Discover the estate

An exceptional natural environment

Walking tours

The 515-hectare park is full of unexpected and marvellous places... The 100km of footpaths are ideal for discovering this exceptional site, its agricultural environment, its riverbanks, its forests and, of course, its vineyards. Whether you're looking for a relaxing stroll or a more sporty one, this is the perfect opportunity to take full advantage of the landscapes, fauna and flora. It's the perfect way for nature lovers to discover the region!

Electric bike / Mountain bike

The estate boasts vast expanses of winding, stony paths, perfect for mountain biking. Château de Berne offers 4 well-maintained and signposted routes of varying levels of difficulty, so there's something for everyone to enjoy in complete safety.

Electric bicycles are available so you can explore the surrounding villages and country lanes with ease.


The fitness room is a space dedicated to sport with a breathtaking view of the surrounding countryside. Equipped with the latest Technogym equipment and a ping-pong table, you can practise yoga and muscle toning, accompanied, if you wish, by a state-certified sports coach. A tennis court and petanque pitch, as well as all the necessary equipment, are also available and reserved for hotel guests.

Ask our concierge service about our partnership with the St Endreol Golf Club and take advantage of a free golf lesson. 20% discount on the 18-hole GF in low and high season.

Swimming pools

In the heart of a green oasis, two large swimming pools invite you to relax and enjoy a change of scenery.

The lush green colours blend with the azure blue of the pools, the sweet scents of Provence intoxicate the senses, the southern sun bathes the lush lights in light... The atmosphere of tranquillity and serenity immerses you in a unique universe.


The Château de Berne estate is home to a rich variety of wildlife, which you are likely to spot on your walks: hedgehogs, hares, deer, wild boar and badgers are the most common species. The estate is also home to a large number of bird species, which is a favourite with birdwatchers. 

We recommend that you behave respectfully towards these animals, taking care not to drive too fast and not to feed them. 


The flora is just as varied as the fauna of the Var. The most common species are: olive, palm, eucalyptus, Aleppo pine, umbrella pine, black cypress, plane, fig, oak, cacti (including cactus and prickly pear), lemon, orange, tamarisk, bougainvillea, rosemary, thyme, broom, jasmine...

We ask you to behave in a respectful and exemplary manner. Starting with not throwing your rubbish and cigarette ends just anywhere. The Château de Berne has plenty of bins for this purpose.

The tasting cellar
A place for sharing
The online shop
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