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  • David
    Lille, France1,818 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Amazing landscape. There are stops along the road to admire the view even if you don't have scope to go for a longer hike. Worth seeing.
    Written April 4, 2024
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  • Philippe_DC
    Washington DC, DC190 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We have done several times the beautiful Esterel, but had not gone down to the many small beaches at the stops. This calanque at the exit of Antheor was the best one.
    Gorgeous views of the red rocks over the pristine blue waters. Well protected cove. Very romantic.
    Written August 10, 2022
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  • Daniël Smit
    1 contribution
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Agay is a village with a few hundred inhabitants in the French municipality of Saint-Raphaël.
    It’s a small seaside resort, located on the Bay of Agay and the foot of Rastel d’Agay, one of the peaks of the Esterel massif

    The beach is great and the sea is clear. It’s located in the southern-france between Saint-Tropez and Cannes. They’ve enough showers and beach beds to lay on. The sea is clear with no garbage in it. You can even snorkel to see the beautiful fish around. The weather is always good marking it perfect to go to the beach.

    It’s hard to find a place to park your car. Near the beach are parking lots, but they’re always full with other cars. It’s a very well-known place and that's the reason why it’s very busy.

    There are great restaurants nearby. It is a great place and perfectly located for the catering industry, you can find everything here. Also in the city’s nearby, what is only 5 to 10 minutes driving are fantastic restaurant to find. It’s specialised in sea food, for example mussels.

    This place is definitely recommended, I will certainly go here more often.
    Written October 13, 2019
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  • traveller1959
    Düsseldorf, Germany3,157 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    This beach is an alternative to the main beach of Agay. Baumette is sandy, so ideal for children, and rimmed with red rocks which provide good opportunities for snorkeling. After a storm, great amounts of seaweed accumulate on this beach which are often not immediately removed. The clearliness of the water depends on weather conditions. If you want crystal clear waters even if the sea is a bit agitated, better drive into on of the calanques further east of Agay.
    Written October 6, 2021
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  • traveller1959
    Düsseldorf, Germany3,157 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    This cove is one of the calanques between Agay and Le Trayas. All these calanques have gravel beaches which are rimmed by dramatic red rocks - spectacular sights with the blue water, blue sky, green macchia and red rocks. Crystal clear water, full of fish. Quite protected in case of wind and waves. However, Abel Baliff is not my favourite calanque, mainly because of the large concrete blocks which have fallen down on the beach. There are other, more eastern calanques which look even more dramatic and more natural.
    Written October 6, 2021
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  • Skiboy 20/20
    Kent, UK259 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    A beautiful beach, just outside the town of St.Raphael. The location is the small village of Agay. The area is not too busy and the beach is beautiful and clean with very shallow warm water, ideal for the kids. The beach is not huge, quite narrow but arrive early and you should find a space. Thoroughly enjoyed this beach and very relaxing. Small bar nearby and parking facilities. Recommended.
    Written August 1, 2022
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  • traveller1959
    Düsseldorf, Germany3,157 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    First of all, the length of the trail is 8.6 km (5.4 miles) with an incline of 300 metres (1,000 feet). On a hot day, it is pretty strenous, especially since the trail is rather steep and stony. There is not much shade, you are exposed to the sun most of the time.

    Second, you go the same way back, it is not a loop trail.

    Third, the view stays the same throughout the trail: you look over the bay of Agay.

    This all said, the trail is not bad, offering spectacular views. But there are trails which are more interesting in the area, which are shorter and less strenous, which offer more shade from the trees, which offer better and more diverse views and which are generally more interesting, e.g.

    - the trails around Cap Dramont along the coast and up to the Semaphore and the old battery (between Plage du Camp Long and Plage du Debarquement)

    - the trails in the back of the Rastel from Gratadis through the Mal Infernet canyon and through the mountains

    - the trail from Le Dramont along the quarries and up the mountain
    Written October 6, 2021
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  • traveller1959
    Düsseldorf, Germany3,157 contributions
    2.0 of 5 bubbles
    This small beach is in easy reach from Cap Esterel, the Pierre et Vacances hotel complex. For other swimmers, I would not recommend this beach. It is tiny and you have a concrete wall and the busy coastal road directly in your back. So, it is noisy and also quite dangerous to cross the road. The beach is sandy and cleaned every morning. The small cove is rimmed with the red rocks which are typical for the Esterel mountains. Water quality is okay, but there are many better beaches in the area.
    Written October 6, 2021
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  • Frank S
    Braunschweig, Germany39 contributions
    1.0 of 5 bubbles
    20 min walking from parking to golf reception. No signs how to get there.
    No service! We stopped playing. Most facilities in bad shape
    Written July 20, 2020
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  • Xaxiel
    Herne, Belgium4 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We've booked a 2-hour guided tour with Cap-Sea and were guided by Christelle. It was a very nice experience and they were really helpfull with our daughter who is in a wheel chair, which is not always an easy experience to load a wheel chair user into a boat and not all companies are happy to do so. But Christelle and Thibault are such nice people and they do their job with a big smile. So if you're hesitating in which offer to choose for a nice boat trip, don't hesitate and book with Cap-Sea.
    Written August 30, 2021
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