Take time to stroll through the narrow streets of Provençal villages
The pretty medieval village of Bormes les Mimosas
Listed among the most beautiful sites in the Var, the medieval village of Bormes-les-Mimosas is a must-see for lovers of old stones. Venture into these winding streets and go with your inspiration!
The best way to discover Bormes les Mimosas is to wander through its sun-drenched streets, scented with the sweet scents of mimosas, jasmine or wisteria, a moment of pure happiness for the senses that will remain engraved in your memories of your stay in campsite in Hyères.
Bormes les Mimosas Tourist Office. Tél : +33 4 94 01 38 38
Collobrières is a typical Provencal village!
Collobrières is a pretty village of character which has managed to preserve its authenticity, surrounded by the vines and chestnut trees which have made its reputation throughout France. Don’t hesitate to discover the heart of the village by strolling through its narrow streets and tasting a good chestnut ice cream.
Discover also its historical sites (La Chartreuse de la Verne, the menhirs of Lambert) and its marrons glacés factory, then end your day with a Provencal feast at “La Petite Fontaine” (reservation recommended Tel: 04 94 48 00 12).
Collobrières Tourist Office.
Tel: +33 4 94 48 08 00.
Saint-Tropez… The charm of the most famous village in France
The myth of Saint-Tropez is still a dream! Let yourself be drawn into its picturesque streets, its 16th century Citadel and its famous Musée de l’Annonciade (not far from the famous Pampelonne beach)!
If you visit Saint-Tropez, don’t miss the famous Place des Lices, the place to be in the heart of the village. With its many shops, bars and catering facilities and above all its market which welcomes you on Tuesdays and Saturdays.
Saint-Tropez Tourist Office.
Tel: 0892 68 48 28 (0.40 €/min + local call rate)