Set between the pretty fjords of Les Issambres and the impressive red rock of the "Rocher de Roquebrune", Roquebrune offers a delightfully colourful setting and wealth of delicious local produce.
This very far-reaching town is a place of many facets. It is divided into 3 main quarters: La Bouverie to the north (residential), the old, inland village and Les Issambres, set on the coast.
Visitors can enjoy exploring the medieval quarter perched on the foothills of the Maures Hills, featuring a succession of ruined ramparts, tortured lanes and period houses. You can then head down to Les Issambres and the translucent blue waters of the Med via Vallon de la Gaillarde.
Bearing the "Station Nautique" and "Family Plus" labels, Roquebrune boasts a plethora of leisure activities, including heritage tours, nature walks, kayaking on Argens river, sea sports, an exotic garden at the foot of the rock and local producer tours on themes such as wine, orchids and market gardening…
Dernière mise à jour des informations le 28/05/2021