Cavalaire is the most southerly resort on the Cote Varoise and offers a 4km-long, fine sandy beach. Located half-way between Le Lavandou and St-Tropez, Cavalaire is set in the bay which bears the same name as the resort. This family-friendly resort is an ideal base for exploring the surrouding area via the cycle paths and walking trails leading throygh the mimosa groves and pin forests.
OTHER ACTIVITIES A range of activities are available in the resort, including watersports such as sailing, wind-surfing, and water-skiing, scuba diving and tennis, as well as local nightclubs and a cinema and casino.
PRACTICAL INFORMATION Please note: the information provided here is intended for guidance purposes only and is not contractual. For the most recent and up to date resort information, please contact the local tourist office.
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