To visit

1 min to 30 min drive


Our charming village, capital of the Haut Var. Typical village of Provence with a rich history dating back to the Gallo-Romans. Part of the Verdon Regional Natural Park, the village of Aups is the southern gateway to the Gorges du Verdon, a site that is world-renowned for its picturesque landscapes and the many sports activities it offers. Not to be missed: The Truffle Museum and the black truffle market every Thursday morning from the last Thursday in November to the end of March. 


Village in the sky.

Site classified among "the most beautiful villages in France". Not to be missed: the egg festival in spring.Restaurant to recommend: La table


After enjoying the freshness of the caves and the waterfall, you can enjoy a large landscaped park, tucked away at the foot of the tufa cliff, with remarkable Mediterranean essences.

Not to be missed: the old village, a bit out of sight, offers a real labyrinth of narrow streets with vaulted passages, arcades, squares and the soft sound of fountains. Pastry shop to recommend: MP


Its rock and troglodyte caves. This village set at the foot of a tufa cliff is unique. From the top of the rock, you can enjoy a spectacular view. The town centre courtyard, bordered by plane trees, is a chic place to stroll around, settle down at a café or eat in one of the many establishments. 


The Jewel of the Verdon. City of pottery. Site classified among "the most beautiful villages of France". Restaurants to recommend: the Bastide de Moustiers and the St. Cécile farm.


Village looking over the Lac de Sainte Croix and its soft emerald water. 


Enclosed in a gorgeous green setting, the village of Sillans-la-Cascade is famous for its spectacular 42 m waterfall

Thoronet Abbey

Built between 1160 and 1230, Le Thoronet Abbey is, along with Silvacane and Sénanque, one of the three Cistercian abbeys of Provence.


Charming village, benefiting from a privileged location halfway between the Gulf of Saint-Tropez and the Verdon Gorges.To be recommended: Visit the village of Saint-Antonin-du-Var by bike and admire the vineyards


Charming village, sheltered by its impressive castle, a masterpiece of Provençal architecture.

Prehistoric museum of the Verdon in Quinson

One of the biggest prehistoric museums in Europe.


45 to 90 min drive


In the light of a privileged climate, Aix-en-Provence is a city of elegance revealed through its lively streets and squares.


Marseille, an amazing city with many facets. The old port, "la Côte Bleue", the Calanques, Mucem, pastis, l'OM football club, Château d'If, "la Bonne Mère", ....


While discovering Nice, you may find yourself breathless for a while.You might be told that it will pass, that it's always like that the first time, but the truth is that it's very difficult to get used to so much beauty...Welcome to Nice, a flagship city of the French Riviera!


From the modest fishing village to the world-famous seaside and glamour city. Cannes is  surrounded by a haven of golden sand beaches and a dreamy bay including the Lérins islands. An exceptional setting. Not to be missed: Cannes festival.


A typical Provencal village, world city of sport diving, has a particularly rich cultural, religious and architectural heritage. Many famous people, including Michel Pacha, Jacques-Yves Cousteau, Thomas Mann, Aldous Huxley and Moïse Kisling, have lived here and have appreciated its charm and gentle rhythm of life.


International tourist capital, grown into a myth, St Tropez has contributed to the fame of the French Riviera. The port, the Place des Lices, BB, the gendarmes of Saint-Tropez, the beaches of Pampelonne, ... and much more.


Small seaside town with great beaches.                    

Frejus and Saint-Raphael

2000 years of history and still young and dynamic. Dive into the heart of the French Riviera where the Mediterranean and Provence unite to make you live unforgettable moments!

Plateau of Valensole

Lavender fields forever.