Located carefully between the Moorish Massif and the Estérel, the commune of Roquebrune-sur-Argens has all the characteristics of a village lost at the bottom of a green countryside. Its sunny climate most of the year gives it a warm and welcoming appearance in addition to its traditional coast. Ideal for your camping holiday with South East Holidays. Recognisable for its imposing ochre-coloured rock overlooking the Argens River, Roquebrune is indeed a charming medieval village. Moreover, being located at the foot of the Massif du Rocher de Roquebrune makes it an attractive tourist destination and the respective peculiarities of its 3 districts. From the South East Holiday campsite, you can access a superb panoramic view of the famous Roquebrune Rock. Just a mile away, you can reach the village in a 5-minute drive. Sports enthusiasts can access the top of the rock while architecture enthusiasts can discover the aqueduct of the 25 bridges or the charming alleys of the old town. Not to mention the Issambres and its 8 km of coves, beaches and coves. Whether mountain biking, walking or horseback riding, the marked trails form the arteries of the incredible nature of the village of Roquebrune-sur-Argens, both for experienced hikers and for lovers of green and rocky landscapes. With more than twenty hiking trails, discover the majestic Rock of Roquebrune, the Ponds of Villepey or the site of the 25 Bridges. If you are interested in climbing, the cliffs of the Blavet Gorge are ideal. If you like sports, you will have a wide choice of water sports, such as water skiing, jet skiing, sailing, scuba diving, even thalassotherapy, or even more "calm" disciplines such as golf and tennis. And don't miss the culinary detour to indulge in aromas and savor the remarkable local products, such as cheeses, nougats, honey and wines of Provence, and many others. All prepared with traditional know-how, a true cultural heritage.
The village of Roquebrune-sur-Argens is divided into three districts: the village, the Issambres (waterfront) and the Bouverie (north of the commune).