The market in St. Cyr takes place every Sunday morning until noon. It's a great place to buy local specialities like honey, spices, cheese or olive oil.
Furthermore there are clothes, swimware, shoes, sunglasses, flowers, pottery and much more.
The area around St. Cyr and Bandol is well-known for their vineyards. Some of them can be visited, most of them have a shop to buy some vine directly from the producer.
The area looks like the Italian Toskana, gentle hills with vine, flowers, olive trees...
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24, Avenue Du Port BP3
Good for: Families
As in many small villages, the port is one center where people like to walk and watch the boats and people. Consequently many restaurants are normally located at the port. This is especially true for St. Cyr and the surrounding villages (Sanary, Bandol etc.). There are about 20 restaurants located next to each other having their menu outside so that you can easily compare offer and prices which are really reasonable. Maybe because St. Cyr is not the typical holiday destination although there are a lot of apartments for rent.
I especially liked the "Creperie Bretonne" - very good crepes and cidre (apple vine) and really cheap!