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Saint-Raphaël is a seaside resort on the French Riviera. The center of the city has kept its century old charms: narrow streets with nice shops and restaurants, and the San Raféu church. The old lookout point (from the 13th century) has a beautiful view over the Mediterranean Sea. The port district, after the construction of the casino, was transformed into a trendy residential area.
The city has almost 35,000 inhabitants. Along with Fréjus, which forms an agglomeration with Saint-Raphaël, 85,000 people live in this urban area.
Saint-Raphaël is located in the south of France, on the Côte d'Azur, between St. Tropez and Cannes. It is wedged between the Esterel massif and the coast. West and northwest of Saint-Raphael (across the Pédégal river) lies the old town of Fréjus.
Tourism is of vital importance to Saint-Raphaël.
The airport of Nice lies 45 kilometers from Saint-Raphaël. Nice Côte d'Azur airport is easily accessible by rental car: from Saint-Raphaël follow the A8 to the northeast and then the N99 exit to the Airport. The exit is clearly indicated.
Saint-Raphaël is very busy in the summer and the old center has many narrow streets. It is best to park your rental car and further explore the city on foot. There are four covered car parks in the centre of Saint-Raphaël. There are also several car parks where you can park your rental car. The A8 coastal road runs 15 kilometers north of the city. Keep in mind that during the summer months this road can be very busy.
The city has a wide range of accommodation. In the area of Saint-Raphaël there are many camp sites and in the city itself there is a wide choice: from youth hostels and simple guest houses to luxury hotels. If you want to visit Saint-Raphael in the summer, we suggest you book your accommodation well in advance.
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