Tourism in Belgentier

Located in the department of Var, the village of Belgentier awaits you in the middle of typical landscapes of Provence.

Life here takes on a whole new meaning.

Various nature activities are proposed by the professionals of tourism or freely accessible in this village on the borders of the Sainte-Baume massif. There are numerous hiking trails in the village, with itineraries adapted to children as well as experienced walkers. In the surroundings of the Var, there are many nature activities: horse riding, tree climbing, via ferrata, climbing, paragliding…

From the shores of the Mediterranean Sea to the high meadows of the valleys of the Alps, the attractiveness of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region is also based on renowned specialties. The local markets are a unique opportunity to enjoy a convivial experience, while buying local products that you will savor a few hours later, for example as an aperitif.

The magnificent landscapes are not the only tourist attraction of Provence: chapels, churches, castles, museums, fountains are as many invitations to discovery. To find out more, you can contact the Tourist Office or the Tourist Office. Would you like to stay in or around Belgentier? Do you want to stay in Belgentier? In order to help you prepare your stay, we offer you quality accommodation.

The Sainte-Baume Massif

Between Toulon and Marseille, the Sainte-Baume massif culminates at an altitude of more than 1000 meters. Hikers and cycling enthusiasts will be able to discover numerous itineraries of all levels within the massif. This natural site conceals exceptional flora and fauna, with a relict forest made up mainly of beech trees. La Sainte-Baume is a land of spirituality, Christian but also pagan. Numerous vestiges testify to this. The Basilica of Saint-Maximin and the Grotto of Sainte-Baume have preserved the relics of Mary Magdalene for centuries. At the foot of the massif, the town of Saint-Maximin is dominated by a basilica that is remarkable in many ways. During your walks in the Park, you may come across dry-stone constructions that are partly buried. These are coolers, which were used to produce from the 17th to the 19th century the ice loaves intended for the bourgeoisie of Toulon, Aix-en-Provence or Marseille.

Museums in the Var department

The Museums in the Var department host a wide variety of collections. Small or large museums or foundations, you’ll find many ideas for cultural outings! For example, you can visit the antique museum of Tauroentum in Saint-Cyr-sur-Mer, the typewriter museum in Bargemon, the Terra Rossa museum in Salernes, the Queen Victoria museum in Hyères…