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Tourism and travel guide

The village of Barjols opens its doors to you in the magnificent landscapes of the Var. This authentic village unveils its charms to the visitors who go there.

The vacations are useful to take a big breath of fresh air? You can initiate yourself to hiking or to mountain biking or cycling on the trails and paths in the heart of the preserved landscapes of Provence Verte. Numerous activities are also proposed in Provence Verte : ultralight flying, climbing…

Bouillabaisse with the fish of the day on the coast, tapenade, socca and fougasse, ratatouille, gardianne de baureau, bush with goat’s or sheep’s milk, calissons, navettes or honey sweets… The attractiveness of southeastern France is also based on a cuisine that reflects the image of the region: welcoming and colourful. You can also take part in a selection of local markets in the region where producers share local products with you.

As you travel through the roads of the Var, you will discover tourist and historical monuments: churches or abbeys, old houses, castles or manor houses… You can find in Barjols the main stores, while benefiting from the serenity and joie de vivre of a village on a human scale in the Var.

Do you want to stay close to Barjols? Would you prefer to stay in a bed and breakfast, hotel or campsite? We can help you book the accommodation of your dreams. What to do in the Var? You can contact the Tourist Office or the Tourist Office to prepare your stay.

Provence Verte (Green Provence)

Bathed by the Argens river and its tributaries, this natural region is renowned for its landscapes and heritage. The nature activities are very present there: Mountain biking, hiking, canoeing on the Argens…

This former residence of the Counts of Provence can also be visited for its heritage, with remarkable villages such as Saint-Maximim, picturesque villages such as Le Val, Vins-sur-Camary or Montfort-sur-Argens.

Barjols’ historical heritage

The village of Barjols boasts an exceptional historical heritage.

The collegiate church dates back to the 11th century, and features simple, elegant architecture.

The tanneries, which have been in Barjols since the 17th century, have been restored over the past few years and are now home to artists’ studios, unusual dwellings and contemporary art venues…

The “chutes du Réal” district is home to a number of fine old houses, an oil mill, a paper mill and beautiful fountains.

Visiting Barjols : practical information

L’Office de Tourisme de la Provence Verte vous apporte toutes les informations nécessaires pour visiter Barjols :