The Historic and picturesque Provence style village of Roquebrune-sur-Argens (late 1200) is situated at about 10 minutes from the coastal villages as Les Issambres and Saint Aygulf. The last one connects on the coast with Frejus and Saint Raphaël, Les Issambres goes direction Sainte Maxime, Port Grimaud and Saint Tropez. All with the great atmosphere of the Cote d’Azur.
Roquebrune-sur-Argens is connected to the Argens river and has plenty of water sports activities, from kayaking to waterskiing, also due to the Lac Arena, situated just outside the old village. Roquebrune-sur-Argens thanks its namen due to the large ‘Roc’ / ‘mountain’ on the edge of the village. Here you can find spectacular hiking and mountain biking trails scattered all round. In the area you will find a beautifully situated 18-holes golf course, lots of Provencal vineyards, historic churches and museums so this is also a perfect spot to get some of the local culture. Furthermore, in the historic center of the village there is 2 x a week a Provençal market. Furthermore here are nice little restaurants and of course plenty of small shops.
Roquebrune is separated into 3 different area’s, La Bouverie, Le Village and Les Issambres.
La Bouverie is located in the Hills and is the most peaceful area, with plenty of trails, this is a perfect spot for nature lovers.
Le Village is the center of the old town, little streets and historic building are common here, you will find lots of markets and small shops but also churches and museums. Just outside the center is a large lake (Lac Arena) with all kinds of water sport and play activities for children.
Les Issambres is the coastal part, entirely bordering the coast, you will find plenty of beaches, both sand and rock. Les Issambres is also filled with restaurants and shops on the coastal walkway.