It's summer ! All in the water!
Diving, rowing, long coast, sailing, swimming, water skiing, wake boarding, wake surfing, paddle, pedal boat, catamaran, kite surfing…. So many activities to reconnect with nature, by the sea! Fun, sharing, memories for a successful holiday!
Sea side !
Mandelieu-La Napoule is a seaside resort which offers around thirty nautical leisure activities to practice from its beaches.
One of the key places of the Destination is its “Les Voiles de Lérins” Nautical Center which offers multiple boats, for young and old and for all levels. In addition to the classic activities (kayak, windsurfing, kite, paddle, catamaran...), you can also learn or practice new disciplines such as wing sup or the windfoil, for new sensations!
More information: Municipal Nautical Center of Mandelieu-La Napoule: Les Voiles de Lérins
Avenue du General de Gaulle – 06210 Mandelieu-La Napoule
Phone. : 04 92 97 30 77 – 06 12 93 51 31 – email@example.com
Some nautical bases et diving centers also offer boat rentals and services to enjoy various activities on the sea.
For boating enthusiasts, let yourself be tempted by renting a boat at sea or by a gentle electric boat ride on the Siagne. Mandelieu-La Napoule, a nautical destination!
Winter comes summer, side hikes and walks, the territory offers numerous itineraries with spectacular panoramas. Walks in the Tanneron massif or in the Estérel, you can stroll on the must-see trails or discover these secret rides near La Venède, Mont San Peyre or the Volcan de Maure Vieil. A qualified guide will allow you to understand the botany, geology or history of these sites.
By bike, it is also an opportunity to explore the developed trails. Sweet and family for some, technical and impressive for others. The Mandelieu, Sport par Nature Application offers you some itineraries. The professionals are also there to accompany you from the dry rental of bicycles to the accompaniment to guide you as well as possible!
- Download the MANDELIEU, SPORT BY NATURE app (Android or Apple Store)
- Check with the Tourist Office!