A TENNIS CLUB AT THE BOTTOM OF THE ROAD
300 yards away there is our very own Tennis Club. 2 Rolland Garros-style dirt courts, 13 asphalt and 3 padel courts are available from 7am til 10pm. The tennis club organises courses for youngsters on school holidays.
The beach and the sea
You’ll be a mere 500 yard stroll away from the “golden triangle” of Les Lecques. At the bottom of the road, you’ll find the beach awarded “most beautiful bay in the world” in 2019. In Les Lecques, you’ll find fabulous restaurants, a surf club, a jet skiing, flyboarding, beach restaurants and even some secret spots that we’ll share with you when you arrive…
If your children ever got bored with our lovely 6x6m pool, the footsy table and the countless boardgames, we guarantee they’ll be forever grateful to you if you take them to Aqualand! The good news is, it’s only 2 minutes drive away!
In Bandol there’s a gorgeous zoo for youngsters. If you every had the misfortune of a rainy day, you can take your kids to the bowling alley, cinema, laser games, escape games, and indoor football less than 10 mins away.
the most colorful villages in provence
St Cyr sur Mer with its own Statue of Liberty, Le Castellet (medival village atop a hill), La Cadière d’Azur, Cassis (our own Portofino), Bandol, Sanary, La Ciotat… so many places to visit with gorgeous restaurants and luxury boutiques. Don’t miss Marseille and Toulon either, they’re worth the detour.
Join the party! Boulègue Cadière organises every Thursday les “Jeudis de l’électro” : music, food trucks and good vibes. Enfusta SanCeri is another collective that organises open air DJ sets in some of the best venues (vineyards, beachfront…). Check them out all summer!
Take time to unwind during your holiday and discover the exquisite treks and hikes available on your doorstep. Walking is probably the best way to appreciate slow life, but you can also borrow one of our bikes to get around.
On the littel port of La Madrague, Henri, Brigitte and their son Jonathan will prepare fresh fish and the daily plat du jour all year round. They also make excellent pizza that you can take away. You’ll want to make a booking, most of the time, Chez Henri is packed with locals.
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays are Market days in St Cyr sur Mer (Sunday being the biggest). Alternatively you can go to the market in Sanary and Bandol that are open every morning.
In the hinterland, in the village of Le Brulat, we’ve found an amazing gourmet restaurant that prepares fresh food (even the bread is homemade). You’ll love the owners and the chefs who are Australian and English. You might even bump into a racing driver there…