The French Riviera is very well known for its glamorous cities like Cannes,Nice and Monaco; its hill-perched villages like Saint Paul de Vence or Eze , but if you know them already and you wish to see something different,and above all want to avoid overcrowded spots , here are a few places ,not very well know but so quiet ,even during the very high season ( July and August ) ,you don't feel at all you are in during the very busy months of July ( I've taken these pictures last week,at the end of July ) just 30 miles from the seaside ! Walk This Way ! I left the village of Les Issambres ,just by the sea, in a place which is overlooking the Gulf of Saint Tropez (where I stayed for a week ) and I've made it within a half day!
Private Guided Tours In Provence By Driver-Guide-France .
The Gulf of Saint Tropez Seen From My Apartment at Les Issambres !
The Medieval Village of Les Arcs en Provence.
Between Le Muy and Les Arcs Stop at Ste Roseline Chapel,It Shelters a Mosaic By Chagall !
A NOT TO BE MISSED : A Local Winery ( Rosé Wines ) : Chateau Saint Martin at Taradeau.
Near The Village of Taradeau the medieval watch Tower : La Tour du Taradel !
The Bridge Upon The Naturby River.
The ClockTower at Draguignan.
The City of Draguignan and St Michel Church Seen From The Clock Tower.
Draguignan:The American Cemetery 861 Graves of American Soldiers who fell in Provence (Aug. 1944)
La Pierre de la Fée ( The Stone of the Fair ) : A 5000-year Old Dolmen at Draguignan.
Roquebrune sur Argens : Chapel Saint Pierre 11th C.