Saint-Mandriere-sur-Mer is located on the peninsula of Saint-Mandre, in the city of Var. South of Toulon, the city borders on the Mediterranean Sea. The beauty of the region and the favorable climate make this place the most pleasant for relaxation, take a boat ride to discover the wonders of Hyeres a few miles away.
Saint-Mandriere harbor has over 300 mooring rings with 150 rings for visitors, and they offer many services. This marina is known for welcoming many beautiful sailing boats and yachts. Available at any hour of high tide.
From our base in Saint-Mandre-sur-Mer, Port-Pin-Rolland, on the western end of the Cote d'Azur, you will experience an inspirational voyage along the earliest western trade routes . From Marseille to Saint-Tropez, Ile d'Or and Calanca - there are magnificent beaches, magnificent flora and protected aquatic fauna.
Saint-Tropez has long been a favorite destination of artists, writers and celebrities. An early trading port, it became a fashionable resort in the 18th century due to its long golden beaches and nearby Provencal landscapes - and is still striving to please sophisticated French cuisine and designer shopping.
Saint-Mandriere offers an ideal starting point for exploring Toulon Bay, protected by westerly winds. You can also anchor a rented yacht in a bay . Many destinations are available to you. Head to the Or Islands: Porkerol, Port Kros and Hyeres Bay to discover beautiful anchorage and landscapes. Then you can go to the Rio archipelago.
Toulon is known for its fountains and the opera house. Murillon has sheltered sandy beaches and a cable car that rises to Mount Faron. You can visit the Museum of the French Navy and visit the oldest resort on the French Riviera.
A prerequisite for any cruise on the Cote d'Azur is the Hyères Islands . There you will find guarded anchorage, beautiful beaches with many opportunities for recreation and snorkeling, as well as the lighthouse of 1837.
From our two bases in Marseille (Port Corbières and Vieux Port - “Old Port”) you will find yourself in the heart of Provence and as close to the Calanques (rocky entrances) as possible. Marseille is easily accessible by plane; it has a rich marine and cultural heritage.
Kalanca National Park , created in 2012, is located between the cities of Marseille, Cassis and La Ciotat and covers about 11,100 hectares on land and more than 140,000 at sea.
Climate: The Mediterranean Sea can be divided into two large zones. To the west of Toulon, northwest winds prevail throughout the year. The Tramontan blows from the Pyrenees to Set, and the Mistral blows from the Valle du Rhone and may even reach Corsica and Sardinia. Summer breezes, which rarely exceed 15-20 knots from the south and southeast, are most common during the summer. Mistral is responsible for the exceptionally sunny conditions in the region . East of Toulon, the influence of Mistral is moderate. The southern and southeastern breezes leave the sea and rarely exceed more than 15 knots, occur around noon, and then calm down in the evening.
Sea and tides. A strong wave is observed from the west and south-west of Toulon, but much weaker to the east of Toulon. The water temperature in summer is ideal for all types of water sports. Tides less than 30 cm.
Winds: May to September is usually light on the east and west sides. Strong Northwest (Mistral - 2 or 3 days).
Charter a boat now in Saint-Mandri and discover its most beautiful anchorage!