Randonnée de la Garde-Freinet au Plan-de-la-Tour

Path from Garde-Freinet to Plan-de-la-Tour via La Mourre

Sport, Pedestrian sports, Hiking itinerary in La Garde-Freinet
19.5 km
6h 15min
Medium
  • From Garde-Freinet to Plan-de-la-Tour

  • Through plains and hills, discover a wide variety of natural areas
    of the Maures massif.
    Enjoy panoramic views over the massif and the plains of La Garde-Freinet
    Garde-Freinet, Plan de la Tour and Sainte-Maxime, with the Estére massif
    backdrop of the Estérel massif and the Mediterranean.
    Set off to discover the unsuspected forests that make up this walkable
    This trail can be explored on foot or by bike.
    As the seasons change, enjoy the light scents of maritime pines, the fruity...
    Through plains and hills, discover a wide variety of natural areas
    of the Maures massif.
    Enjoy panoramic views over the massif and the plains of La Garde-Freinet
    Garde-Freinet, Plan de la Tour and Sainte-Maxime, with the Estére massif
    backdrop of the Estérel massif and the Mediterranean.
    Set off to discover the unsuspected forests that make up this walkable
    This trail can be explored on foot or by bike.
    As the seasons change, enjoy the light scents of maritime pines, the fruity broom
    broom or the intense scent of rockrose.
    The cork oaks and chestnut trees lead the way. The low-lying or
    of the maquis guide your steps and offer an intimate path.
    The procession of heather, arbutus and filaria form small, regular hedges
    regular hedges, allowing you to enjoy the view of the forest, the hills and the
    of the massif.

    From Plan-de-la-Tour to the summit of San Peïre
    Discover giant blocks of grey granite, planted as if in the middle of an oak forest.
    in the middle of a forest of majestic cork oaks. The vegetation and the rock
    called "Granite du Plan de la Tour", create a landscape straight out of
    from another time.
    This path leads to the summit of San Peïre, where an exceptional view awaits you, taking in the Mediterranean, the Gulf of Saint-Tropez, the Maures and Estérel mountain ranges, and the foothills of the Alps.

    Did you know?
    From 500 BC until the Middle Ages, the San Peïre oppidum, where Man settled, was a lookout point for enemy attacks. The surrounding walls were built of stacked stones three to four metres high, with a very wide base. The ruins are still visible today.
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