What is there to do/see in the area?



The capital of the 'Centre-Var', with a very authentic character, proves the many squares, towers and old doors. The center - not far from the 'old' Brignoles, has a nice commercial zone, in which especially the Saturday morning market is a real attraction. You can also go Karting and Golf in the area.


Known for its film festival in May, this is the star of the French Rivieira all year round. 150 years ago, nothing more than a fishing village, Cannes is now world famous for its harbor (with fishing boats side by side with the most luxurious yachts) and 'La Croisette', the 'promenade' that follows the curve of the bay for 3 km.


Undoubtedly one of the most glamorous places in the world. Be sure to visit the palace, with the changing of the guards (exactly at 11:55 am), the cathedral, the oceanographic museum, the beautiful garden and, if the finances allow it, one or more casinos ...


Saint-Maximin is located at the foot of the Massif of La Sainte Baume, in the valley of a dried-up lake. The city is known for its art and history, especially in the old part of town and the medieval Jewish quarter. The huge basilica and the weekly market are also worth a visit.


Barjols is primarily known as the city of water, not difficult if you know that it is crossed by 4 rivers, and has no fewer than 28 fountains ...

Le Castellet

This picturesque, fortified medieval town is best known for its beautiful location and charming streets, packed with shops and restaurants.

Gorges du Verdon

This beautiful canyon was formed by the erosion of the river Verdon in the calcareous rocks, and is located in the middle of a nature reserve.

Lake of Sainte-croix

This is the largest lake in the Verdon. It is approximately 10 km long and 3 km wide, with a total area of 2200 ha. Water sports enthusiasts can indulge here with windsurfing, sailing, fishing, kayaking and so on.


St. Tropez has changed from a small fishing port to one of the hippest places on the Côte d'Azur in about 50 years. In the summer the playground of the Jet-Set and people who want to see or be seen, but also and especially outside the tourist season worth a visit.


Calmer than the known places on the Côte d'Azur, Cassis is definitely worth a visit for those who want to visit a beautiful coastal town with a picturesque harbor, cozy cafes and a beautiful old town. Beautiful is the 'Route des Crêtes' that runs from Cassis to La Ciotat, high above the sea, a guarantee for spectacular views.

Aix en Provence

It is a beautiful city that is very famous and has many stores for shopping.