Tourism & Discovery
Around the Mas des Bois
LES GORGES DU VERDON
Les Gorges du Verdon is a canyon dug by the Verdon river separating the Préalpes de la Castellane and the Préalpes de Digne in France, the LARGEST CANYON IN EUROPE, located in the north of Provence Verte. It is the largest canyon in Europe, it offers breathtaking landscapes. It is also the ideal place for family swimming or white water sports, water sports, all lovers of water sports in fresh water know Le Verdon well because it is one of the mythical places for canyoning, hydrospeed but also canoeing and electric boat, small or large, with family or friends, on one of the lakes or on Le Verdon itself, everyone finds an activity adapted to their needs.
MARKETS OF PROVENCE
- Provençal Market
All year round from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm
Historical heart of Fréjus
Places Formigé, Paul-Albert Février, de la Liberté, Calvini, rues de Fleury, Siéyès, du Docteur Ciamin, Désaugiers
Wednesday and Saturday mornings
- Traditionnal Market
All year round 8:30 am to 12:30 pm
Boulevards d’Alger et de la Libération voie sud, et place de la République
Place de la République
Tuesday and Friday morning
- Les Arènes
Terrain Gavarini, avenue de l’Agachon
Place dou Galoubet
Place de la Poste, avenue du Train des Pignes, boulevard Honoré de Balzac, rue M. Perrais
Tuesday and Friday morning
La Tour de Mare
Parc de stationnement de la Maison de Quartier
65, allée du Serpolet
- « La Vallée Rose »
Tuesday to Saturday from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm and Friday from 3:30 pm to 7:00 pm
Nocturnal Markets in summer season
From July 1st to August 31st
Every evening from 8pm onwards
On the plateform on square
Every evening from 7pm onwards
- Grand marché du Muy
place Victor Hugo – Sunday morning
The big market at Le Muy takes place regularly in the morning on Sundays. It is Allée Victor Hugo, also called Place Victor Hugo, it is on the central square of the city.
On this market there are more than 100 stalls offering fruit and vegetables, fish and seafood, meat and sausage products, products from local producers and products and clothing, utensils, furniture, toys or other non-food products.
ROCHER DE ROQUEBRUNE
The Roquebrune rock, a classified site of national interest, is located in the municipalities of Roquebrune-sur-Argens and Le Muy. It stands between the Maures and Esterel massifs and is bordered by the Argens river at its feet. Its highest point, at an altitude of 372m, offers a 360° view of the Argens valley, Fréjus, the Esterel and in the distance the Alps.
Several hikes, accompanied or not, are available from the village of Roquebrune-sur-Argens.
The GR51 passes near the rock, follow the red and white markings. Make sure you contribute to the protection of the massif and respect for private property by staying on the marked trails.
THE THREE CROSSES
The presence of three crosses at the top of the rock since their origin, according to local legend, dates back to the death of Christ. It seems to have been attested since time immemorial for each of these crosses, the sculptor has chosen to pay tribute to three major artists in the history of art.
It was inspired by the famous “crucifixions” painted in the 14th, 15th and 16th centuries, masterpieces by Giotto, Grunewald and Greco.
THE VINEYARD BY BIKE
A 15-kilometre itinerary (eventually 40km) of gentle roads built by the Dracénoise Urban Community, allowing cyclists, rollerbladers, scooters, walkers and joggers to practice.
Draguignan –> Trans en Provence 3.5 km
Trans en Provence –> Sainte Roseline 5.5 km
Sainte Roseline –> Les Arcs sur Argens 4.5 km
Is a total of 13.5 km
Between the city centre of Les Arcs-sur-Argens and the roundabout of Sainte-Roseline au Muy, the walk extends over 4.5 km.
A rich heritage marks the circuit from Le Parage, the medieval city of Les Arcs and the chapel Sainte-Roseline, classified a historical monument.
From Draguignan or Trans en Provence, a second route offers an additional 3.5 km to the old Trans station, starting from Draguignan, at Boulevard du Comté Muraire. This former railway line of the train des Pignes, now paved, offers the greatest pleasure to walkers,
The wineyard by bike will connect tourist and leisure sites, estates and wine cellars between Vidauban and Le Muy with a link to Draguignan to join the Euro Vélo 8 Trans-en-Provence and Draguignan.
Discover the marinas of Saint-Pierre des Embiez, Bandol, Les Marines de Cogolin, Santa Lucia. The ports of La Coudoulière, Bormes les Mimosas, La Londe, La Madrague, Saint Pierre de Hyères les Palmiers, Fréjus, San Peïre des Issambres, Lavandou, but also the Old Port of Lecques de St Cyr/Mer, the old port of Saint Raphaël and the New Port of Lecques.