Whether you're popping in for a coffee or planning a day tour, Saint-Tropez is a place dreams are made of, steeped in the chic, casual and palpitating atmosphere of the Côte d'Azur. Enjoy delving into the village's exceptional heritage, culture and terroir, not forgetting, of course, Saint-Tropez's legendary beaches, boutiques, restaurants and luxury retreats.
A young and dynamic town, with a history dating back over 2,000 years, Fréjus promises a unique day out on the beautiful Côte d’Azur coast, where the luscious green Estérel hills meet azure-blue Mediterranean waters to offer a dazzling travel experience instilled with a sunny, festive atmosphere.
Salernes is a small village set at the foot of a ruined medieval castle in the inland Var area, at the heart of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region. Its many old fountains, bridges and Romanesque chapels make it a must-see hub of history. Nature and history buffs will love visiting the Saint-Barthélemy site, nestling in a gorge harbouring many previously-inhabited caves, home to a votive chapel and the "Tholos de la Lauve" megalithic tomb.
The authenticity of this typical southern town is sure to delight. Lorgues is a haven for sport, nature and gastronomy fans alike and features a delightful medieval quarter lined with restaurants, plunging visitors into the days of the Knights Templar... Leisure activities abound here and include tennis, horse riding, mountain biking and hiking. The fertile landscapes around Lorgues have made it a hub of local produce, including wine and olives, watered abundantly by the Argens and Florièye rivers that form its natural boundaries.
Nicknamed the "Provence village in the sky", Tourtour is ranked among France's Most Beautiful Villages. Its medieval castle and 12th-century castle are redolent with a rich and tumultuous history. Tourtour's many old fountains, arched passageways, sunny lanes and stone houses topped with round roof tiles make it a must for curiosity-seekers and history lovers alike.
You'll find all of the inimitable charm of Provence in this dazzling little fishing village with its pretty square, daily flower market and colourful façades. Between two dips in azure-blue waters, take a moment to explore the coastal footpath and its breathtaking verdant scenery. A paradise for nature lovers.
The panoramic view from Bormes' historic quarter - one of France's most beautiful Villages in Bloom – offers a perfect vantage point for admiring the flaming sunset over the Med. The Favière quarter, bordering the sea, is home to a variety of diving schools, plus a water sports centre and the beaches of Favière and Gouron.
The Cabasson quarter is lined with some of the Var area's most beautiful wild and protected beaches. Cabasson is also home to Brégançon Fort, the summer residence of the French Presidents since 1968.