This road, built at the beginning of the 20th century to connect the Var to the Alpes-Maritimes, was already used by the Romans some 2000 years ago. It seems to be tightrope walking between the rocks of the Esterel massif and the dark blue Mediterranean Sea. This winding road, also called the « Corniche d'Or », will take you through astonishing landscapes with beaches hidden in small creeks. The Golden Island offshore and its tower were of inspiration to Hergé when he wrote The Black Island, as part of the adventures of Tintin.Visitez le site web
At the foot of the Maures massif, 10 minutes away from the fine sand beaches and the unspoiled creeks of Les Issambres, you can fully enjoy all the region has to offer. From picturesque villages to breathtaking landscapes, from sports activities on land or sea to cultural visits: Le Jas du Pébrier is the perfect starting point for an unforgettable and enchanting stay.