Le Domaine du Rayol
Domaine du Rayol: a 20-hectare botanical garden in the foothills of the Massif des Maures, looking out over the Îles d’Hyères. Here you will find almost every species of Mediterranean plant as well as a host of horticultural activities.
La Croix Valmer
La Croix Valmer: A rich history dating back to Roman times, together with an important architectural heritage, make this typically Mediterranean village a must-see. Nestled on a hillside, the village has magnificent views of the Mediterranean, the best of which can be enjoyed from Cap Lardier and Cap Taillat, both accessible via coastal paths.
One of France’s most beautiful villages, Gassin is perched on a hilltop and offers clear views of the Îles d’Hyères and the Southern Alps.
Saint-Tropez and the Gulf of St Tropez: With its pretty town, port and fort, not to mention fashionable boutiques, St Tropez is a legendary tourist destination. To visit and revisit, along with the sandy beaches of Pampelonne.
“Ramatuelle: The village of Ramatuelle plays host to an important theatre festival every summer. Just as Brigitte Bardot put Saint Tropez on the map, it was legendary French actor Gérard Philippe who “”discovered”” this pretty hilltop village.
The municipality stretches from the village to the famous beaches of Pampelonne, taking in picturesque vineyards along the way.”
Just in land from the coast, the village of Cogolin is famous for its craftsmanship, particularly the manufacture of briar pipes, rugs and woodwind instruments with reeds of exceptional quality. The Cogolin marinas lie on the Gulf of Saint Tropez.
Grimaud and Port Grimaud: Fortified with a castle, Grimaud is a medieval village dating back to the Gallo-Roman period. Nicknamed the Provençal Little Venice, the Port Grimaud district lies beside the sea.
Lying across the water from St Tropez, Sainte-Maxime is a family seaside resort offering year-round entertainment, lots of shops and port (ferries between Sainte-Maxime and St Tropez).
Les Îles d’Or
The Îles d’Or: Porquerolles, Port Cros and Île du Levant, the three islands forming an archipelago at the southern tip of Provence. To protect this natural paradise, all three islands have protected status. You are sure to fall in love with their beautiful landscapes, beaches and wildlife.
Verdon, Verdon Gorge and Sainte-Croix Lake: A protected nature reserve since 1990, it enjoys Grand Site de France status. A truly spectacular sight, the Verdon Gorge reaches depths of 700 m. Starting from Lake Sainte-Croix, rent a canoe or pedalo and explore the lake or paddle up the river Verdon. Nestled on the mountainside, the village of Moustiers Sainte-Marie is a must-see when visiting the Haut Var, while the village of Aiguines gives an unbeatable view of Sainte-Croix Lake.
The Valensole Plateau
Over 12,000 hectares of lavender fields and almond orchards create beautiful landscapes that change with the seasons.
A most prestigious destination with its luxury boutiques, casino, superb oceanographic museum and exotic garden overlooking the sea. Monaco is an unmissable destination on the Côte d’Azur, holding numerous events throughout the year, including the Monaco Grand Prix, Monaco Yacht Show and more.