Tourism in Le Val

Are you staying in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur? Discover Le Val, a pretty village in the heart of the Var department. This authentic village can be discovered along the streets. The historic center of Le Val has various stores, offering visitors the various businesses they need during their vacation such as bakeries and grocery stores.

In Le Val you can discover different outdoor activities. Take out your bike or mountain bike, put on your backpack and walk along the paths of Provence Verte. You can enjoy many other activities in Provence Verte. You can opt for a horse riding session, or try your hand at rock climbing, for example.

In Le Val, as everywhere in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, the local gastronomic tradition is a real tourist attraction. The terroir of Provence Verte invites you to various gourmet getaways, to discover the know-how of local producers.

For centuries, people have been contributing to the charm of the landscapes of Provence Verte. Now, chapels, churches, museums, and castles are all open to visitors. The local Tourist Office will be able to inform you about the activities available in the region, the museums, the tourist sites and the unmissable events.

Are you looking for accommodation in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur? We offer vacationers a wide choice of accommodation in the Var department. Numerous hotels, campsites, and bed and breakfasts await you. You can easily find accommodation.

Provence Verte

This natural region, bathed by the Argens river, can be visited for its landscapes, for its picturesque villages such as Montfort-sur-Argens, Pontevès and Le Val, and for its history and heritage (Abbaye de la Celle or Château d’Entrecasteaux, for example).

Museums in the Var department

During your stay you can visit many museums. The Var department has several dozen, including the Simon Segal museum in Aups, the Conservatoire du Patrimoine du Freinet in La Garde-Freinet, the Musée de Faykod in Aups, the Maison de la Nature des Mayons, the public school museum in La Farlède, the Musée de la Résistance in Aups, and the Museum of woodturning in Aiguines.