Agay hosts a number of different festivals, celebrations and fairs throughout the year ; The mimosa festival, the pilgrimage and Saint-Honorat’s day in may, Agay festival in july, the fishing festival, the provençal jousting tounament, regattas and petanque (or boules) competitions.
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LES BATEAUX DE SAINT-RAPHAEL
Boat trips to St Tropez,the Esterel coves, the islands of Ste Marguerite and Porquerolles.
Departures from AGAY (April to September) on booking & according to weather and from SAINT RAPHAËL.
Site : www.bateauxsaintraphael.com
Tél. 04 94 82 71 45 (Agay) – 04 94 95 17 46
Email. : firstname.lastname@example.org
A museum complex of a rare diversity.
Temporary exhibitions, guided tours, interactive tours, workshops, lectures, storytelling, treasure hunts, audio guides, mobile applications … Museums have evolved into spaces for discovery, conservation and sharing.
With nearly 80 museums, Le Var has a museum complex of a rare diversity.
From Roman antiquity to contemporary art, from maritime history to life in bauxite and copper mines, from scuba diving to popular arts and traditions, their collections trace the history of the Var, Land between Provence and Côte d’Azur. Do not hesitate to cross their thresholds, they abound of small and great treasures that it is absolutely necessary to discover. Here is a list
Close to the residence, you can buy fresh and wild fish directly from the fisherman at Agay’s harbour.
Frédéric proposes you according to the arrival: Whiting, sea bream, monkfish, langoustine, lobster, mostelle, swordfish, red mullet, squid, ..
A whole range of fresh fish from the Mediterranean in the protected area of the Esterel.
Fished in the coastal zone, respecting the tradition with the net, the longline, to guarantee you a product of first freshness as soon as return to the harbor.
For more information, contact him at 06 82 93 86 05
The castle of La Napoule. Discovered by the Romans more than 2000 years ago, it is in the medieval period that the family of Villeneuve erected on the site a fortress that was destroyed and rebuilt several times over the course of history. It was not until 1918 that a couple of American artists and patrons acquired the ruins of the fortress and decided to rebuild it. The Art Association of La Napoule Memorial Henry Clews made the castle a place of international cultural exchange Including the organization of exhibitions, concerts and shows, as well as a residency program for artists (plastic artists, composers, writers). Informations