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Denise Di Mauro
1540 Fontanieu
La Cadière D'azur


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Experience the ultimate relaxation with our rustic vacation accommodations, offering unmatched comfort in a serene setting.


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To reach your destination, follow these travel directions: Take the A50 motorway and exit at junction 11. Follow the signs for Castellet on the direction map, passing through the village and heading towards near Bandol. Take a sharp right turn onto the road labeled "way to Fontanieu" (you will go under a tunnel made of corrugated iron). Continue for 500 meters until you reach 1540, where you have arrived.



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  • Le Castellet Village: Located just a few kilometers from La Cadière D'azur, Le Castellet is a charming medieval village perched on a hilltop. It is known for its narrow streets, ancient stone houses, and stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Visitors can explore the village's shops, art galleries, and cafes, or simply wander through its picturesque streets.
  • Bandol: A coastal town situated on the Mediterranean Sea, Bandol is renowned for its beautiful beaches and vibrant harbor. Visitors can relax on the sandy shores, indulge in water sports, or enjoy a stroll along the promenade lined with palm trees. Bandol is also famous for its vineyards, producing some of the finest wines in the region.
  • Calanques National Park: Located a short distance from La Cadière D'azur, Calanques National Park is a natural wonderland stretching along the Mediterranean coast. It features a series of dramatic limestone cliffs, hidden coves, and crystal-clear turquoise waters. Visitors can hike or take boat trips to explore the park's breathtaking landscapes and discover secluded beaches.
  • Circuit Paul Ricard: Motorsport enthusiasts will appreciate a visit to the Circuit Paul Ricard. This renowned racetrack, located near Le Castellet, has hosted numerous Formula 1 races and other motorsport events. Visitors can attend races or take guided tours of the facilities, including the paddocks, control tower, and pit lane.
  • Toulon: The city of Toulon is a bustling port town with a rich maritime heritage. It offers a blend of historical sites, modern attractions, and a lively atmosphere. Highlights include the historic Old Town, the Toulon Opera House, the Naval Museum, and the vibrant waterfront lined with shops, restaurants, and cafes.
  • Cassis: Situated along the Mediterranean coast, Cassis is a picturesque fishing village known for its colorful harbor and charming streets. Visitors can take boat trips to explore the stunning Calanques, enjoy fresh seafood at waterfront restaurants, or simply relax on the sandy beaches. Cassis is also famous for its white limestone cliffs, which offer excellent opportunities for hiking and rock climbing.
  • Marseille: As France's second-largest city, Marseille offers a diverse range of attractions. This vibrant port city boasts a rich history, as evidenced by its ancient Greek and Roman ruins, such as the Basilique Notre-Dame de la Garde and the Marseille Cathedral. Visitors can explore the bustling Vieux Port, visit the Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilizations (MuCEM), or enjoy a stroll along the picturesque Corniche coastline.
  • Aix-en-Provence: Located within a short driving distance, Aix-en-Provence is a charming town famous for its elegant boulevards, beautiful fountains, and historical landmarks. Visitors can wander through the narrow streets lined with boutiques and cafes, visit the Cours Mirabeau, explore the colorful markets, or admire the stunning architecture of the Cathédrale Saint-Sauveur.
  • Hyères: Known for its idyllic beaches, palm-lined streets, and historical sites, Hyères is a popular tourist destination. The town offers a mix of natural beauty and cultural heritage, with attractions including the Hyères Old Town, the Villa Noailles (an iconic modernist building), and the Giens Peninsula, which is perfect for hiking and water sports. 10. Le Lavandou: Situated along the Mediterranean coast, Le Lavandou is a charming seaside resort town known for its sandy beaches, crystal-clear waters, and vibrant atmosphere. Visitors can relax on the picturesque beaches, explore the town's shops and restaurants, or take boat trips to nearby islands such as Porquerolles and Port-Cros, known for their pristine natural beauty.

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