Cavalaire is the most southerly resort on the Cote Varoise and offers a fine sandy beach, 4km in length. It is located half-way between Le Lavandou and St-Tropez, set in the bay which bears the same name as the resort.
IN and AROUND CAVALAIRE: * Grasse French Capital of the Perfume industry. * The town of Frejus and its Roman Arenas. * The village of Aups, its gothic collegiale , sundials and fountains... * The Gorges of Verdon a mini version of the Colorado canyon... which marks the border between Provence and the Alps... * Port Grimaud, built on water in the same manner as Venice. * Saint-Tropez, its pretty port and citadel. * Iles d'Or: the islands of Port-Cros, Porquerolles and Levant...
With beautiful coastlines and charming resorts stretching over an impressive 120km from Toulon to the Franco-Italian border town of Menton, the worldwide renown and enduring appeal of France's Cote d'Azur is clear to see. This picturesque corner of France's southern coast boasts immaculate seascapes, picture-perfect blue skies and crystal clear waters,as well as sunny bays and lively marinas, and well-preserved villages where visitors can sample the laidback lifestyle of the Mediterranean. Anyone feeling slightly more energetic can make the most of the regions' expansive promenades and varied country footpaths - the perfect way to see the surrounding landscape and enjoy the warm weather. Visitors hoping to sample the region's vibrant and sophisticated nightlife should head to the larger towns and resorts of Cannes, Antibes, St-Tropez, and Nice - ideal for an evening or two of drinks and dancing, dinner, or simply watching the world go by. For visitors who prefer to take a slower pace on their summer holiday, the French Riviera's rural landscape is something of a hiddengem, with lakes and Alpine-esque pastures complete with hilltop villages seemingly just around the corner from the area's beaches but still tantalisingly untouched and tranquil. The Cote d'Azur is the perfect destination for visitors of all tastes and budgets - whether you're looking to soak up the sun on thesandy beaches or simply explore the region's varied landscape, there is definitely something for everyone.
France offers a bewildering array of food and wines from delicious regional specialties to exquisite haute cuisine. With over 340 sorts of cheese and 450 quality wines, there is always something new to discover in France.
Beyond gastronomy, from North to South France, sparkles with a rich cultural and historical heritage. Its many castles, churches, cathedrals and museums which are carefully preserved and restored makes it one the most sought after and enthralling destinations for holidaymakers from around the globe.
France takes prides in the rich and diverse tapestry of its magnificent landscapes which have been celebrated throughout the centuries by its many famous writers, poets and artists in words and creations so many of which have become part of the world's cultural heritage and still inspire today's travellers to discover it for themselves. Whether you are looking for a relaxing beach holiday or want to escape to the countryside, whether you wish to step back into history or are searching for an active sporting adventure, France will welcome you with open arms, seduce you with its warmth and entertain you with its wide range of attractions enabling you to achieve that perfect holiday.