beaches in the Var region of Provence
Maxime Beach only 25 minutes away
|Location of property
Region: Var, Provence
South of France
The best beaches are to the west of St. Maxime and in particular,
La Nartelle. Which is only 25 minutes away from Flayosc.
St. Maxime is in the in the Gulf of St. Tropez and faces south and
is sheltered from the winds by the Maures Mountains. Enter the old
town by walking through the lively pedestrian streets, and then continue
on towards the superb gardens ot the "Promenade". The walk
ends up on the pier overlooking the gulf.
Pellegrin beach - Bormes Mimosas
Two double bedrooms
2 double beds
1 single bed
Original spiral staircase
Large bathroom and bath
Over 8 restaurants and bars
on the doorstep
Lots of parking
|Distance to key places
| Nice Airport 55 minutes
Toulon Airport 75 minutes
Nearest beach 30 minutes
Nearest train station, Les Arcs 10 minutes
Cannes 45 minutes
St. Tropez 45 minutes
St. Maxime 30 minutes
St. Raphael 30 minutes
Grasse 55 minutes
Marseille 2 hours
A beautiful sunny area with lavender and cicadas, Located at the foot
of the Massif des Maures in the var department. In the heart of the
Mediterranean coastal region of the south of France. With over 12km
coastline, long, sandy beaches with small, wild inlets, there are
a thousand little private hideaways. Le Lavandou used to be a small
fishing port facing the marvelous Iles d'Or (Golden Islands), today
it is a major international marina and sport fishing port. Divers
come for the beauty of the sea bed with its rich marine life and crystal-clear
Situated between Les Issambres and St. Aygulf which is south of St.
Raphaël. There is plenty of free parking right next to the beach.
The beach has plenty of facilities with a beach bar, café,
toilets and a shower. A Small pizzeria and shop are nearby.
This beach is just below the Thalassa institute, built on the same
site as the former luxury Hôtel Miramar, founded in 1927 which
gave its name to the beach, one of the most fashionable on the coast
in the 1930s. It used to be called Plage Bernain.
Facing the beach the Rocher de la Frégate is colonised by seagulls
and cormorants. From Miramar beach, you can take the strange, damp,
rocky Passage Winston-Churchill which goes underneath the Hôtel
du Palais and reaches the Grande Plage.
Tel: +44 (0)20 8144 8128