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The Plage

Baie de Pampelonne – Ramatuelle
The Plage de Pampelonne is in the town of Ramatuelle, 5 km south of St.-Tropez on the bay of Pampelonne. On five kilometers of white sand coast you’ll find the most prestigious private clubs, including the Plage de Tahiti, le Voile Rouge, Coco Beach, Tiki Club, Crystal Beach Club, Moorea Plage and Le Club 55, La Bonne Terrasse… These private clubs offer the utmost in terms of charming atmospheres, exclusive services, entertainment, DJs, and refined catering, keeping the beach alive from morning to the end of the night.
Naturism allowed. Very relaxed and mixed atmosphere, which is increasingly rare! The gays are concentrated next to the showers from which trails leave through the reeds.

Naturist coves – Cavalaire-sur-Mer
Access: coming from Rayol by the RN559, in front of the campsite “Bon Porteau ».

Dunes of Saint-Aygulf
Access: 300m east of Estel Plage. the gay nudist beach named “Les Esclamandes »

Beach of Brouis – La Croix Valmer
Access: in the direction of Cavalaire, in front of the Mandarine residence, take the path that leads to the landing beach, to the right of the concrete jetty.

Monaco Beach – Le Pradet
Access: coming from La Garde Toulon enter the Pradet. At the traffic lights, when you arrive at the Citroen garage, turn right. The parking is 200m after. At the end of the car park is the sign indicating the Monaco beach. Take the path on the left immediately along the fence. Enter the forest and walk about 5 minutes. Out of the forest, you see the sea;the beach is below on the left. To access it, go down the small staircase, and take the path on the left. After about 100m, take a path on the right, the descent is quite steep … and the
trail is not very visible …

Jonquet Beach – La Seyne sur Mer
Access: Cross La Seyne sur Mer. Take direction Fabregas district. Park before Fabrégas beach. Difficult access after half an hour of walking. Bottle of water to predict! Description: beautiful wild and steep corner, bathing in the rocks, a setting a little similar to the creeks of Marseille … However, the beach is mostly hetero and the site little shady.

Frédéric Mistral Beach – Toulon / le Mourillon
Access: bus n ° 3, stop Battery Low, creeks with access by the stairs or by the path of the Customs, after the artificial beaches.

Naturist beach – Le Lavandou
Access: Located on the RN559 towards Cavalaire, before the Pointe du Layet, go down towards the sea, a little before the railway bridge.

Saint-Tropez

Saint-Tropez is a coastal town located on the Côte d’Azur, in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region in the south-east of France. Long appreciated by artists, the city attracted the international “Jet Set” in the 1960s, and still seduced by its beaches and nightlife. The paved area of La Ponche bears witness to its past as a fishing village, although yachts are now more numerous than fishing boats in the Old Port.

In Saint-Tropez, the central square of Lices lined with cafes hosts a colorful market twice a week. Restaurants and nightclubs run along the iconic sandy beaches of Pampelonne and Tahiti. The Annonciade Museum houses Post-Impressionist paintings from the 19th and 20th centuries, including the former Tropézien Paul Signac. Dating back to 1602, the citadel of Saint-Tropez overlooking the city bears witness to its tumultuous past and houses a maritime museum in its dungeons. The citadel and the coastal path offer panoramic views of the coast and the Mediterranean Sea.

Gorges du Verdon

Straddling the departments of Alpes de Haute Provence (04) and Var (83), the Gorges du Verdon is a canyon dug by the river Verdon for millennia. The Gorges du Verdon canyon is located between the towns of Castellane and Moustiers Sainte Marie. A road makes it possible to cross the gorges and to discover unforgettable and majestic landscapes, how not to advise you to take your time and to discover villages like Rougon or La Palud on Verdon. The first will be a feast of ballads of all kinds and incredible panoramas, while the second will be a deserved break in this place reminiscent of the valleys of the lower Alps.

Outside the villages, you will take pleasure in discovering the Sublime Point, which offers a sensational view to these visitors and others less known as Couloir de Samson point of departure or arrival of the Martel trail. For those who would like to discover another vision of the road gorges, you can rent a pedal boat to the mouth of the Verdon and Lake St.Croix to pass under the bridge of garrets and up a few hundred meters Verdon Gorge.

The Castle Estate Bern (domaine du chateau de Bern)

The wine estate of Château de Berne produces Côtes de Provence red, rosé and white, recognized among the region’s references. You will discover the mysteries of the wine during a cellar visit and a commented tasting. Several formulas are available to discover the secrets of winemaking.

Hiking at Bern Castle
The 500-hectare park contains unexpected and wonderful places … The 6 hiking trails allow you to discover this exceptional site, its agricultural environment, its banks, its forest and of course its culture of Vine. For a soothing or more sportive ride, it will be an opportunity to fully enjoy the landscapes, fauna and flora. A moment of discovery ideal for all nature lovers!

Domain of Astros

This is the rose supplier of Villa Bacchus since forever!
The Château d’Astros (wine estate) is Marcel Pagnol’s “Château de ma mère” with its bronze lions and plane tree alley.
The Domaine d’Astros brand brings together rosé, red and white wines to drink on the fruit.
An essential complement to the iconic bottles of Astros. Under the name Domaine d’Astros, the Maurel family produces wines from the Pays des Maures appellation. Wine “pleasure” par excellence, to enjoy with friends around the best recipes of Provencal cook.