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Following the Allied landings in North Africa in November 1942, Hitler ordered the invasion of the so-called “Free” French zone in the South. As they had done on the Atlantic side, more than 900 bunkers were built on the Mediterranean coast, the “Südwall” (the Mediterranean Wall), of which nearly a hundred were built in the town of Agde and its Cape

La Tamarissière, a possible landing zone, is strongly fortified with an imposing bunker-support station of type 638, of 100m2..

It is a warlike building which is symbolic of the Second World War and particularly of the little known period after November 1942 which saw the invasion of the so-called “free” southern zone by German troops, until its liberation by the Allied troops landed near Toulon in August 1944.

Signposting from the Front de Mer parking lot. Free entrance.

Date / time
Saturday 4 February09:30 > 12:00

Other dates
  • Saturday 11 February09:30 > 12:00
  • Saturday 18 February09:30 > 12:00
  • Saturday 25 February09:30 > 12:00
  • Saturday 4 March09:30 > 12:00
  • Saturday 11 March09:30 > 12:00

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