From Issambres to Trayas, the Var coastline beaches and coves await you. A journey of fifty kilometers highlighted in recent years by a digital route. Smartphone in hand, simply flash the QR Code on the “creeks and shores” signs dotted along the coast road. Thus, you’ll access a wealth of information on topics as diverse as fishing, ports, diving, nature, services, eco-actions not forgetting of course the beaches.
At Esterel Caravanning, you can imagine we know the coastline by heart. From Agay to Trayas take the Corniche d’Or which harbors glorious small coves, most of them secret and well worth finding. We obviously have our favorites and don’t mind revealing a few just for you.
The English cove
Just after the Rives d’Agay. This cove has lots of charm, enough space to place your towels for some serious sun bathing. The sea view is amazing. To the right of the cove you can reach other small individual bays, large enough to accommodate a family, accessible by a stairway.
Cove Ile des Vieilles
After the ‘Plage des Anglais’. You can park on the right side of the road. We love this cove with only the sea on the horizon. Sheltered, it offers a beautiful pebble beach. Easy access by stairs.
The small cove Caneiret
Just before the Cap Roux. Parking on a bend in the road. It is reached by a staircase of a hundred steps that seem to dive into the clear waters of the Mediterranean. Magic ! The beach is wide with a sandy part and another pebble part.
This is definitely our favorite. As its name suggests, this cove is at the foot of the rock Saint Barthelemy. An extraordinary setting indeed, it is reached by a steep staircase where a pebble beach on the crystal clear waters emerges gradually through the pines. Do not forget your mask and snorkel. You can observe many fish near the rocks. Parking on either side of the road.
This cove is part of the Corniche d’Or’s secret places. Its access is not easy to find and so much better! When you take the main avenue leading to the observation tower, a small path makes its way to the left. Follow this path that sinks in vegetation and down to the sea. After a few minutes, you arrive on a beautiful pebble beach sheltered by rocks. The waters are calm and the site is beautiful. The upward walk a little difficult. Large parking