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A campsite ideally located for visiting the Var

Discover the many charms of the Var coastline near the campsite

A little further ...

Time for a drive, there are numerous appealing sites well worth a visit. Toulon and its rich maritime heritage will immerse you in the history of the French navy. A little bit further along the coast the sheer beauty of the creeks of Cassis will leave you speechless. It is also important to leave the coastline to venture into the countryside and take time for a stop in one of the many medieval villages dotted with markets and the scent of lavender and rosemary.


The Almanarre, beach and water sports

5 miles long, the beach from L’Almanarre borders the salt lakes connecting the mainland with the tip of Giens. Its white sand and shallow waters are a good place to swim, especially for children. And when the wind rises from the west, windsurfers and kite surfers come here to indulge in their favorite sport.


Small town on the sea front

The village of "L'Ayguade" is 800m far from the campsite, you will find a market every Wednesday morning with local products, possibility to go walking or by bicycle by the cycle track.

You will also find a bakery, a pharmacy, a post office, restaurants, a supermarket and a tobacco / press.



Floral village
Nestled in an enchanting setting, the old village of Bormes-les-Mimosas, on the side of the Massif des Maures is bathing in Mediterranean scents. Admittedly, eucalyptus, oleander and mimosas grow here in abundance and perfume the streets of this charming town in the Var. Ranked among the most beautiful villages in the Var, Bormes-les-Mimosas has such a beautiful heritage, stroll down its narrow streets with elegant medieval buildings.


Old city
At the entrance of the peninsula that bears its name, Hyères is a delightful Mediterranean port. Elegant, this cities rich history unfolds when strolling the narrow streets of the historic center: a medieval town with cobbled streets, the legacy of the age when the city was still fortified still stands today with 19th century palaces. From the castle, enjoy beautiful views of the city. To fully appreciate the city, have a walk on market days, when Hyères shows its finest Provencal accent


The most western island of Hyères is also the largest. Its northern coast is lined with beautiful beaches while its southern coast is steep. Between the two, the landscape is made of pine forests, oak trees and vineyards. Its port and town are alive with bars and restaurants evoking North Africa and Provence. The best way to visit the island is by bike.
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Port of Hyères

Water sports
Hyères attracts many pleasure boats during the summer, giving life to the pretty harbor lined with restaurants whose terraces are always crowded on sunny days. It must be said the city is popular for water sports of all kinds. Diving, sailing, windsurfing, jet skiing, kite surfing, sea kayaking, etc. all planned for your holidays on the French Riviera.

Presqu'île de Giens

Stretched like a finger pointing to the Hyères Islands, off the coast of the peninsula stretches Giens a great place to go diving in the Mediterranean Sea. Comprising salt lakes and long sandy beaches, it remains a protected place where you can swim or dive from a cliff, enjoy a bike ride or watch the pink flamingos that seem to watch over the peninsula.
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Arsenal Toulon and Mont Faron

Nestling in a beautiful bay, Toulon is a city full of charm which can be especially admired from the heights of Mount Faron overlooking the harbor and capital of the Var and reachable by cable car. For centuries the city has been related to the navy, it is marked by the presence of the marine and his Arsenal. To delve into this glorious past, it is worth visiting the Maritime Museum.