Wine & Gastronomy

Var is a land where the simple joys of good living and good food are cultivated. Known for the quality of its local products, the Var main gastronomy specialities are mainly derived from its famous rosé wine, olive oil, figs, honey, chestnut and truffles but also Provençal stew, grilled fish, anchoïade or the unavoidable ratatouille! Come and discover the sceneries of our unspoiled landscape, our protected natural environment and healthy recipes stemmed from the subtle flavours of Provence.

  • A renowned estate rich in history! The Château de Saint Martin is located in the heart of Provence, ideally situated between the Mediterranean Coast (Gulf of Saint Tropez at 25km) and the Gorges du Verdon in the...
  • Fréjus, 2000 years of History ! Fréjus was the first Roman military harbor of the Mediterranean coast. Nowadays it is a popular city of Art and Culture because of its numerous historical monuments to visit. Roman...
  • Enjoy Brunch “Made in Provence” & Discover the Vineyard’s Secrets Fancy tasting wine and make a nap under an olive tree with the song of cicadas? Take it easy during a half day, discovering all...
  • Tour in the French Fig Capital !   The history of the fig While some places are famous for their wine or their cheese, Solliès-Pont in known for its fig, more precisely its “violette”. The fig finds in Vallée...
  • The Castille Domain A 300 hectares park located in a typically Provençal forest to spend great time between calm and serenity. A friendly place to enjoy nature though its paths, walking or pony riding following the...
  • A Queen’s Favourite Retreat in the Heart of Provence Come and discover this extraordinary property Cru Classé des Côtes de Provence, where the owner will tell you himself the history of his castle, to meet...
  • The Cradle of the Côtes de Provence AOC Wine Visit of the Château Font du Broc (wine estate): if you like old stones and traditional “savoir-faire”, immerse yourself in this authentic wine estate, and discover...
  • Le Lavandou a beach paradise … Le Lavandou unwinds its 12 fine sandy beaches over nearly 8 miles. Lying at the foot of the Maures hilly slopes, these offer a scenic background to all water sports activities. ...