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Six Fours les Plages

Take a holiday at Six Fours les Plages

The tourist, sporting and holiday destination Six Fours les Plages welcomes you throughout the year to Provence, on the shores of the Mediterranean.

Between beaches and archipelago 

From the tip of Cape Nègre to the Gaou peninsula and the exceptional preserved forest of Cape Sicié.
Come and discover the 19 km coastline that alternates between beaches and secret rocky coves, a delightful setting. To fully enjoy these splendid panoramas, head out safely onto the water (paddleboarding, windsurfing, jet ski) or under water (scuba diving).

From Le Brusc, you can set sail for an idyllic archipelago, the famous Paul Ricard islandLes Embiez, known as the island of flowers, is famous for its action to protect the marine environment.

A rich history

History lovers will be charmed by the Collégiale Saint Pierre church, the unique remains of the feudal village of Six Fours, the Pépiole chapel nestled among olive trees and vines and the Notre Dame du Mai chapel, overlooking and dominating the Cap Sicié hills. In Six Fours life has long been lived by the rhythms of its 120 hamlets.

Events and "art de vivre"

Today a stroll through its Provençal markets is popular with visitors, along with the many events – including the Fête de la bouillabaisse at the picturesque Port du Brusc with its "pointu" fishing boats. From Le Brusc, you can set sail for an idyllic archipelago, the famous Paul Ricard island: Les Embiez, known as the island of flowers, is famous for its action to protect the marine environment.

Leisure for all

Six Fours is also leisure destination between forest and sea with plenty of family activities available (treetop adventure park, cycling, horse riding and much more).
Photos, vidéos et articles sur le Gaou et la Lagune du Brusc
Six Fours en images : Hameaux, plages, monuments et curiosités
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