Discovering the culture of Provence


Discover a small town in the south of France, where Lorgues' authenticity is the key to its charm. Whether you're a sports fan, a nature lover or a gourmet, there's something for everyone. From its restaurants to its medieval centre, which will plunge you into the history of the Templars, it's easy to have fun here (tennis, horse riding, pony trekking, mountain biking and hiking). The Argens and Florièye river valleys form the natural boundaries of the area, which is surrounded by a variety of crops, including vines and olive trees.


Nicknamed "the village in the Provence sky", Tourtour is listed as one of the "most beautiful villages in France". The village's rich history can be seen within the walls of its medieval and 17th-century castles. With its fountains, vaulted passageways, sunny lanes and stone houses topped with round tiles, Tourtour is the perfect setting for those curious about its history.


Saint-Tropez is the place to be if you're looking for a getaway or a day out. Here you'll find a chic, relaxed and hectic way of life, typical of the Mediterranean coastline. Discover its heritage, culture and exceptional terroir, and indulge in its riviera atmosphere, shops and restaurants.


A young, dynamic town with over 2000 years of history. Fréjus offers you a unique experience right in the heart of the Côte d'Azur. The combination of the green of the Esterel and the blue of the Mediterranean will give you unforgettable moments in a sunny, festive atmosphere.


Salernes is a small town in the Var department in the heart of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region. Its many fountains, bridges and Romanesque chapels make it a historic place not to be missed. For lovers of nature and history, the site of Saint-Barthélemy, in the hollow of a gorge containing numerous caves that were once inhabited, boasts a votive chapel as well as a megalithic tomb known as the "tholos de la Lauve".


In Sanary-sur-Mer, you'll find all the charm of Provence in the colourful square of the little fishing port, with its daily flower market and colourful facades. Between two swims, for nature and landscape lovers, the coastal path will reveal a breathtaking green setting. 


Known as one of the most flower-filled villages in France, the panoramic view from the old village is perfect for watching the sun set over the Mediterranean. On the seafront, in the Favière district, you'll find various diving schools, a nautical base and the Favière and Gouron beaches.

The Cabasson district offers beaches that are still wild and protected, and are among the most beautiful beaches in the Var. The area has been the summer residence of the Presidents of the French Republic since 1968.

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The art of living in Provence
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Green Provence
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A rich heritage