Le Trayas, panoramic hike of Corniche d'Or
Le Trayas is a district of Saint-Raphaël located just before Théoule-sur-Mer, halfway between the Esterel massif and the Mediterranean sea. The Corniche d'or crosses this small village with a magnificent sea view!
The beaches and creeks of Trayas
The steep streets of the Trayas lead, on the heights, to one of the most beautiful panoramas of the region and the Corniche d'Or route will take you to Cannes along the seabed of extraordinary transparency. In addition, the largest protected maritime zone in France is located at Cap Roux.
Ideally located along the coast between Mandelieu-la-Napoule and downtown Saint-Raphaël, the Trayas district has the most beautiful wild coves on the Côte d'Azur. At the foot of the Esterel, a dozen creeks and small beaches follow one another in a wild setting that contrasts the red of the rocks, the green of the Mediterranean vegetation and the blue of the sea. Discover which ones:
Things to see and do
Trayas is also a leisure destination where you can enjoy a two-hour jet ski ride with a free cocktail. Stay at home or cruise at full speed on the sea with friends: the choice is quick!
The essential hikes
Come and discover the unmissable walks of the Trayas, between red rocks and turquoise blue water of our beautiful Mediterranean Sea. With its small train station located along the Corniche d'Or, you will have immediate access to these walks without taking your vehicle.