from January to March follow the mimosa Road when the mimosa blooms
Running from the » corniche des Maures » to the « massif du Tanneron « the mimosa route leads you into a world of heady perfumes, blue skies and waters, ochre-red soil, golden yellow bloomsand luscious green vegetation.
Come to the villa de la Madrague, and visit!
The Var village of Collobrières regards itselfs as chestnut capital of the world and its festival during the last 3 sundays in October is unmissable : The festival attracts thousands of visitors from near and far (30 000 visistors)
during this festival, you can taste and buy chestnuts in every form, and shape ; roasted chestnuts, chestnut preserves, chestnut paste, cakes and pies, jam or cream, marron glacé (a delicately prepared and sweetenes chestnut bonbon of marron), beer, and other chestnut-based products...
Farmer's makers, crafts markets and artits are all part of the festival.
in late october : 13th, 20th and 27th October 2019
Come and discover the mythical Golfe de Saint-Tropez in a convivial, festive and sporting atmosphere.
A unique race combining seaside views, vineyards, hills and garrigue where you can taste the gastronomic specialties of the region (wine tasting, tropezienne tart, etc ...)
The Cap Lardier is the eastern point of the Cavalaire bay. This headland is one of the most southern points of the Saint Tropez peninsula, as it is situated on the same latitude as the Corsican Cap.
Its coastline, granitic in the north, with more foliaceous rocks in the south, is of a rather smooth aspect. Only towards the Andati headland the coastline seems rough, with cliffs falling straight into the ocean, making access impossible, just like the dense brushwood which covers it, treating you with its diverse Mediterranean colours and scents. Here you can look at an amazing parasol pine tree, in the Brouis valley, a tree which delights everyone by its sparkling, shimmering shades of green. Several protected beaches along this coastline are peaceful havens for every visitor