What to see, what to visit: the Romanesque tower: a fortified tower built in 1300; the chapel Notre-Dame de Pitié (1560), the first place of worship was built by the monks of Saint-Victor de Marseille (1041); the cactus and tropical plant collection of the Exotic Gardens; the theatre Galli; the Museum Frédéric-Dumas (scuba diving, archaeology, underwater photos and films).
Recommended activities: scuba diving courses, sailing, water skiing, sea excursions, deep sea fishing.
An authentic Provençal small town built around its colourful little fishing harbour, so typical of the Mediterranean in its atmosphere. The sunlit façades of its beautiful town houses, its bustling narrow streets, its small squares shaded by palm trees are all a true invitation to embrace the laid-back Provençal art de vivre. There are breathtaking views from the chapel Notre-Dame de Pitié over the Embiez islands, le Rouveau, la Pointe Nègre and the ochre-coloured stones of the jagged coast of La Cride.