Saint-Exupéry said of this small town that it is a paradise where even the dust is perfumed… Natural gateway to the Esterel massif, bordered on one side by the sea and on the other by the Red Rocks of Provence, Agay is criss-crossed by creeks and rocky beaches where it is good to rest to the rhythm of the waves.
This idyllic setting is unique in France, combining land and sea, and allows the practice of sports activities such as walking, cycling, quad biking or even golf on one of the many courses.
A true preserved jewel case with a paradisiacal atmosphere on the French Riviera, let yourself be charmed by this unusual harbour accessible by the mythical Corniche d’Or and by the turquoise sea overhung by the Red Rocks of the Esterel.
In this unique setting, practice water sports such as diving, paddle, boating, jet-skiing, kayaking on the waves or in the tranquillity of the creeks and the scent of the pines. Its protected coastline abounds in hiking trails with breathtaking panoramic views.
A little further on in the direction of Fréjus, you can discover Saint-Raphaël, one of the oldest French seaside resorts halfway between Cannes and Saint-Tropez. A peaceful town where you can go shopping and enjoy Provencal and regional cuisine all year round. On the harbour, enjoy fresh fish and local seafood while admiring the boats.
If you are visiting on August 15th, take part in a local historical event and go back in time in memory of the Provence landings on August 15th 1944. The landing beach, made up of bluish pebbles, is located at the Dramont, south of Cap d’Estérel and facing the Ile d’Or. This island with its square tower destroyed by a shell will undoubtedly remind you of a certain Tintin… and the black island.
Your stay in Agay will invite you to live an authentic experience while being lulled by the mild Mediterranean climate.
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