Tourism: a hike between land and sea at Cap Dramont



Tourism: a hike between land and sea at Cap Dramont

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V.Varin, E.Jacquet, N.Brancato, Drone images: Estérel Côte d’Azur – France 3

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At Cap Dramont, in Saint-Raphaël, in the Var, hikers discover secret places and can also swim in hidden spots.

In Saint-Raphaël, Cap Dramont (Var) can be discovered by hiking trails. Some lucky people have the opportunity, after a few strokes of swimming, to discover secret places. “We take people to bathe in the most hidden or inaccessible spots in normal times. Caves, natural pools, secret coves… We take them to discover an extraordinary panorama“, explains Cédric Davin, guide and manager of Rand’eau.

At each stage, hikers always have the choice to jump or not. The course does not require any particular physical capacity, and it has been designed to respect the fauna and flora. To discover Cap Dramont, which offers a magical landscape between land and sea, you will have to pay between 10 and 15 euros. The hike is offered until September.

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