Les Issambres is a quiet coastal town on the Cote d'Azur in the department of Var. Picturesque rocky and sandy beaches, partly surrounded by shady pine trees, characterize the coastal sections of this region. The kilometer-long beach sections invite to long beach walks. For culinary delights in Les Issambres provides a selection of good restaurants.

 In addition to Les Issambres, the Cote d'Azur has many other beautiful cities to offer. So are trips to Sainte Maxime, St. Tropez, Grimaud, Port Grimaud or Cannes interesting.

Sainte Maxime is just 5 km from Les Issambres. Here you can look at the elegant yachts in the harbor or treat yourself to one of the numerous restaurant terraces. Sports enthusiasts will not be disappointed thanks to many water sports facilities.

 Those who like to make the night a day, is in about 25 km from Saint Tropez just right. There is no shortage of posh nightclubs and bars here. The former small fishing village is now one of the most famous and popular resorts on the Cote d'Azur. It is famous for its huge marina and the largest sandy beach on the Cote d'Azur, the so-called Baie de Pampelonne.

 For those who still have not seen enough, a trip to about 50 km away Cannes offers. The third largest city in the region offers a variety of tourist and cultural activities. There are excellent restaurants, colorful casinos and a historic city center.

In Les Issambres there are no skyscrapers and no mass tourism. LI is the seaside village of Roquebrune. It was known before the Second World War by its now-defunct theater and its shady pine-covered beaches. The family of politician Franz Josef Strauss had been here since the 60s, a holiday home. After the death of the father, the daughter Monika Hohlmeier inherited the property.

Les Issambres, still a secret !! Former Chancellor Kohl met with friends in the former castle hotel Sainte Elme in LI.
The jeweler Wempe from Hamburg owns his castle estate here.
Even Prince Edward from England appreciated this place for a short break.