We also came across this windmill near Ramatuelle from the eighteenth century.
View from the mountain down to the sea.
The next day we went to the small village of Port Grimaud, the Venice of the French Riviera.
St.Tropez, one of the most famous resorts of the French Riviera.
The old port of St. Tropez, great for a walk at night and to have an aperitif in one of the cafés located in front of the yachts, a classic being Senequier.
The streets are charming around the square near to the port and there is a famous market on Sunday morning on La Place des Lices where they sell food and clothing items.
After visiting the market stop by Le Cafe for lunch.
Sanary “Ville fleurie”
Cassis owes its name to a mulberry-like plant that produces a distinctive liquor, used in the classic Kir.
And if you do not have vertigo you must drive from Cassis along the legendary corniches that span in both directions along the coast. The views are spectacular.