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    Around Forêt de Janas Campsite…

    Forêt de Janas campsite in Seyne-sur-Mer boasts a fabulous location on the Mediterranean coast, at the crossroads of many of the region’s highlights. Perched on a peninsula in the midst of the forest, the campsite is part way between La Seyne sur Mer, Six-Fours les Plages and Saint Mandrier. A little further away, the town centre of Sanary and its pretty fishing port are a real must.

    Swimming and lounging about on beautiful Mediterranean beaches, water sports, discovering the inland cultural heritage, or strolling amidst the Provencal market stalls… the possibilities are endless!

    – Discover the region –

    PICK YOUR BEACH

    > The most easily accessible from the campsite: Fabregas beach (30 mins walk).
    > The most famous: Sablettes beach with its golden sand.
    > The most family-friendly: Verne beach, accessible along the coastal path.
    > The most unspoilt: Gabrielle beach (Six Fours) and Vernette beach (Seyne sur Mer).
    > The most beautiful panorama: Coucoussa cove. The path down to the beach is a little steep, but the panorama of the sea and coastline are absolutely stunning.

    THE BEST MARKETS

    > Seyne sur Mer town centre – Every morning from Tuesdays to Sundays
    This Provencal market offers a wide range of fresh fruit and vegetables, cheeses, cold meats, spices etc. as well as textile fabrics.

    > Brusc harbour at Six-Fours-les-Plages – Every Thursday morning
    A picturesque food market by the harbour.

    – Sightseeing in the region –

    THE ISLAND OF GAOU

    A stunning nature reserve.
    Only accessible on foot, the cliffs and crystal-clear waters are a paradise for holidaymakers looking to escape and unwind.

    THE PAUL RICARD FOUNDATION ISLANDS OF EMBIEZ AND BENDOR

    These private islands, bought by Paul Ricard, can be visited with one of the regular boat trips from Six-Fours Harbourmaster’s Office. On foot, by bike or on the little tourist train, the spectacular views of the island and its natural diversity are a unique experience…

    THE CAP SICIE RESERVE

    A protected natural area.
    In total, the reserve boasts 1600 ha of forest and many marked hiking trails offering 1 or 2 hour routes.

    SANARY

    With its pretty pedestrian streets, restaurants with terraces, harbour, and leisurely lifestyle. In the mornings, the fishermen come into harbour with their traditional catch.

    THE COASTAL PATH FROM SIX FOURS TO SEYNE

    Discover one of the most dizzying and breathtaking footpaths along the cliffs of the Var coastline.

    THE PROVENCAL VILLAGE OF OLLIOULES

    A medieval village dotted with flowers and olive trees, Ollioules has always loved combining tradition and modernity by celebrating its rich heritage and the know-how of its local artists and craftsmen.

    – Activities –

    FOR THE MORE SPORTY

    Windsurfing, paddle boarding, sea kayaking… Try them all out during your holiday!

    FOR SAILORS

    From boats not requiring licenses to skippered sailing boats, head out to sea or go on a scuba diving trip with Fabrégas Hippocampe Diving Club.

    FOR FAMILIES

    The treetop adventure park, Janas Adventure, offering trails through the trees for all levels and almost 100 different acrobatic challenges. Ziplines, nets, monkey bridges, foot bridges… two of the courses are even suitable for children from age 4.

    And also…

    Hiking, mountain biking, and sports trails through Janas forest.

    An original family activity:

    Climb on board the Aquavision. Rather like a glass submarine, it is a unique way of observing the marine wildlife around Cape Negro.

    To go even further afield…

    Sablettes Beach
    Brusc Harbour
    The islands of Porquerolles and Port Cros
    The Calanques de Cassis