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Montaroux is a commune in the Var department in the Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur region in south-eastern France. Its neighboring town is the picturesque Callian which can be seen across a small valley. Montauroux is located in the east of the Var and at the border of the Alpes-Maritimes. Montauroux benefits from an exceptional amount of sunny days and is visited by tourists in the summer months, many hotels are often fully booked for the summer by mid-April or earlier. Therefore, it is an ideal holiday destination, especially for people who enjoy to spend their free time in the middle of the nature.

Top Attractions Within Montauroux

Massif de l'Esterel faces Montauroux on the northern side and it provides one of the most stunning views. The soil and rocks of the range are of volcanic origin, composed mainly or porphyry, which gives the hills a red color. For those who love adventure, what better way to explore the area, than to go climbing? The nature reserve offers excellent hiking and mountain biking trails. It is a great place to enjoy nature at its most.

Chapelle Saint Michel is another beautiful landmark in Montauroux that must not be missed. Located on a hill top, it overlooks the city. For tourists who climb up to the top, the church provides a great view of the whole city. Inside the chapelle, there are artistic light shows and in some of the rooms, there are musicians. The Chapelle is a great place to visit regardless of the season. Just make sure you wear good shoes. It is a must see.

Mercantour National Park is a great place to go, especially if you are the more adventure type. Located within the range of Montauroux, Mercantour is the favorite place of many tourists. Despite attracting more than 800.000 visitors per year, the region remains pretty unspoilt. Cut by glacial erosion, the park has peaks that rise up to 3.143 m and many more to suit the less experienced climber or mountaineer. The paths are well maintained, the species are protected and tourists can enjoy every inch of the park.