With the Mediterranean Sea and its turquoise reflections, alternating inlets, coves, sandy beaches and medieval villages that come alive to the rhythm of Provencal markets, the Var has so much to offer to each visitor. Relaxing on the warm sands, visiting museums and paying tributes to artists who have always been attracted by this county or hiking in the mountains near the sea ... From and around camping Clau Mar Jo you can discover one of the most beautiful regions of France.
Nestled in the Provençal countryside, in the Maures Mountains, this medieval village, famous for its chestnuts, presents a traditional heritage. Its exceptional location in the heart of rolling hills covered with oak and chestnut trees makes it a starting point for hiking and walks in the Maures Mountains. Discover the Plateau Lambert, the abbey of Destéou or Chartreuse Verne.
A small traditional port famous for its painters and its international jet-set, Saint-Tropez is the world's most famous and certainly the most prestigious fishing village. Beside Saint-Tropez, other cities in the Gulf like Ramatuelle, Port-Grimaud or Cogolin are home to sandy beaches and winding cobbled streets in exceptional settings at the foot of the Maures Mountains.
Port Cros is the smallest of the three islands of Hyères. The remains of the old forts which can be discovered testify to its defensive role of times gone by. Today, we appreciate the little harbor full of charm with hiking possibilities among natural surroundings. Boat trips are available from the port of Le Lavandou.
Accrochée au flanc d'une colline, la ravissante ville de Ramatuelle abrite derrière ses remparts de vieilles bâtisses couvertes de tuiles roses. Sa situation perchée lui offre un somptueux panorama sur la baie de Pampelonne, sa plage de sable fin et ses criques sauvages où il est agréable de venir s'isoler. Ramatuelle possède une vie culturelle dynamique avec des festivals de jazz et de théâtre.