La Seyne-sur-Mer

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La Seyne-sur-Mer
Position: 43°06',024N - 5°053',008E

Discover La Seyne-sur-Mer

Set against a magnificent wooded backdrop, this endearing town overlooks the bay and city of Toulon on one side and the open Mediterranean Sea on the other. La Seyne-sur-Mer city center has a rich and diverse past: from the Provençal village to its 500-year tradition of naval construction such as the Fort Balaguier and the Fort Napoléon.

Be astounded by the famous "Deux Frères" rock from the largest beach of La Seyne and by the Corniche de Tamaris coast road which offers stunning views over the Bay of Toulon. Tamaris is a little seaside resort born in the 19th century out of the mad dream of Michel Pacha... with an exuberant, picturesque and exotic architecture. The beauty of the Sablettes isthmus, which closes the Bay of Toulon and forms the peninsula of Saint-Mandrier-sur-Mer, naturally made this site the venue for an attractive and well-to-do seaside resort in the late 19th century, featuring a Grand Hotel and Casino and lined with a long, pretty sandy beach, and home to the attractive Parc Fernand Braudel gardens.

La Seyne-sur-Mer is the perfect blend between magnificent and well-preserved landscapes, rich past and crystalline waters.

 

Port of La Seyne-sur-Mer 2019:

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