Or that is how Frank Preston described Cavalaire-sur-Mer In an article in the Daily Telegraph travel section. According to Frank you get the same sun, sand and sea that St. Tropez has but with “normal” people instead of billionaires. The town was once a fishing village and has a population of just 7,000 but it has 300 days of sunshine per year. The Romans and the Phoenicians were there as well as the American army who led the Allied invasion of Southern France by landing in the bay on August 16th 1944.
This next watercolour is signed by P Boggon, dated 1985 and entitled ‘Bars, Cavalaire’. It took me a while to decipher that but I am fairly sure I have the right place now. Here is the nearest photo I could find to the painting:
I wonder why he chose that view instead of this: