Explore the Mediterranean villages
A famous medieval village with all the charm of Provence. And a historic castle!
This lakeside community, built in the 1950s, offers a complete change of scene, like a little, Provence-style Venice.
A legendary port, with fishermen’s boats and fancy yachts, artists and a picturesque market, as well as sublime beaches.
This village is famous for its long beaches and turquoise colours, as well as the August jazz festival.
Renowned for its heritage crafts, including a carpet maker and pipe workshop! Not forgetting the RAIMU museum.
An idyllic harbour and boating centre with sailing and diving schools.
Ranked among the most beautiful villages in France, with its fantastic view over Saint Tropez bay. Gassin also boasts an 18-hole course to suit the keenest golfers.
A charming, very lively, small town! Many destinations and water activities are accessed from the harbour. Calanques, islands, peninsulas, and fishing trips offer a wide choice of beautiful views and fun..
Don’t miss this charming village, the chestnut capital of Provence, set in an ancient forest in the Massif des Maures! Discover the delicious treats made by local craftsmen from this speciality.
The 12th-century La Verne Carthusian monastery is located in the countryside near Collobrières. It has a special, tranquil atmosphere
Do you know the history of turtles in the Var? This protected species is part of our living heritage!
A coastal town with a number of Gallo-Roman remains, including a cloister and an amphitheatre. It also boasts a large zoo.
One of the loveliest villages in France. Just superb!
Offers beaches, a harbour, an old town, and Provence-style markets, overlooked by Mont Faron, accessible by cable car. Enchanting!
Drive along the coast road, overlooking the sea to visit the exotic garden and baroque chapel. Eze is a real jewel.
It’s hard to describe Monaco in a few lines. Start by admiring its majestic architecture, then stroll around the exotic gardens. Time stands still. The Prince’s palace, world-famous aquarium, caves, magnificent coast road, and harbour… take your time.
Chapel and abbey… a meeting place.
Grasse is a historic centre of rose-growing, as well as the world perfume capital, and continues to inspire the creators of fine fragrances. The perfume museum is open to the public.