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All reviews red rocks coastal road fantastic views saint raphael cote d'azur beautiful coast mediterranean sea one of a kind south of france fantastic place mountain biking loose rocks many places either direction cork oaks free parking parking lot
We got to the top in the car and the views overlooking the mountains and coast were spectacular. Ideal area for hiking and cycling and leisurely picnics. We were lucky enough to see a group of six wild boar.
Best part of visiting this part of France is exploring the various paths and trails of the massif. Words can’t do the terrain and views you’ll find here justice, you have to discover it yourself. Please do.
You’d have thought this gem would be invaded by tourists and locals alike. To the contrary, we hardly come across a few mountain bikers or trailers each time.
Lots of marked trails are available with stunning views of mountains and ocean.
This is a fabulous area around the back of Cannes and way beyond. There are many entry areas to the Parc. From Frejus we drove the DN7 then turned off of the D6007 at a small sign for the L'Estere just short of Mandelieu la...More
Sorry not an expert but the D559 is the coastal road, she is narrow, windy, one lane each way and I did it east to west but reverse would be better I think ? Easier to pull up at good points ? If the GP is on maybe... More
Sorry not an expert but the D559 is the coastal road, she is narrow, windy, one lane each way and I did it east to west but reverse would be better I think ? Easier to pull up at good points ? If the GP is on maybe head up into the Alps to Le Broc and bypass Monaco ? For the next 2 days depends on how far you intend but San Remo would be another good base ?
Happy Trails, Skeney.