The Cap Lardier is the eastern point of the Cavalaire bay. This headland is one of the most southern points of the Saint Tropez peninsula, as it is situated on the same latitude as the Corsican Cap.
Its coastline, granitic in the north, with more foliaceous rocks in the south, is of a rather smooth aspect. Only towards the Andati headland the coastline seems rough, with cliffs falling straight into the ocean, making access impossible, just like the dense brushwood which covers it, treating you with its diverse Mediterranean colours and scents. Here you can look at an amazing parasol pine tree, in the Brouis valley, a tree which delights everyone by its sparkling, shimmering shades of green. Several protected beaches along this coastline are peaceful havens for every visitor
The villa of Pardigon encountered its occupation and its major developments between the 1st and 3rd centuries after J-C and was abandoned at the end of the 15th century after J-C.
The first phase of discovery resulted in a total reconstruction in order to create a villa in the late 1st century after J-C. Successive aggrandings and modifications followed, intervening until the 3rd century after J-C.
Equipped with your own flippers, diving mask and snorkel, set off to explore a fabulous fauna and flora. Enjoy the beauty of the anemone’s garden, surprise yourself with the mystery of the shipwreck…
In full autonomy and through floats with underwater information panels, discover at your rythm the see treasures at the edge of the Crocodile Islet, the fauna, the flora and the underwater landscape. With a maximum depth of 3 meters, this underwater path is adapted for all swimmers