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A camping in the Var, between beaches of the Mediterranean Sea... ... and typical villages of Provence

The town of Le Muy is ideally situated to visit the Var, especially the interior of the country. The sea is only 20 kilometers far from the campsite, with sandy beaches, calanques and creeks, it is easy to go to Frejus – Saint Raphael to enjoy water sports (sailing , windsurfing, diving, nautical skiing, …). Or you can relax yourself at the beach, and swim in the warm water of the Mediterranean sea.

In fact Le Muy is a good departure place to discover the back country of the Var and Provencal landscapes, colored markets with southern flavours and scents, the lake of Sainte Croix and perched villages as Moustiers Saint Marie, the vertiginous landscapes of the Verdon Canyon with emerald waters , and the famous massivs of the Maures and the Esterel, ...

Saint Tropez


Taking a boat from Sainte Maxime, Les Issambres or St Aygulf is a wonderful way to reach the French Riviera’s most iconic city: Saint-Tropez. With luxury yachts on one side and shops and famous cafés on the other, this city features bustling streets stretching from Petit Port to Place des Lices, passing by the famous police station which is now dedicated to Saint-Tropez’s cinema.

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Verdon Gorge

The biggest canyon in Europe can be found just over an hour’s drive from Muy, with the River Verdon’s emerald waters flowing through it.
At the mouth of the gorge and beside Lake Sainte-Croix are several leisure centres where you can enjoy water sports including kayaking and pedal boats, or simply swim.




The historic town of Monaco covers the entire ‘Rocher’. Here you can find the Prince’s Palace and the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco which is famous for its stunning coral reef, multicoloured fish and spectacular stingrays and sharks.
The retail district of Condamine holds a daily market at Place d’Arme and the Monte Carlo district features luxury cars driving by its casino.

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Port Grimaud

A beautiful seaside resort, Port Grimaud was designed by the architect François Spoerry. Enjoy a walk along the canals or cross the many bridges that lead to the fishermen's houses of many colors that give the city a charm of its own. You can also discover the city from the canals during a boat ride.

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Les Arcs And the vineyards

The culture of the wine is not a novelty in Provence. The Romans already practiced there 2000 years. Around Les Arcs, the wine is still pervasive, the practice of medieval monks who helped to develop this culture and produce more wine. Building on this tradition, today the Provence produces excellent wines, especially the clear pink rose that made its reputation here. These vineyards are the ideal place for a walk. Gourmet walks with several wine tasting opportunities at the local producers...


Fayence And villages in the countryside

Fayence is a delightful hilltop village overlooking the plain of the Var countryside. With narrow streets that lead to the top of the hill where the castle once stood, this village is one of the many charming villages that dot the Provence such as Seillans, clinging to the slopes of Mount Auzière, Callian and its castle and Montauroux still known for its chapel with painted wood panels

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The port and coves of Saint Aygulf

The district of Frejus stretches in the shade of pines and oaks with Saint Aygulf recognisable by the beautiful eucalyptus and mimosas scents. This small resort is appreciated for its marina and its lovely coves that are home to small beaches inviting to come and swim in the Mediterranean Sea in an enchanting setting.



Famous seaside resort in the Var, Fréjus has re-introduced the sea in the heart of the town with the relatively new district of the Port of Fréjus composed of docks, little canals and many popular bars and restaurants which form this Mediterranean harbor. The town is popular for its sandy beaches that stretch over 8 kilometers, including one of the largest natural beaches of the Var, backed by a dune.


Antibes Old Town

Sheltered from the ramparts, as you come in via the Navy gate built in the 17th century, the old town of Antibes draws a maze of streets leading to the discovery of a heritage that reflects the rich history. This town on the Mediterranean coast with its cathedral and tall Saracen towers from the 12th century and its medieval castle definitely merits a visit.

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The Maures Mountains

On the shores of the Mediterranean, the emerald colored vegetation of the Maures mountains form a beautiful contrast with the deep blue of the sea. Through the forests winds the Corniche des Maures, a tourist route that allows you to discover the most beautiful spots of this area which extends to the west of St Tropez. This beautiful circuit inside the Maures Mountains is rugged with deserted roads crossing 7 passes.


Draguignan And its old town

The nice avenues surrounding the old town of Draguignan, capital of the Var are ideal for walks in the shade of trees. In the narrow streets in the historic district we find carved porches in a place full of history and old houses. The Clock Tower, St. Michael's Church, the old chapels and the Museum of Arts and Traditions of Provence are worth visiting.

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Le Muy Market place

Between Frejus and Draguignan, among vineyards and forests, the village of Le Muy, where you can actually smell the Provence. Especially on market days (Sunday and Thursday morning) when its central square is covered with colorful stalls of fruit and vegetables or seafood.

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