Located on the coast of Provence, a stone's throw from the port of Sanary, Six-Fours-les-Plages invites you to unleash your desires between the sea and the forest. 18 kilometres of coastline alternating between beaches, secret coves, the Embiez archipelago, fishing ports and marinas, 1,000 hectares of preserved forest, old stones and a rich heritage... are all available to you for an unforgettable holiday. On the heights of Cap Sicié, Notre-Dame-du-Mai - a chapel built in 1653 - has an unobstructed view of the whole region and the sea. The Saint-Pierre collegiate church, a vestige of the old village, overlooks the town centre and the Toulon harbour. In a field of olive trees bordered by cypresses, the pre-Romanesque chapel of Pépiole - 6th century - is hidden. Visit the village of Le Brusc, where its port rocks the "pointus" of the fishermen. At sunset, while strolling along the lagoon, on the road to the Gaou Island, stop for a moment and listen: perhaps you will hear voices from elsewhere... "Les Voix du Gaou", an essential festival of contemporary music - second half of July. Embark on a trip to the island of Les Embiez, an exceptional marina, a balneotherapy centre and a scuba diving paradise.