Sanary-sur-Mer

Sanary-sur-Mer is a seaside resort charm of the Côte d'Azur in France. Located in the Var region a few kilometers from Toulon, the town is popular for its beaches, its heritage, its port, its hinterland and especially for its pleasant environment perfectly suited to tourism relaxation, alone or with family. To see and do in Sanary-sur-Mer: It usually comes in Sanary-sur-Mer to enjoy the charm and sweetness of life in this quiet village on the Mediterranean. Many activities and event ideas are possible, usually around three main themes: Heritage and Culture; nature and outdoor activities; and beaches and water sports. Rich many centuries of history, Sanary-sur-Mer has an interesting architectural heritage with elements of the Middle Ages and several beautiful churches. Do not miss seeing the Romanesque tower built in 1300 and therefore one of the original buildings of the village development. Indeed, King René fortified in the 15th century this installation height 21m to 8m wide and installed a garrison. The tower lost its defensive role in the 18th century and is now at the heart of the city. It now houses the Museum Frédéric Dumas dedicated to scuba diving. The city has two remarkable churches. The Saint-Nazaire Church of the 19th century was built on the site of a Romanesque church of the 16th. May especially admire a magnificent organ and Byzantine frescoes recently acquired. The Chapel of Our Lady of Pity slightly outside of town overlooking the bay of Sanary. It dates from the 16th century and houses a collection of beautiful votive offerings. Cultural outings can also take the visitor to the theater about Galli