Overlooking the “Gorges de la Siagne”, the village-belvedere of Saint-Cézaire-sur-Siagne will seduce lovers of authenticity and charm, thanks to its fortified village and picturesque alleys. A village full of history and character with about 3500 people.
More than 10 dolmens, megalithic tombs with a large flat stone laid on upright ones, found chiefly in Britain and France. have been discovered in Saint-Cézaire-sur-Siagne, revealing the habitation of the village by men since the Neolithic and Bronze Age. This village was colonized by the Romans and later became dependent on the monks of the Abbey on the Lérins Islands, in the Bay of Cannes, until the 12th century. For hundreds of years and up to the 19th century, this medieval village enjoyed a dazzling success thanks to its flour, olive oil and paper mills.
Located on a vast plateau at an altitude of 475m between the sea and the mountains, the village of Saint-Cézaire-sur-Siagne enjoys a temperate climate year-round thanks to the encircling foothills of the Maritime Alps which protect the village from the North winds. At the edge of the “Alpes-Maritimes” region and neighbouring the Var region, this renowned village enjoys breath-taking views of the Siagne valley and the Siagne river, far below, with its protected fauna and flora and the surrounding mountains of the Esterel.
Be captivated by the medieval streets and lanes of the village of Saint-Cézaire-sur-Siagne, always animated by its regular festivities and its numerous cultural and musical events. The village is always warm, welcoming and animated.
In the morning, enjoy a coffee in the village square, or encounter local, artists and visitors from all over the world, next to the beautiful pink stone church, built at the end of the 17th century. Listen to the melancholic tones of the church bell and the gentle sound of the village fountain. Take the time to watch the petanque players of all ages who will already have settled at the bowling pitch to start a part of the famous Provençal bowls game, in a joyful and family atmosphere and played on any level sandy or earth surface.
On Tuesdays and Saturdays in the morning, stroll through the stalls of the attractive village market, offering local produce, seasonal fruits, vegetables and floral essences. The market returns on Thursday evenings in the long summer nights, enjoy a glass of wine and eat a homemade dish in the local cosy wine bar, to meet and mingle with the regulars of the village.
In Saint-Cézaire-sur-Siagne, there is something for everyone: Lovers of sports activities, let yourself be tempted by the wonderful climbing sites and the numerous hiking and equestrian trails. Lovers of history, must discover the famous caves of Saint-Cézaire-sur-Siagne discovered in 1940 at 40 meters below ground, revealing the extraordinary grottos rich in colour.
The Viewpoint, Place du 8 maiVisit “Place du 8 mai” and follow the sign posts to discover the magnificent lookout point of Saint-Cézaire, taking the alleyways of the ancient town and admiring its old houses to discover one of the most amazing, dominant views of the countryside all the way to the horizon.
Overlooking the majestic Siagne valley, the surrounding hills and the typical olive groves, the viewpoint offers you a breath-taking Provençal panorama, where feelings of well-being, calm and a sense of liberty reign.
Sit on the stone benches with a light breeze of very pleasant fresh air, relax and enjoy this beautiful landscape while listening to the murmur of the river following its course.
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