Roquebrune Rocks

When you are on the highway between Nice and Marseille, immediately after passing Puget sur Argens, on your left you will enjoy the magnificent views of the rocky mountains of Roquebrune.

The rocks aren’t of volcanic origin, but they’re part of the Massif des Maures, the deep red color, especially with the lights of the sunset, offers suggestive emotions, which together with the vegetation, river Argens and the lake, make this site a paradise for those who love walking, climbing, canoeing and many other sports.

Moreover, chestnut forests, trails, the house of the hermit and an unrivaled view make this place the remains in your memories. Accessible from Frejus, just follow the signs to Roquebrune sur Argens: not just arrived at the village signs abound. You have to remember that the Rocher should not be taken lightly and that appropriate clothing is recommended, especially during the colder months must cover themselves from the cold since the peak of the mountain where the final goal are the three crosses. From there, a magnificent view of Frejus and the Gulf of Saint Tropez awaits you.

Area: Saint-Tropez et les Maures
Altitude: 373 m (Rocks Peak)
How to reach: From the A8: exit the Muy Puget sur Argens. Take the N7 direction Roquebrune sur Argens, then the D7. After 1, 5 km to the level of the lake take the path of the Arena Municipal.
Close to: Roquebrune sur Argens (3 km),  Muy (13 km), Puget sur Argens (8 km)

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