remains of Admiral Latouche-Treville, considered at the time as the terror of the ...
La Seyne-sur-Mer
The bascule bridge is a panoramic view-point from which one may admire one of the most beautiful harbours of Europe.
La Seyne-sur-Mer
A little street art break in La Seyne Are you in downtown Seyne? Do not miss the now famous "Rue du Graff".
Called “béal”, or “canal des arrosants”, this trail promises a surprising walk.
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.
La Seyne-sur-Mer
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.
Built in 1622, it belonged to Pierre Giraudin de Piosin de Montauban, first consul of Toulon in the 17th century.
La Seyne-sur-Mer
Build in the heights of the Cap Sicié range in 1879, its mission was to protect the space included between Les Sablettes and the open sea. Today Peyras remains the only German Flak battery in Europe....
Small private mansion of XVII century; façade neo-Louis XVI of the 1870’s,