Located between Theoule-sur-Mer and Saint-Raphael lies the small but naturally beautiful bay of Agay. Ideally sheltered among the Pointe de la Baumette and Cap Dramont, Agay boasts a calm setting for those who want to anchor up. Although there are lots of small beaches along this stretch of coast, the main beach of Agay runs along the Boulevard de la Plage which is lined with small cafes and shops. Home to a small pleasure port around the mouth of the Agay river and a water sports centre, this bay is perfect for those who want to take to the water while enjoying the spectacular views. As sunning is not for everyone, some might

everyone, some might prefer to spend their morning exploring the towns markets or taking off into the surrounding mountains for a pleasant walk. As you discover the Antheor mountains to the east and La Dramont to the west, be sure to visit the lighthouse and Port de Poussai for beautiful views of the bay and Ile d’Or. As anchoring up in a cove along the French Riviera is a custom for yacht lovers, the bay of Agay is a popular destination in summer. However, the beauty of having your own private luxury yacht is that you can admire from the comfort of your own space.

Anchor Up

Because of its small size, the village of Agay is not very interesting however, the beaches, coastal scenery and impressive cliffs of the Cap d'Esterel make it a great port of call for those visiting by boat. Although the facilities are basic here, Agay occupies a much smaller and quieter bay overlooking the Mediterranean. If you are looking for virtual solitude away from the crowds, anchor up in the bay where you can use Life of Riley's on-board Seascooters and snorkel kits. Alternatively, guys can hire jet skis from AgayJet while the ladies head to Paddlehouse for a morning of Canoeing, Paddleboarding or even Paddle Board Yoga.

Esterel Adventures

Buggy Tours: For around €55 per person, you can hire a 2 person RZR buggy and take off into the mountains on a 2-hour guided track around the foot of the Estérel Massif. With several stops planned, you have time to snap a picture and swap drivers. For safety reasons, passengers do have to be a minimum of 12 years old and drivers must have a license. 

Mountain Bikes: If you would prefer to move at your own pace, you can rent a mountain bike and discover the beauty of the Esterel on your own. Half day rental starts from €15 and full day rental from €20. If needed, a helmet, pump, inner tube, padlock and cycle routes can be provided.