What to see and do in Roquebrune-sur-Argens.

•  National Water-skiing Centre
•  Hiking on the Roquebrune Rock
•  Dolmen de la Gaillarde sur Mer
•  Saint Pierre Chapel
•  Vivier de la Gaillarde sur Mer
•  Saint Pierre – Saint Paul Church
•  Saint Michel Chapel
•  La Maison du Patrimoine
•  The Médiéval Relay
•  The Chocolate Museum
•  The Bagatelle Castle
•  The Blavet Gorges
•  La rue des Portiques
•  The 7 Fountains Way

Situation / Directions

From your camp site Esterel Caravanning it takes 30 minutes to get to Roquebrune sur Argens. When leaving Esterel Caravanning turn right direction Frejus – Saint Raphael. Once at Frejus take direction Puget sur Argens then Roquebrune.


At only 20 kilometres from Esterel Caravaning you’ll find the village of Roquebrune sur Argens. As well as its 300 sunny days a year the village offers the advantages of calm countryside and leisure activities all associated with the charm of its ancient village.

Spreading out all the way to the coast the Les Issambres district is a short journey away, Roquebrune sur Argens also has another district La Bouverie (mainly residential) all of this surrounded by vineyards from the Collet Redon and the Blavet hills. The old village built on a rock looks over all the plains. Roquebrune is rich with cultural patrimony and architecture and will thrill all the lovers of old stone buildings.