Discover our region
and visit the Var and the Alpes-Maritimes.
Les Adrets de l’Estérel
Village in the heart of the Esterel mountains, a volcanic mountain range low altitude, located in Provence on the Mediterranean coast, between the Var and Alpes-Maritimes. It is an ideal place for hiking, biking, and picnicking.
Lac de Saint-Cassien 6km
Lake Saint Cassian was undoubtedly the most tourism site of the township. Each year it attracts thousands of tourists or visitors, who come to enjoy this beautiful landscape and its assets. Several possible activities on the lake, relaxing, swimming, windsurfing, pedal boating, fishing.
Mandelieu la Napoule 10km
Capital Mimosa, Mandelieu la Napoule at the bottom of the Esterel. We regularly visit for its beaches, and great shopping. The range of the castle, or night, you can admire the magnificent fireworks.
Frejus, was the first naval base in the Roman Mediterranean, a prosperous city. Today is a city of art, culture and history. Roman and medieval heritage is a prestigious setting.
Ligurian fishing village in ancient times, linked to the legends of Saint-Honore and the man in the iron mask on the islands of Lerins, is now world famous for his film festival, The Croisette, their palaces and shops luxury.
St. Raphael is the ideal city for lovers of water sports. Along its 24 km of coastline, you can discover sandy beaches, coves and sheltered bays, carved by the famous red rocks of Esterel.
To the east of the Var, between sea and mountains, Fayence, is one of the 8 perched villages of this attractive township which is the Fayence. Fayence is surrounded by picturesque scenery, consisting of forests and hills, that we discover from the Castle Square.
The flowers were given in Grasse, world capital of perfumery, its letters of nobility. The city was once decorated with both visual and olfactory by gardens and fields of jasmine, rose and tuberose, the three queens flowers in the art of perfumery. Art by visiting a noticeable perfume, creating her own perfume in a shop, or strolling in the lanes or the historic center.
Saint-Paul de Vence 42km
The village of Saint-Paul de Vence harbours countless treasures within its ramparts. Take the time to seek them out around a corner, behind a fountain, at the foot of a bastion…
Built on a fortification, Vence combines the grandeur of a historical town with the vivid charm of a town in the sun. From its past Vence has preserved visible memories of testimony such as the columns of the Marseilles citizens, relics of a roman victory arch, the tour that dominates the medieval city, erected in the 12th century, the castle of Villeneuve which dates back to the 17th century as well as numerous doors and works of architecture… Little hidden gems which unfold in the winding narrow streets.
Nice town carnival, the beach and sun. It also has interesting architecture and a wide variety of activities. Nicknamed Nissa la Bella, this city has always attracted many artists and many tourists for its pebble beaches and sunshine.
International tourist capital, St. Tropez is a landmark on the Cote d’Azur. Well known for his jet-set nightlife and festivals, the peninsula is one of the busiest cities in the summer.
Toulon Var prefecture, is famous for its harbor is one of the most beautiful in Europe and Mount Faron overlooking the city with its 584m altitude, but also deemed to its port which is the first French military port or is the aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle.
Presqu’île de Giens 116km
The Giens peninsula offers the joys of swimming in turquoise waters and that of walking on the beach along the pine forests. Located 9 km from Hyères Giens offers miles of sandy beaches, small harbors, rocky coves.