“Agay is a paradise where even the dust is fragrant.” – Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
Agay, located in one of the most beautiful bays of the coast between Cape Dramont and the tip of the Baumette, is the natural gateway to theEsterel. It offers three sandy beaches and a landscaped terrace with access to the sea by the rocks area. Very sheltered, she was popular browsers (Agay signifie “favorable” en grec).
With the arrival of the railway in 1860, many artists call at Agay : the painter Louis Valtat, the composer Vincent d'Indy, writers Guy de Maupassant and Maurice Donnay stayed there and Saint-Exupéry (Do not miss the Fountain for the Little Prince, erected in his honor). Albert Cohen situated therein a part of the action Belle du Seigneur.
Sheltered between Cape Dramont and the tip of the Baumette, the Agay is a natural gateway to the mountains of theEsterel.
Its configuration is also very appreciated by browsers (Agay also means "favorable" in Greek). You will appreciate its three sandy beaches, the summit of its red rocks and Rastel, dominant la rade et offrant un panorama à couper le souffle.
Agay also has a small port area 166 places, So few are available for home, and a berthing space organized.
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