List your property Owners
  • Start typing for suggestions...

Featured Properties

Contact Details:


Virginie Fontaine
58 Chemin des Restanques
La Seyne Sur Mer


Write a review

Price per night:

price from €60





Description for B&B:

We offer the option of a fixed-price dinner for €25 per person (€20 without wine or alcohol). Additionally, you have the opportunity to rent adult ATVs.

For those participating in the special Corsica stage, we provide breakfast starting from 6am for departures and a late evening meal after 22h for returnees.

Our rooms are equipped with WiFi, Freeview, and a DVD player. We also provide a free kitchen facility with a refrigerator, microwave, and hotplate.

Our location is conveniently close to downtown, the market, water shuttle, and bus stops.


Aucun avis pour l'instant Write a review



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
2 60 70 15


Swimming Pool
Animals Allowed


  • Calanques National Park: Located along the Mediterranean coast, Calanques National Park is a stunning natural attraction known for its rugged limestone cliffs, hidden coves, and crystal-clear turquoise waters. Visitors can enjoy hiking, rock climbing, swimming, and boating in this picturesque park.
  • Toulon Old Town: Situated just a short distance from your location, Toulon Old Town is a charming historic district with narrow cobblestone streets, colorful facades, and lively squares. It offers a delightful blend of shops, cafes, museums, and architectural treasures, including the Toulon Cathedral and the Opera House.
  • Six-Fours-les-Plages: A neighboring coastal town, Six-Fours-les-Plages boasts beautiful sandy beaches and a vibrant marina. Visitors can relax on the shores, engage in water sports activities, explore the charming town center, or enjoy a boat trip to the nearby island of Île des Embiez.
  • Musée National de la Marine: Located in Toulon, the National Maritime Museum is a fascinating attraction for maritime enthusiasts. It showcases an extensive collection of naval artifacts, ship models, historical exhibits, and interactive displays, providing an insight into France's maritime history.
  • Mont Faron: Rising above the city of Toulon, Mont Faron offers breathtaking panoramic views of the coast and surrounding landscapes. Visitors can reach the summit by cable car and explore the hilltop attractions, including a zoo, a military memorial, and various hiking trails.
  • Iles d'Or: The Iles d'Or, consisting of three beautiful islands - Porquerolles, Port-Cros, and Île du Levant - are located off the coast near Hyères. These islands offer unspoiled natural beauty, pristine beaches, hiking trails, and opportunities for snorkeling or diving in their protected marine areas.
  • Château d'If: Situated on the nearby island of If, Château d'If is a historic fortress that gained fame through Alexandre Dumas' novel "The Count of Monte Cristo." Visitors can take a short boat trip from the Old Port of Marseille to explore the fortress, its prison cells, and enjoy stunning views of the Mediterranean.
  • Corniche de Tamaris: A scenic coastal road that stretches along the shoreline, Corniche de Tamaris offers picturesque views of the sea and the surrounding landscapes. It is perfect for a leisurely drive or a relaxing walk, with plenty of viewpoints, beaches, and charming waterfront cafes along the way.
  • Provence Wine Route: La Seyne Sur Mer is ideally located near the famous Provence Wine Route. Wine enthusiasts can explore the nearby vineyards, visit wine estates, and indulge in wine tastings to experience the renowned wines of the region, such as Côtes de Provence and Bandol. 10. Marseille: Just a short drive away, the vibrant city of Marseille offers a multitude of attractions, including the historic Vieux Port, the iconic Notre-Dame de la Garde Basilica, the MuCEM (Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilizations), and the bustling neighborhoods of Le Panier and Cours Julien.

The nearest listings: