Discover the French department of Var


Port Grimaud, one of the most famous lakeside cities in the world, and all this after only fifty years of existence. A colorful port, nicknamed "Little Venice of Provence" and labeled Heritage of the 20th century, which never ceases to amaze.

Verdon Gorge

The Gorges du Verdon have their source near the Col d'Allos and stretch for about 100 km. In places, their vertiginous depth reaches 750 meters! Its dimensions naturally make it the largest canyon in Europe!

Hiking on the coast

From Saint-Raphaël to Bandol, the coastal path passes through the most beautiful villages, coves and sandy beaches to do in the Var. The route is divided into multiple sections, which will suit the most seasoned hikers as well as Sunday walkers.

Var beaches

The Côte Varoise has some of the most beautiful beaches in Europe. Some have become legendary in movie scenes, while others are wild and unspoilt. The pebble and fine sand beaches are ideal for family swimming and naps in the shade of the umbrella pines.

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Throughout this activity at the heart of Domaine Lou Capelan, you will be able to understand the different stages leading to the vinification of our Bandol wines. It will then be time to move on to practice with the tasting of our different cuvées.

Nautical sports

Kitesurfing, water skiing, paddle boarding, windsurfing, surfing… The sea offers lovers of skiing one of the most attractive and ideal playgrounds to always stay in top shape.

There are so many things to do in the Var...

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