St Raphael

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Overview

St Raphael, enjoy idleness! Sea and sun, welcome to St Raphaël, on the world-famous french Côte d’Azur. Facing the Mediterraneean sea, St Raphaël is a 36 000 inhabitants town which attracts a lot of tourists each year, looking for sandy beaches and bustling nightlife.

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Getting there You can get to St Raphael from Paris CDG Airport, Avignon and Geneva. Best price and travel duration below.

From Paris 04:39 $57
From Nice 00:51 $16
From Brussels 07:20 $229
From Paris Cdg Airport 05:39 $182
From Avignon 01:58 $32
From Geneva 05:24 $128
From Lyon 03:29 $52
From Marseille 01:35 $27
From Toulouse 05:43 $105
From Montpellier 03:30 $48
From Monaco 01:19 $23
From Dijon 05:11 $142
From Lille 06:34 $208
From Aix En Provence Tgv 01:41 $37
From Strasbourg 12:25 $66
From Theoule Sur Mer 00:25 $15
From Juan Les Pins 00:46 $15
From Cannes 00:21 $15
From Marne La Vallee 05:26 $208
From Toulon 00:41 $21


Getting around From St Raphael, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Frejus (localite) 00:03 $15
To Les Arcs 00:18 $15
To Theoule Sur Mer 00:26 $15
To Cannes 00:37 $15
To Toulon 00:56 $21
To Nice 01:16 $16
To Monaco 01:32 $19
To Marseille 01:46 $27
To Juan Les Pins 02:48 $15
To Avignon 03:54 $24
To Nimes 05:39 $52
To Montpellier 05:56 $57
To Beziers 06:16 $69
To Lyon 07:25 $48
To Marne La Vallee 07:33 $141
To Paris Cdg Airport 07:46 $141
To Dijon 08:04 $116
To Bordeaux 10:07 $107
To Marmande 10:49 $126
To Paris 12:22 $32
To Lille 13:50 $120
To Brussels 14:28 $150
To Strasbourg 14:39 $103
To Biarritz 16:18 $155

While you're there

St Raphael, enjoy idleness!

Sea and sun, welcome to St Raphaël, on the world-famous french Côte d’Azur. Facing the Mediterraneean sea, St Raphaël is a 36 000 inhabitants town which attracts a lot of tourists each year, looking for sandy beaches and bustling nightlife.

The mild climate enables the visitor to come all year long. If you want to learn the history of the city, head the archaeological museum where you will see objects that were found in St Raphaël’s bay.

Enjoy the old city centre and the Provencal markets. Then head the San Raféu’s church, the oldest european sanctuary dedicated to the archangel Raphaël, dating back to the 12th century. You can also visit the Notre Dame de la Victoire de Lepante basilica, in a neo-byzantin style.

You also should have a walk along the "Corniche d’or", a road linking St Raphaël to Cannes that offers you beautiful views and landscapes.

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