Tourism in La Croix‑Valmer

The villages of Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur are confidential destinations, to be shared among insiders. This is the case of La Croix-Valmer, a charming village in the heart of the Var. This typical village of the French Riviera will seduce you by its authenticity. The village of La Croix-Valmer offers to the 2800 inhabitants, as well as to visitors passing through, useful stores and a peaceful atmosphere.

Do you want to take advantage of your vacation to try your hand at friendly outdoor activities? Numerous hiking trails await you in this unspoiled area of the Côte d’Azur. You can also try your hand at many other activities in the Var: horse riding, initiation to climbing, tree climbing, paragliding…

Taking advantage of Mediterranean influences, enhancing a generous terroir, the local culinary tradition is a tourist attraction in its own right. The area close to La Croix-Valmer invites you to enjoy culinary visits, to discover the producers and the regional markets.

Men have contributed to the beauty of the landscapes of the French Riviera: churches, castles, museums are all open to visitors.

You can organise your stay in this very welcoming region by contacting the Tourist Office.

Are you looking for accommodation near La Croix-Valmer? You can discover a wide choice of accommodation to spend your stay in the Var: bed and breakfast, hotels, campsites…

Under the sun of the French Riviera

La Croix-Valmer is a seaside resort appreciated by lovers of the Mediterranean. At the gateway to the Gulf of Saint-Tropez, it offers tourists sumptuous beaches and a preserved coastline where small rocky coves and secret coves follow one another. Thrill-seekers and sports enthusiasts will be able to practice numerous activities on the spot or in the surrounding area, such as flyboarding, jet-skiing, scuba diving, parasailing, kayaking… Bars and restaurants will then welcome you for a moment of relaxation in a friendly atmosphere, for an ice cream, lunch or a drink shared with your family and friends.

The Golden Islands

Discover off the coast of the Massif des Maures the archipelago of the Golden Islands. Port-Cros, once protected from ancient barbarian attacks by the Eminence Tower, the forts of Estissac and Port Man, has an exceptional biodiversity. Various birds nest there, such as the Luecophée gull, the booted eagle and the peregrine falcon. The island of Porquerolles also conceals a truly exceptional biodiversity. Since 1971, the island has been home to the Mediterranean National Botanical Conservatory. The National Park covers the Golden Islands, but also an exceptional coastal fringe. Finally, the island of Levant, the easternmost of the Golden Islands, is home to the reserve of arbutus trees. Still on the island of the Levant, Heliopolis is one of the oldest naturist villages in Europe. The Park also protects magnificent seabeds. vacationers can go boating, scuba diving or enjoy the beaches, always with respect for natural areas.

Museums in the Var department

Many museums welcome you in the Var department. for example, you can discover the Frédéric Dumas diving museum in Sanary-sur-Mer, the aquarium of the Paul Ricard Institute in Six-Fours-les-Plages, the arts and history museum in Bormes-les-Mimosas, the national navy museum in Toulon…