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St. Raphael has risen to stardom as one of the richest towns on the Cote d'Azur. It is an important resort and has been popular with holidaymakers since the early twentieth century, hence St Raphael is known for its wonderful sandy beaches and maritime pursuits, such as diving and boat trips to local sites of interest. The beaches run from the new port of Santa Lucia to the old port in the town centre. From the gare maritime in the old port, or vieux port, you can take boat trips out to the Îles d'Hyères and St-Tropez, and the Îles de Lérins towards Cannes. Lots of other watersports are also on offer, or you could head to the Grand Casino and mix with the rich and famous.View villas in St. Raphael
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Pissaladière, socca, soupe au pistou, raviolis niçois, ganses, tourtes de blette… just a few examples of local specialities to enjoy during your stay.
Asian and Italian cuisine; Mediterranean food, Seafood specialities
St Raphael offers something for everyone, with a plentiful choice of bars suiting all ages. There are nine nightclubs located on Arenal beach, and an assortment of bars around the port, beach and old town, which provide live music in the summer months
There are 8 private and cooperative wineries in Frejus which will enthousiasm wine lovers.
Enjoy the numerous sea excursions and safaris.
Discover la Corniche d'Or, the l'Ile d'Or small island, the natural harbour of Agay and the Garden islands of Lerins
The “Jardin Bonaparte”: Overlooking the port, the 20,000 m2 garden features a wonderful playground for children and an open area for outdoor concerts and shows.
Children will love Luna Park, a fairground in Frejus with fun rides for young and old alike.
Do not miss Marineland in Antibes and the performances of killer whales, dolphins, and orcas.
Aquatica offers great features with a variety of rides and other themed entertainment.
St Raphael is located between the massifs of the Esterel and Tanneron, midway between Saint Tropez and the Italian border. If visiting the haunts of the rich and famous appeals, there are the towns of Monaco, Monte Carlo, Nice, Cannes and St Tropez within easy reach. If you prefer the relative quiet (or cool) of the hills, there are numerous hill towns and villages, each with their own special interest. There is also spectacular geology ranging from the stiking red Massif d'Esterel, which creates awe inspiring coastal scenery between Agay and Cannes, to France's own 'Grand Canyon', the Gorge du Verdon with its steep sides leading down to a turquiose river.
Loose yourself in the narrow shaded streets of the old city
The Archaeological Museum
The church Notre Dame de la Victoire : the basilica is representative of the Roman Byzantine style
The medieval tower and the tower built into the old church San Rafeu.
Tennis courts, Volleyball courts, Bike hire, Cycle route, Fishing, Horse riding
Banana boats, Jet ski, Speed boat, Wind surfing, Pedaloes, Water-skiing, Sail boats, Scuba diving, Snorkelling
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