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Six Fours, La Seyne and Ollioules welcome all families. Parents, grandparents, young children or teenagers, everyone can find a shoe to fit. Here is a selection of activities to do together as a family to the delight of all.
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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....
Six-Fours-les-Plages
The chapel was built in July 1992, she has a romanesque style. Visit everyday from 10 am.
La Seyne-sur-Mer
Built in 1634, and reinforced by Vauban, this gun tower was used to protect the Toulon harbour when it crossed swords with the Royale Tower
Ollioules
Situated on the hill of Ste Barbe, this castle, which was occupied from the 11th century to the 16th century, underscores the establishment of a well-established local aristocracy.
Six-Fours-les-Plages
Listed historic monument. Only remnant of the old town of Six Fours. Part Romanesque from the XIth century and enlarged in 1608.
Saint-Mandrier-sur-Mer
Pinewood of centenary trees that stretches over 3000 m. in the district of Pin-Rolland. At the edge of Sainte-Asile beach, holidaymakers can relax, picnic and admire the new plantations of ...
  • Natural site
  • ZNIEFF
La Seyne-sur-Mer
Mediterranean forest on schistose soil managed by the National Forest Office, 1600 hectares extending from le Brusc (Six Fours) to Fabrégas (La Seyne). Best explored in the spring or autumn. Numerous...
La Seyne-sur-Mer
The Janas forest (391 ha) is located in the South-East of the massif of Cap Sicié. The location is ideal for family outings, under the shade of the Aleppo pines, cork oaks, holm oaks and ...
  • Natural site
Ollioules
Road connecting Ollioules to Evenos. Listed site. The canyon are created by water and time: potholes, troughs and grottos, in a beautiful white limestone. In the 18th century these canyon was the ...
Ollioules
This mountain (443 metres) offers grandiose view-points extending over the Hyères Islands to the “calanques” of Cassis-Marseille and the entire Sainte Baume range.