On the sandy beaches or in the most secret coves. Every day discover a new decor by straying off the trails.
In Les Issambres, all roads lead to the sea!
With its restaurants overlooking the sea, the accessible beach of San Peïre has carried the Handiplage seal of approval since 2016.
It is also lifeguarded, as is the beach of La Gaillarde.
Fish specialities, traditional Provençal dishes (to eat in or take out).
All the restaurant-bars in Les Issambres are on the sea front or directly on the beach, with the option to rent mats and sunshades.
Quench your thirst…
With a delicious cocktail or an ice cream on the terrace.
You’re already there… relaxed and your children’s faces are beaming!
At the Thalasso centre in Les Issambres.
Let yourself be lulled by the natural sea water, drawn from 300 metres offshore and rich in trace elements: hydromassage bath, jet showers, affusion massage, seawater pool and much more besides.
In the water, on the beach and in the air!
An exceptional choice of unusual activities is offered to you: jet skiing, water skiing, parasailing, seakarting, diving, paddleboarding, sailboat excursions, boat rentals, sea kayaking, pedalos, etc…
The treasures of the coastal paths.. As you explore, you’ll be enchanted by all the surprises that await you.
Colours and fragrances galore, wildlife and vegetation… As for the many restaurants, don’t take our word for it… spend an evening there and see for yourself!
Take the coastal path from the supermarket at San Peïre and head towards Saint Aygulf for about 12 km. An excursion of more or less 4 hours.
This path is not accessible with a pushchair. Wear a sunhat and trainers, and take a bottle of water and an energy snack with you.
Organised excursions by reservation in the summer with a naturalist, who is both a passionate and fascinating guide.
Contact the Tourist Office.
The Handiplage (beach accessible to people with disabilities) in Les Issambres opened in 2016 with a quality rating of 3 “stars” (out of a maximum of 4) awarded by the Association Nationale Handiplage.
A few figures: 177 people accessed the water in 2016 and over 300 in 2017 ! Some thirty council staff are actively involved in this community project, helping people with disabilities or with mobility problems to get around using special equipment.
Events are frequently organised on site to further improve our capacity for “living together”