The “regio Camatullicorum” is mentioned by Pliny (3.4
) between Portus Citharista and the Suelteri.
The position must be on or near the coast, east of Marseille.
It is supposed by Harduin (note on the passage of Pliny) that a place called Ramatuelle,
near the coast, south of the Gulf of Grimaud,
represents the ancient name; and D'Anville and others adopt this opinion. [G.L
] [p. 1.488]