The Var region: A real treasure
Between land and sea

Just 8 km from Fréjus, our holiday village is the perfect location for discovering the Var region. Bordered by Bouches-du-Rhone to the west, the Vaucluse, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence to the north and Alpes-Maritimes to the east, it extends to the Mediterranean Sea to the south! Our authentic, natural Azur region is a delight to explore, between land and sea, with seaside towns and typical Provençal towns and villages. The variety of its reliefs and landscapes, from the mountains to the sea, make it a favoured tourist destination. As does its Mediterranean climate and exceptional sunshine!

Fréjus, the heart of the Azur
Seaside resort

Fréjus, a seaside resort in the heart of the Côte d’Azur, is a town of art and culture, combining tradition and modernity, between Cannes and Saint Tropez. The main military port for the entire Roman Mediterranean,

Fréjus (known as Forum Julii in Roman times) overflows with history, art and culture. With superb monuments such as the arenas, the amphitheatre – one of the oldest in Gaul, the ruins of the thermal baths, an aquaduct and the Gates of Gaul. There is also lots of more recent architecture to discover, including the chapel designed by Jean Cocteau in 1961.

Nestled between the Esterel and Maures mountains, it is also a top holiday destination for families and friends and those that love nature, the sea, relaxation, outdoor pursuits, gastronomy and the Provençal terroir… A paradise right on the doorstep of our holiday village, with sumptuous white sandy beaches, the raw and authentic Esterel mountains, bustling ports and urban city centres with a rich programme of events.

Saint Raphaël
At the foot of the Esterels

At the foot of the Esterel mountains, Fréjus’ neighbouring town Saint Raphaël boasts incredible charm.

Our neighbour is equipped with 36 km of coast, between the Esterel mountains and the Mediterranean coast. Rich in coves and rocky inlets, its fiery red coast contrasts the blue of the Mediterranean, much to the joy of visitors to the area. The azure blue seaside is complemented by a historic town centre and pedestrian streets, ports and residential areas (Valescure, Agay) brimming with breath-taking panoramas… Certified a Port de Plaisance Exemplaire, Station Nautique and Pavillon Bleu des Ports, the town has also been classified as a natural site by the European network Natura 2000.

With 10 million overnight stays a year, Saint Raphaël is the Var’s most popular tourist town. Its rich programme of cultural events and lively atmosphere make it an absolute must for guests at La Pierre Verte.

The Gulf of Saint Tropez
Nuance and contrast

The Gulf of Saint Tropez also boasts an intense charm full of nuance and contrasts.

Walk through the pedestrian streets of its twelve charming villages, packed with tradition, art, crafts and the scents of southern France along the botanical paths.

World-famous Saint Tropez is the high point of this part of the Var. This mythical village on the Côte d’Azur, which continues to attract stars from around the world, is bursting with activities to discover. Shopping, tours of famous vineyards, a museum steeped in history, meals at a chic restaurant, a dip in the sea at an enchanting beach, parties into the small hours… everything is possible in Saint Tropez!

Other charming, floral Azur communes worth visiting include Cavalaire-sur-Mer and its sublime bay, Cogolin and its marina, Port Grimaud – the “Venice of Provence – and its lakeside city, and Sainte Maxime and its many soft sandy beaches…

With authentic charm

If you are looking for real authenticity, you will love the charm of the villages of Pays de Fayence (Montauroux, Fayence, Callian, Seillans, Tourrettes, Saint-Paul-en-Forêt, Mons, Tanneron), Draénie and the Haut-Var.

Nature lovers will be able to explore legendary sites like the Verdon Gorge, and the lakes of Sainte-Croix and Saint-Cassien, where they can take a breath-taking break on the water’s edge, perfect for family outings.