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An area developed thanks to the railway
The development of the railway at the start of the 20th century opened up the natural and wild setting of the Massif des Maures coastline to resort residences. It was in 1909 that Alfred-Théodore Courmes, a Parisian banker born in Bormes-les-Mimosas, acquired the Domaine du Rayol, a vast wooded park of 50 acres (20 ha). He converted it into a second home and had the Villa Rayolet built.
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