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Var Coast

var coast property

Tranquil Var Coast The Var’s coast is more preserved and sedate than other Cote d’Azur areas; its treasures are painstakingly cared for and monitored. Take in La Ciotat in the West, travelling east via the island of Porquerolles, Le Lavandou, and the well known resorts of St Tropez, Ste Maxime to St Raphael in the East. […]

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St Tropez

St Tropez property

International St Tropez The International tourist area of St. Tropez is worldwide known. Here you will discover: Famous beaches such as : Bouillabaisse Beach, Caneliers Beach, Salins Beach; there are at least 40 beaches on the peninsula. The Place des Lices, populated by the Stars who meet there and to play “boules” under the plane […]

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Saint Raphael

St Raphael property

Multi-Cultural Saint Raphael Lying between the Mediterranean and the Esterel Mountains, Saint Raphael offers various sports like biking, hiking, horseback riding, and climbing. Saint Raphael is well known for its the sailing resort with its 42km. of coastline. All around the year, Saint Raphael organizes conferences, gala evenings, festivities such as celebrations of St. Baume […]

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Sainte Maxime

sainte-maxime property

Promenade on Sainte Maxime Sainte Maxime is situated in the Gulf of Saint Tropez, and it is a famous vacation resort in France. In the town of Sainte Maxime, you will find lively pedestrian streets, the beautiful gardens of the “Promenade”, and a wonderful view over the gulf with its famous beaches such as La […]

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Sanary sur Mer

sanary sur mer property

Picturesque Sanary sur Mer Sanary sur Mer has a quaint picturesque port with a shoreline path for visitors to stroll along, colourful façades and terraces shaded by palm trees. From the top of Notre Dame de Pitié there is a magnificent view of the islands. It is a lively village: a large carnival is held […]

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Porquerolles Island

Porquerolles property

 Gold Islands: Porquerolles Porquerolles is the biggest and the most flamboyant of the three Gold Islands in the Hyères gulf. A renowned vineyard… The island was bought in 1912 by “Monsieur Fournier” who apparently bought it as a wedding present for his wife; he planted two hundred hectares with grapevines. This later produced a top […]

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Le Lavandou

Le Lavandou property

World renowned Le Lavandou A truly beautiful village, the world renowned Le Lavandou is located at the base of the Maures Mountains, on the coast road to Saint Tropez. With over 12km coastline, facing the Iles d’Or (golden Islands: Porquerolles and Port Cros) Le Lavandou is made up of several villages including Cavaliere, Aiguebelle. All […]

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Grimaud property map

Grimaud and Port Grimaud This medieval village, situated in the middle of the Maures Mountains and also near the Saint Tropez gulf, provides a beautiful panorama to see. You can stroll throughout its quaint paved and flowered streets, and on the way discovering the Romanesque church with the ruins of the feudal castle. Take time […]

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Cogolin property

3 areas to visit in Cogolin Cogolin has three areas: The old village, in the mountains of the Maures, near the Saint Tropez gulf. The “Marines of Cogolin”, a few kilometres from the village, ready for many boats; at night, this resort offers various entertainment with its many shops, restaurants, and festivities. Port Cogolin, a […]

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Bormes les Mimosas

Bormes Les Mimosas

Two Aspects of Bormes les Mimosas Bormes les Mimosas has two sides: The old perched medieval village, with its coloured facades, its pink tiled roofs, its ramparts and old castle ruins. From here you have a truly splendid view onto the Porquerolles and Port Cros islands. The Marina with its dream boats and yachts and […]

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