The region's treasures to visit

Village du Castellet

This gorgeous little feudal village perched atop its promontory will charm you with its picturesque side typically Provençal, its small squares lined with beautiful old houses carefully restored and its old stones tastefully enhanced.

Port of Sanary on the sea

The city of Sanary on the Sea is located in the north of the bay of the same name. The marina is nestled in the heart of the City. It is a typical Provençal port as there are not many of them on the Var coast.

It houses a small flotilla of sharp proventose that fishermen use to practice the "small "trade." They sell the proceeds of their fishing every day on the wharf on the way back to port.

Rade de Toulon

Facing Mont-Faron, the "most beautiful Europe" offers visitors many opportunities for discovery, natural or historical.

Bordered by high limestone hills, Toulon harbour, which includes the naval base and the port of trade, extends from the Giens peninsula in the east, to that of Saint-Mandrier, to the west.

Porquerolles Island

To the south, a steep coastline dominated by cliffs where a few coves are hidden that are deserved. The north, Caribbean atmosphere with sandy beaches turquoise waters. In the centre, cultivated plains the botanical conservatory's plant collections extend. Go to the discovery of this unique island.

A 10-minute boat ride from the tip of Giens, the island stretches crescent into the hollow of which its charming village concentrates most of the accommodation, restaurants and other renters Bike. We then criss-cross Porquerolles on foot or mountain bike thanks to well-maintained marked paths by the National Park of Port-Cros.

Callanques National Park

Majestic cliffs, sea at the loss of exceptional sight, flora and fauna are the dream setting of the Park Calanques.

This site, unique in the world, allows nature lovers enjoy various activities.

Underwater thanks to a dive, on water via boat rides, or even ashore by the trails of hiking, the coves invite exploration and discovery.

Circuit Paul Ricard

The circuit was born in 1970 under the leadership of Paul Ricard, once mayor of the village of Signs nearby site, which wanted to create an international event in the region, with the advice of Jean-Pierre Beltoise and a few other motorsportspecialists.

Designated First Centre of Excellence by FIA Institute for Motor Sport Safety in 2005, approved by the FIA in 2006, the circuit reopened to the public in 2009 and now hosts motor and motorbike racing events, as well as club rolls and marketing operations.