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With its Provencal authenticity, Sanary-sur-mer, with its narrow streets and shady squares of yesteryear, its port and its "pointus", is also a dynamic center of the Var west coast. Its emblematic market gathering the craftsmen of the region earned it the title of Most Beautiful Market in France in 2018.


Located between Saint-Cyr-sur-Mer and Toulon, Bandol is one of the most important marinas in France and is known for its local wine production and breathtaking landscape.

La Seyne-sur-Mer

The second largest city in the Var after Toulon, La Seyne-sur-Mer stretches over 26 km of coastline and offers thousands of hectares of protected forest. The town has a marina and a fishing port and is characterized by its neo-Provencal houses built after the war by the architect Fernand Pouillon.


Situated on the seaside and bordered by mountains, the city of Toulon is halfway between Marseille and Saint-Tropez. Known for its naval base and its military port, Toulon is a city lined with sandy beaches and pebbled creeks.


Hyères extends from the Giens peninsula to the Sauvebonne valley. The city offers a diversity of remarkable landscapes between fine sandy beaches and rocky coves that border a green and flourishing countryside.


The Lavandou

Facing the islands of Levant and Port-Cros, Le Lavandou is an authentic fishermen's village of the Var offering 12 km of coastline and magnificent beaches on the sea side and a lush Mediterranean vegetation and a protected environment surrounded by pine trees on the land side.


Largest of the 3 islands of Hyères, Porquerolles is a magical place just a few minutes by boat from the Presqu'île of Giens. Entirely pedestrian, this island reveals cliffs in the South where some creeks are hidden and in the North beaches of fine sand and turquoise waters.