Hotel in the Center of Sainte-Maxime
Activities and agenda
Ah ... Bastida Maximae, his votive festival and legends of yesteryear! Today's pleasant family destination, this pretty little town, discreet and elegant, was born thanks to the Abbot François de Rivière (Prieur of the Abbey of Thoronet) who, to ensure the defense of the few inhabitants of the time against the Saracen and Corsair invasions, began the construction of a tower in 1520, the current Square Tower. On the oldest (1685) known Sainte-Maxime's map only appear the Tower and the church. The construction of the first pier of the port, in 1748, launched the development of the city and, since 1840, the cadastral plan shows the current Old Center. At the entrance of the Bay, its typical Provencal character, with its almond trees (imported at the beginning of the 16th century) and its plane trees, its colorful houses and its cobbled streets, its classified buildings and its walk where it is good to wander to smell the sea. sea air, gives it this side simply authentic and true. The mildness of its climate in winter and the almost permanent sun throughout the year allow it to offer a quantity and a quality of activities and leisure to its visitors, more and more important.
Samedi 16 et dimanche 17 avril 2016
Pour la huitième année consécutive, Sainte-Maxime sera le théâtre de l’ouverture de la saison nationale de Jet. La plage du centre ville accueillera la première épreuve du Championnat de France de Jet Vitesse !
From Bormes-les-mimosa to Grasse, travel 130 km and cover all the subtleties of the mimosa.
Symbol of the beauty of the Côte d'Azur in winter, the mimosa, this plant with very fragrant small flowers, tints the land of the country with a flamboyant yellow color from January to March.