Discover the Var



Coastal hikes :
- Port Miramar - Les Salins
- Argentière beach - Fort de Brégançon
- Dolmen of Gaoutabry
- Mine of Argentière

Without forgetting about the vineyards around Camping les Moulières and in La Londe Les Maures that carry the “Côtes de Provence” quality label since 2008.


Ideally located to enjoy swimming at the Mediterranean Sea and edged with fine sand beaches for 1 km, Camping les Moulières is also an excellent starting point to visit the Var and some of the main tourist sites like the Fort de Brégançon, Bormes, the islands of Port-cros, Porquerolles and Le Levant or the Gorges du Verdon.

From the harbour of Miramar you can take a boat to the Golden Islands (ferries with several crossings per day and free parking).

For more information about the region
visit the website of the Tourist Information Office of La Londe-les-Maures.

  • Bassins du Marineland d'Antibes - © Spencer Wright

    Sea animal shows in Antibes

    Marineland in Antibes is a theme park about sea life. The entire family will enjoy the shows with dolphins and killer wales, but also to admire the sharks in their aquarium, as well as the turtles. The site of Marineland also houses a leisure park for children and various water activities (water slides, wave pool, etc.).

  • L'abbaye du Thoronet

    Abbey of Thoronet
    A historical monument at the heart of the Var

    This historical abbey is nestled at the heart of the Mediterranean forest. It is one of the 3 Cistercian abbeys of the Provence. Its construction started in the 12th century. Cistercian construction rules were strictly followed: destitution and purity. The simplicity of the abbey’s architecture makes a striking emotion.

  • Collobrière

    The ‘Chartreuse de la Verne’

    The ‘Chartreuse de la Verne’ dominates at the heart of the Maures forest massif. This monument was founded during the 12th century, at the initiative of the bishops of Fréjus and Toulon. Over the centuries, La Chartreuse has known several modifications, but it was restored during the 20th century, in order to bring it back to its original state. This beautiful building is accessible on foot, leaving from the lovely village of Collobrières.

  • Rade de Toulon

    Roadstead of Toulon
    One of the most beautiful bays of Europe

    The roadstead of Toulon, nestled between the high hills covered by pine trees, is one of the most beautiful natural bays of Europe. From the Mont Faron, accessible by cable car, you can admire an impressive panorama from Toulon to the peninsula of Saint Mandrier. You can make a commented boat trip though the roadstead and along national vessels, with in particular the aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle when it is not out on a mission.

  • Les salins de Hyères - © Johnjohn83var

    The salt marshes of Hyères
    Biodiversity of the Var coast

    The salt marshes of Hyères are two wetland sites that stretch on the peninsula of Giens. They offer a beautiful landscape to discover, but most of all they house more than 200 bird species and 300 Mediterranean plant varieties. All year round, guided tours are organised to observe the birds and the flora, but also to learn more about the century long salt works of the region.

  • Ilots de l'Estagnol - © B Delpeuch

    The coastal path
    Hiking along the sea

    From the Argentière beach to the Fort de Brégançon, the coastal path stretches over 9 km. Along this path, you’ll only find beaches, creeks, vineyards and hills.

  • Port la Londe

    Hiking in La Londe les Maures
    Hiking tracks

    The town of La Londe-les-Maures offers various hiking tracks to discover the surroundings of this lovely town along the Var coast. The hike called the "promenade des annamites" (about 2,5 kilometres) connects the village to the harbour along a car-free itinerary, ideal for hiking and cycling.

  • Piste cyclable

    Cycle path
    Cycling between Toulon and Saint-Raphaël

    Between Toulon and Saint-Raphaël the 72 km long cycle track will allow you to discover some of the most beautiful landscapes of the Var, on a track reserved to non-motorised vehicles only. It is an easy track to try with your family.

  • Route des vins et des domaines

    Wine route
    Tastings in the Var

    From La Londe-les-Maures, the route of the wines and estates will allow you to discover, from cellar to cellar, the delicious wines of the Provence.

  • Dolmen de Gautabry - © Philippe Cosentino

    Dolmen of Gaoutabry
    Megalithic remains in La Londe-les-Maures

    This dolmen can be reached at the end of a lovely hike. It is set at 4 km north from La Londe-les-Maures, in the Maures massif, at 198 metres height, on top of a hill. It is part of about a hundred dolmens that can be admired in the Provence, including about fifty in the Var. This dolmen offers a beautiful sight on the area and mainly on the islands of Hyères and the Fort de Brégançon.

  • Le sentier sous-marin

    Underwater visit
    Visit the underwater life of the Var

    The underwater visit is located at the edge of the rocky spur of the Argentière and Pellegrin beaches. During this secured and buoy signed visit you van discover the life under water with the help of a mask, fins and snorkel. The visit is punctuated with information signs about the ecosystem of the Var coast.

  • Saint-Tropez

    Town of artists and stars

    For more than a century now, Saint-Tropez has been charming artists. At first, painters decided to meet in this small fishing harbour edged with pastel coloured houses, before the international jet-set came to settle here for the summer season. However, the town is worth a visit beyond these clichés, to discover the small alleyways and the Musée de l'Annonciade where you’ll find the works of the painters who were inspired by the Côte d'Azur.

  • Plage de l'Estagnol

    Estagnol beach
    Idyllic lagoon

    This white fine sand beach forms a small lagoon, shaded by a pine forest, making it a small and unspoiled paradise. The water is shallow here allowing you to swim with children. This beach is equipped with showers, toilets and restaurants, and has a paid parking space open from March to October.

  • Plage du Pellegrin Argentière - © Baptiste Rossi

    Pellegrin beach
    Fine sand beach

    Pellegrin beach stretches over 800 metres between La Londe-les-Maures and Bormes-les-Mimosas. Partially shaded by a pine forest, it is slightly sloping. It can be accessed by the coastal part from the Argentière beach (about 10 minutes walking).

  • Fort de Brégançon - © Patrub01

    Fort de Brégançon
    A presidential palace

    At the end of the hamlet of Cabasson, one of the most beautiful sites of Bormes-les-Mimosas, erects the Fort de Brégançon. This former defense fort has become the official residence of the French presidents in 1968, which made it so famous. Since 2014, it is possible to visit the monument. Tickets to visit the fort are for sale at the tourist information office of Bormes-les-Mimosas.

  • Plage de Miramar

    Miramar beach
    A fine sand beach at 1 km from the campsite

    The Miramar beach is easily accessible from camping les Moulières. It is a big and clean family beach. It offers sanitary facilities and showers, as well as a first aid station during the summer season. This spacious and large beach is equipped with a sports field (volleyball, beach soccer, etc.).

  • Iles d'or

    Golden Islands
    Port Cros and Porquerolles

    From the marina of La Londe-les-Maures, at only 1 km from camping les Moulières, a ferry will bring you from the Côte d'Azur to the islands of Levant, Port Cros, Porquerolles. Porquerolles welcomes you in a charming little village edged with white sand beaches and cycling tracks, while Port-Cros, more unspoiled and steep, offers you creeks, hiking tracks and scuba diving sites.