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Semaphore

Sport, Pedestrian sports, Hiking itinerary in La Croix-Valmer
6.0 km
2h
Medium
  • Walk along the coastal path and the Port-Cros National Park at Gigaro to the semaphore via the Jovat Beach and Brouis Beach in the heart of the National Park

  • Follow the yellow markings. From Gigaro beach, at the entrance of the Domaine du Cap Lardier, take the coastal path all the way to the "Plage des Brouis", Pointe d’Andati and the Pins Blancs (long steep slope) towards "Le Vieux Sémaphore. Once at the tank, you will have reached your destination. Once past the tank, leave the Cap Lardier on your right and turn left to walk back down all the way to the vineyards. At the wooden barriers, follow the direction plage de Gigaro on your left. You...
    Follow the yellow markings. From Gigaro beach, at the entrance of the Domaine du Cap Lardier, take the coastal path all the way to the "Plage des Brouis", Pointe d’Andati and the Pins Blancs (long steep slope) towards "Le Vieux Sémaphore. Once at the tank, you will have reached your destination. Once past the tank, leave the Cap Lardier on your right and turn left to walk back down all the way to the vineyards. At the wooden barriers, follow the direction plage de Gigaro on your left. You will walk down a valley and arrive at a metal gate. Follow the path on the right-hand side of the gate and walk alongside the stream. Once you have reached the Route Forestière de Gigaro, turn right and head back to the entrance of the Domaine du Cap Lardier.
  • Departure
    La Croix-Valmer
  • Plain text period
    All year round.

    Subject to favorable weather.
  • Environment
    • In a nature reserve
    • Coastal
    • Beach within 300 m
    • Near shuttle stop
    • Close to a public transportation
    • Forest location
    • Sea view
    • Panoramic view
  • Documentation
    GPX / KML files allow you to export the trail of your hike to your GPS (or other navigation tool)
Services
  • Equipment
    • Public WC
    • Car park
    • Charging stations for electric vehicles
  • Services
    • Pets welcome
      • Dogs are allowed in the area of Cap Lardier but must be kept on a leash. They have the right to cross the beaches but cannot stay on them.
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