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Saint-Raphaël, gentle and sumptuous

Between the Mediterranean and the limestone Provence, Saint Raphaël is a town with many facets. First of all, the natural environment is exceptional. All along its 36 km of coastline, between fine sandy beaches, creeks cut by the famous red rocks, fragrant paths of the Estérel, a volcanic massif of 32,000 hectares, and hundred-year-old pine forests, nature is a constant source of wonder. Saint Raphaël is also characterised by its historic town centre where small pedestrian streets and buildings from the beginning of the 12th century have been preserved. The old quarter is bordered by modern districts with a wide range of infrastructures offering numerous possibilities for activities throughout the year. The city is in turn : France Nautical resort, diving resort, golf resort, Esterel resort or games town, but also a town of business tourism with its Convention Centre and a town of festivals and events. The mild climate makes it a particularly welcoming destination that appeals to all profiles, from the most sporty to those who enjoy lazing around.

Buying a second home in 


The Côte d'Azur, which has undeniable assets, continues to attract people and will do so for many years to come! The town of Saint Raphaël is no exception to the rule and is attracting a great deal of interest from French and foreign buyers alike. A town on a human scale, the property market is attractive and dynamic! As everywhere in France since the Covid crisis, the demand for detached villas or bungalows with gardens is exploding. However, no district stands out from the rest, as each district has its own assets. Buyers who prefer the hustle and bustle of the city and the coast will undoubtedly opt for a property in the Valescure sector. Buyers looking for peace and quiet and a natural setting will opt for the inland areas. At present, the average price per square metre is €4,569 in Saint-Raphaël (with a low price of €3,731 and a high price of €5,568).

The advantages 

of Saint-Raphaël

Immediate proximity to the beach






Sailing Club

Diving club



Swimming pool


Going to 


By car

  • 8 hours from Paris
  • 1h15 from Marseille
  • 4h from Lyon

By train

  • Saint-Raphaël Valescure TGV station
  • 4h43 shortest journey from Paris
  • Departure from Paris Gare de Lyon station

By air

  • Cannes-Mandelieu airport, 36 km from Saint-Raphaël



 activities to do in 


  1. Hike the 45 km of footpaths in the colourful Esterel massif 
  2. Stroll through the old town where there is a daily flower and vegetable market
  3. Put your towel down on one of the fine sand or pebble beaches, wild and magnificent little creeks... 
  4. Dive to explore Roman wrecks and discover the underwater world 
  5. Improve your swing at one of the golf courses in Saint-Raphaël, a golfer's paradise 
  6. Embark from the port of Saint-Raphaël to discover Cap Taillat, a lagoon with turquoise waters 
  7. Visit the wine estates around Saint-Raphaël, some of which are world-renowned
  8. Take advantage of the water to practice light sailing in training courses or for hire 
  9. Discover the Provençal hinterland, particularly the Pays de Fayence and its cultural heritage 
  10. Head to Lake Saint-Cassien for a relaxing and refreshing paddle or kayak session

Discover the good addresses 

of Saint-Raphaël

La Terrasse aux Roches Rouges

A unique and magical place within a hotel "with its feet in the water". In this Michelin-starred restaurant with a Californian atmosphere, you can enjoy traditional Provençal cuisine with the Ile d'Or in view.

90 Bd de la 36ème division du Texas, 83530 Saint-Raphaël


Le Bouchon Provençal

A small neighbourhood restaurant in the old town of Saint-Raphaël where you can enjoy traditional French cuisine and laughter.

59 Rue de la Vieille Église, 83700 Saint-Raphaël



Homemade cuisine inspired by local ingredients for a moment of pleasure and sharing in a groovy musical atmosphere.

12 Rue Charabois, 83700 Saint-Raphaël


Ticket Coffee

A comfortable atmosphere for a coffee break, breakfast or a more elaborate brunch!

95 Av. Victor Hugo, 83700 Saint-Raphaël