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Restaurants

From the restaurant with sea view and private beach, to the traditional restaurant offering tasty and generous family cuisine, through the bistros and brasserie or gastronomic restaurants, find the contact details of all the best restaurants in Six Fours, La Seyne, Ollioules and Saint Mandrier sur mer.

You can be warmly welcomed and discover local specialities such as aïoli, bouillabaisse, tapenade while sipping a glass of rosé from Provence on the terrace.

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La Seyne-sur-Mer
On the beach of Les Sablettes with panoramic view on the «Two Brothers» rocks, our chef offer you elaborate dishes created with local products and our pastry chef will create dessert for you with ...
Six-Fours-les-Plages
Located on the cove of Solviou, POUSS POUSS offers you a splendid sea view just a few steps from Bonnegrace beach. In a decor of the Indochinese era, let yourself be transported in this place and ...
Six-Fours-les-Plages
We are just steps from the town centre on the charming Port of Le Brusc. For a seaside break or for dinner, there’s nothing like a relaxing time tasting one of our specialties at the Crêperie des ...
Ollioules
Established in 1924, the Café de France is an institution in Ollioules that almost disappeared. Finally taken over in October 2014, to the delight of its inhabitants, it is a family address that ...
Six-Fours-les-Plages
Gastronomic restaurant with private beach in summer. In charge of the kitchen a former starred chef.
Six-Fours-les-Plages
Bread and flavours welcome you to Embiez Island from April to October. Located on the main avenue between the pier and the square, it offers bakery and catering products:
Six-Fours-les-Plages
Creative seasonal cuisine. We propose a reduced menu to follow the chef's wishes and to guarantee a quality cuisine based on fresh produce.
La Seyne-sur-Mer
A balcony overlooking the sea. In the glass rotunda overlooking the sea, our gastronomic restaurant Horizon offers refined French cuisine, using high quality local products. The seasons punctuate ...