Archaeological museum of the city, which presents the artifacts resulting from the excavations carried out on the Celto-Ligurian oppidum of the Courtine by the Var archaeological centre in partnership...
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.
An old 15th century wheat mill, which operates thanks to the béal or Canal des Arrosants.
Developed by the engineer Claude Chappe (1763-1805), the aerial telegraph or optical telegraph, used solely for military and political purposes, had at its peak 534 stations spread over 5000 km across...
The Celto-Ligurian oppidum of the Courtine is a settlement site from the ancient period, occupied from the Bronze Age until the 1st century BC, whose remains are inscribed on the Supplementary ...
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.
Characteristic of the style Louis XIII revisited at the Belle Epoque. At the time of the shipyards, workers would pass under this arch of white stones and pink bricks to return to their workshops.
This listed historic monument is located 210 m up the hill from Vieux six Fours. It features an 11th-century Romanesque section, a 13th-century bell tower and a Gothic extension in 1608.
The St. Louis chapel is part of the naval training center at Saint-Mandrier-sur-Mer. It stands halfway up the Cépet hill and is listed on the Inventaire Supplémentaire des Monuments Historiques.
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 ...