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Massif de l'Esterel

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Massif de l'Esterel

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Train Tour Through the French Riviera Colorado With Lunch

A unique historical trainline across the Esterel coastline (bridges, canyons, tunnels) with commentary on board<br>Breathtaking sceneries, off-the-beaten-tracks, with mountains, coves, beaches &amp; red cliffs.<br>Exceptional hikes to find natural landscapes &amp; water sports to discover idyllic spots<br>A great experience through the Esterel Mountains, the "French Riviera Colorado"<br>A typical local picnic lunch in an unusual place (or a delicious restaurant)<br>Local guide, professional and expert of this exceptional natural site.<br>Guided tours in small groups for a better quality of service (max. 12 pers.)
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LILY Voyages wrote a review Dec 2019
Algiers, Algeria538 contributions282 helpful votes
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Esterel lointain offers several hikes between the sea and the cliffs: "le chemin des douaniers" at Saint aygulf and "le sentier du litoral" which begins at the port of Santa Lucia in Saint Raphaël and ends at le "débarquement beach", some 4 km intermediate level. You can discover, along the way, beautiful coves where to swim in peace. sun block is required, good anti slip shoes, water and a towel and your camera of course, the shots are exceptional thanks to the red rocks color of the region. To go back, you can take the bus, it runs every hour, if too tired.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Baron von Badenthal wrote a review Aug 2019
19 contributions4 helpful votes
Saw lots just driving. Took the kids for a little hike near the top. Beautiful. Also saw wild boars, be careful they can be dangerous!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Paul B wrote a review Aug 2019
Brighton, United Kingdom1,479 contributions267 helpful votes
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Go and see for yourself, the Massif d’Esterel is criss crossed with waking/cycling routes. Stop off at the Tourist Information Office in Agay and grab a few walking route maps and then take off! Walking or cycling is the way. But beware, the roads to the top are narrow, vertiginous in parts with a fair few hairpins and the occasional crazy driver, although most people are conscious of the risk of certain death if they make a wrong move. Anyway, the effort is more than worth it, views and beauty are beyond words. Go up into the clouds.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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TonyC_Austin wrote a review Jul 2019
Austin, TX295 contributions87 helpful votes
We took the hike up the path to the top of the hill and got some great views of the rocks, harbors and surrounding towns. The path is steep and if you take it to the top, somewhat long.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Paul B wrote a review May 2019
Staffordshire, United Kingdom82 contributions18 helpful votes
We walk here often, between Theoule, Miramar, up to Col de Theoule, and visit Notre Dame Africa. There are so many routes that you could spend months exploring
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Date of experience: May 2019
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