Mandelieu-La Napoule will be the essential summer 2023 destination on the Côte d’Azur. In fact, 3 new beach restaurants (Playa Chica, Cala Mia and Baia Plage) will open in the spring with a chic Bohemian air.
The opportunity to intersperse your holidays with relaxing days, full of elegance and gentility on the revamped beaches opposite the gulf of La Napoule, whether as a family or with friends.
These new establishments are enriching a changing hotel offer, thanks to the last summer’s opening of the Casarose and the Ilot de Golf, hotels located on the banks of the little river, La Siagne, and to the upgrade of the Mercure Mandelieu and the Zénitude hotel apartment complex.
New nautical leisure activities are also being rolled out in Mandelieu: electric OverBoat, electric E-foil, and small electric boats on the river!
You can also practice some thirty nautical leisure activities that start on the beaches of Mandelieu; everything you need to create memories and sensation!
Whether at sea or on the Siagne, you can hire a boat all year round in Mandelieu. The most prestigious brokers are installed in the Ports of Mandelieu, as are boat rental agencies for all budgets. The opportunity for a wonderful trip on the Mediterranean with friends or family.
La Napoule is the historic district of Mandelieu. Of course, this is where you’ll find the Château de La Napoule – a spot not to be missed on the Côte d’Azur – also known as the Lover’s Château, opposite the Mediterranean. It’s remarkable garden and its Artists’ Residence are to be discovered by art lovers.
The Villa Le Logis d’Azur will offer an exhibition of remarkable works (free entry), and the streets will come to life every Friday with the creators’ market! Not to mention the absolute charm of the small squares opposite the chateau!
A pastoral location where you can read, reflect, stroll, share afternoons on the terraces of the open air cafés, play sport, share a game of pétanque, watch the natural world, the swans and the ducks, take a ride in an electric boat (no permit required), and in the evening come and listen to music or stroll through the aisles of the summer markets…
That’s the other charming benefit of Mandelieu.
Holidays in Mandelieu rhyme with nature. In fact, a few hundred metres from the seaside, the Mont San Peyre walk offers an exceptional panoramic view over the Mediterranean.
- The coastal path is an essential,
- Town’s parks and gardens
- The Banks of the Siagne that link the town centre to the beaches.
- Théâtre Robinson: 10th edition of the Robinson Nights. An eclectic program in this small open-air theatre located on the banks of the Siagne: Theatre, jazz and classical music are usually on the programme.
- Côte d’Azur Garden Festival. In March, Mandelieu will create a non-competing garden in the Parc des Oliviers. This garden will remain established on site, in honour of this event that is usually comprised of pop-up gardens.