As easy to access by air as by car or train, Saint-Laurent-du-Var offers its visitors the charm of a genuine village and the buzz of a Registered Tourist Resort, firmly oriented towards the Mediterranean and its pleasures.
Sights : The old town, its 11th-century Romanesque church and the various exhibitions of the Old Village Preservation Committee. Local history is also about citrus growing and gardening.
From the Esplanade des Goëlands, linking the Cap 3000 shopping centre (more than 160 well-known shops and restaurants) to the Promenade des Flots Bleus going to the marina, walkers can enjoy a completely pedestrian zone by the seaside, with the buzz of restaurants, pubs and clubs, night and day. On 2km of public and private beaches you can also surf, windsurf, water-ski, sail a catamaran, parasail, dive, fish ...
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