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Green Provence

La Provence Verte certainly bears this name because the lakes, waterfalls and rivers are an integral part of the landscape. You will swim in the Vallon des Carmes in Barjols with its magnificent waterfall and its fitted out pontoon. Take advantage of the shaded Vallon Sourn beach on the banks of the Argens river. Discover the lakes of Wines on Caramy, Carcès, Montmeyan. During your stay in Provence Verte, be sure to visit the Gorges du Verdon, the Sainte-Victoire mountain, the Basilica of Saint-Maximin... Then explore the village of Cotignac and its rock, the Sainte-Baume massif, the Vallon Sourn beach, the Barjols fountains circuit and the medieval town of Brignoles.

Between Var and Provence

Citadels, towers and forts

Religious or military, many buildings are worth a visit, such as Fort Brégançon, the Royal Tower in Toulon, the Fondue Tower in Giens, the Moulin de Port Cros, the Citadel of Saint-Tropez and the castles of Callian. 

Verdon natural park

Between the Alps and the Mediterranean, the Verdon Regional Natural Park invites you to discover a wide choice of activities. Lac Sainte-Croix, the hills of Haut Var and the forest of Artuby are magnificent places of nature to indulge in mountain biking, canoeing, hiking or climbing.

Port-Cros National Park

Port Cros National Park is a biodiversity sanctuary where you can dive, play golf, hike and follow guided tours, conferences and cultural encounters. 

Other Must-See Sites

The emblematic places of the Var are of course the bay of Toulon, the cable car and the Faron zoo, the waterfall of Sillans, the Golden Islands, the Gulf of Saint-Tropez, the arenas of Fréjus, the Saint Maximin basilica, the abbeys of La Celle and Le Thoronet.

EuroVelo 8

7 kilometers long. 500 UNESCO listed sites. 23 countries visited. A unique opportunity to discover the Mediterranean coast by bike! Only in France, 10 km from Perthus to Menton allow you to connect the Pyrenean foothills to the Côte d'Azur, between the hinterland and the coast. You can connect through France, off the beaten track, Spain to Italy. Also called “La Méditerranée à vélo”, this cycle path is currently being developed in the Var. The department has already repaired 850 kilometres, out of the 31 that will make up the Var route of this European cycle path. Another way to discover the Var landscapes between Flayosc and Sillans-la-Cascade.


Take the time to stop and savor the products of local gastronomy by going to small local producers and tasting wines, olive oils, cheeses, honeys from Provence... Many Var producers will be happy to welcome you to their farm and offer you the tasting of their products. The Provence wine route also allows you to discover the richness of the Var vineyards.

Historical heritage less than 30 minutes from camping

From the Haut Var to the Mediterranean, from Provence Verte to the territory of Fayence, enjoy the view from the perched villages and character villages of the Var. Lose yourself in steep alleys. Sit on the terrace of a café in the middle of a picturesque square and soak up the atmosphere so typically Provençal...

  • Barjols
  • Entrecasteaux
  • Salernes
  • Saint-Maximin-la-Sainte-Baume
  • Villecroze
  • Aups
  • Tourtour
  • Lorgues
  • Flayosc
  • Bauduen
  • Sainte-Croix-du-Verdon
  • Draguignan, Lac Sainte-Croix and Les-Arcs-sur-Argens

Sainte-Baume massif

Both in the Var and the Bouches-du-Rhône, the Sainte-Baume massif spread over twenty-nine municipalities. This vast territory 35 kilometers long and 25 kilometers wide offers splendid points of view from its highest points. This Mediterranean mountain sits at an altitude of more than 1000 meters and offers two characteristic landscapes: To the south, mineral landscapes, while to the north, shady valleys and a deep forest complete the picture. To this exceptional geology and nature is added the sacred character of the place. Sainte-Baume is a high place of pilgrimage and legends.

It is a true hiking paradise. Its rocky ridges peak at 1147 meters. The massif takes its name from the word “Grotte”, “Baoumo” in Provençal. Many walks and discoveries are to be made from the different villages. Walks that will guide you towards flowery scrublands, sunny cliffs, agricultural plains, pine forests, numerous rivers… It is an exceptional site for the variety and quality of the species it shelters. Beeches, hazelnuts, yews, maples, lime trees… (species usually found in the North), make up the relict forest. As for the fauna, there are hawks, black woodpeckers, chickadees, tawny ... A very rich fauna and flora and intermediate between the alpine forest and the Mediterranean forest. Do not miss this place of pilgrimage for lovers of nature and heritage.

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