The path, which was used by customs officers during the revolution to monitor the coast , will introduce you to sandy beaches, coves and creeks.
max. 10 m
min. 0 m
Styles : HikingBaladeDiscoveryUnusualSea
Public : FamilySportsmenOccasional hikersAdolescents
The Gallo-Roman fishpond, classified as a historical monument, was used to catch fish and keep them fresh for market days or for the great Roman feasts. This is the best kept example of its type known to date in France.
The little extra after your walk : Picnic tables have been provided so that you may have lunch shaded by the pines trees gazing out towards the sea or pamper yourself at our spa located at les Issambres.
☞ Access : Arpillon Beach, San Peïre beach
☞ Parking : Arpillon Car park
☞ Directions : from the San Peïre beach go left, follow the coast and then take the narrow stone path , crossing the beaches and creeks.
Be careful as some passages may be slippery.
No sign posted
Access is regulated by the Var prefecture who publish a daily card
authorizing entry. www.var.pref.gouv.fr/massifs
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