tourism in the Var departmentages

Tourist destination of the Var, the village of Varages seduces by its picturesque charm.

Do you want to go green and rest away from the noise? During your stay, the village of Varages will offer you the calm you are looking for.

in the Var departmentages, nature is always close by. This is the opportunity to go hiking or cycling on the roads and paths of Provence Verte. During your stay in Provence Verte, you can also try out other activities. For example, do you want to try rock climbing? Would you like to try your hand at tree climbing?

The cuisine of Provence Verte is also a real tourist attraction. The local markets are a unique opportunity to live a convivial experience, while buying the local products that you will savor the same day, for example as an aperitif.

Churches, fountains and wash houses, monasteries, castles and abbeys… Discover a local heritage rich in surprises. You can contact the Tourist Office of Varages for interesting tourist sites in the area. Are you looking for accommodation in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur? Discover a selection of accommodations to spend your stay in the department of Var: bed and breakfast, hotels, campsites…

Provence Verte

This natural region is visited for its landscapes. Numerous nature activities are proposed. Provence Verte is also appreciated for its picturesque villages such as Barjols, Correns or La Celle, or for its heritage. Hiking, mountain biking, horse riding, visits to villages and tourist sites are some of the activities that await you in the Var departmentages.

Museums in the Var department

During your stay, also push open the doors of the museums of the department of the Var. Dozens of museums await you, including the hermitage of Saint-Ferréol and the museum of sacred arts in Lorgues, the art museum of Toulon, the museum of the Brignoles region in Brignoles…

Since the 16th century, Varages has been home to ceramists. Indeed, the terroir lends itself particularly well to this activity as there is an abundance of clay and sand, as well as wood to fuel the kilns. The Varages earthenware museum still bears witness to this period, and certain craftsmen continue to perpetuate this know-how.