Visit the Massif de l'Esterel by the sea with Top Charter ! Located in the southeast of the Var department, the rocky volcanic cliffs of the Esterel are a classified and protected site. Difficult to access, you can discover easily the creeks with a boat or a yacht. With or without skipper, rent a boat of our nautic base to visit this volcanic massif of south of France. Turquoise sea, small beaches, intimate and wild coves, welcome on board !

The Dramont cap : wild and panoramic site

Dramont cap near of saint Raphael


On a yacht, a motor boat or a sailing ship, discover this exceptional destination off Gulf of Saint Tropez and Saint Raphaël. The Dramont Cape is a real wild space with a rich provençale flora. When you climb up the Dramont, you can see a panoramic view of the coastline. Also you can see, facing to the Dramont Cap, a small island composed of porphyr (russet rocks) named l'île d'Or. From the top you will see the "Chaîne des Maures" and the russets rocky islets of Lion de mer and Lion de terre.

Legend says that these are the two islets which are the guardians of the bay of Saint Raphaël and the Frejus Golfe. On boat you can go around the cape and enjoy a succession of wild creeks.

Agay BayThe Agay Bay

Between the Dramont cap and la Baumette, Agay is a beautiful bay in the foothills of the Esterel massif. Loved by the sailors, Agay is a favorable place to sail. This seaside resort is near of Saint Raphael and Frejus and offers breathtaking landscapes.

Antheor beach : small and intimate creek

A family outing at sea ? Don't miss the Antheor beach ! In the Esterel massif, it's not rare to discover rocky beaches. Antheor beach is different beacause is a sandy beach which gives access to a beautiful turquoise water. This little peace of even belongs to Hyeres. Discover this creek during a private excursion on board with Top Charter !

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