What to see and do

At the crossroads of the region

Located in Néoules, in the Var, the Rose des Vents enjoys an exceptional location. Indeed, the establishment is located at the crossroads of several tourist activities. Sea lovers can enjoy the beaches of the Côte d'Azur, while green tourism enthusiasts can indulge in forest walks or hikes. Wine lovers will discover the wine estates. Finally, for motor sports enthusiasts, the Paul Ricard circuit is only a few kilometers away.

seaside tourism

A few kilometers away, there are exceptional sites. Giens and Hyères are must-see destinations for sea lovers. Giens is a peninsula that offers fine sandy beaches and wild coves, and Hyères is a city that seduces with its historical and architectural heritage.

The Golden Islands, not far from the coast, are gems. The island of Porquerolles is renowned for its heavenly beaches and hiking trails. 

Bormes-les-Mimosas, located about thirty kilometers away, is a picturesque village with Provençal charm.

Further south, there are Toulon and Le Lavandou, two seaside towns that offer a wide variety of water activities. The beaches are numerous and everyone can find what they are looking for.

Beach, nature, wine, cultural and automotive tourism are experiences not to be missed. 

The beaches are numerous, varied and always magnificent, and there are many water activities.

Green tourism

The region of Néoules offers many possibilities for lovers of green tourism. La Sainte-Baume, a few kilometers away, is a mountain range that seduces hikers with its magnificent landscapes and marked trails. La Provence Verte, for its part, is a region rich in forests and preserved natural areas. The Gorges du Verdon, located further north, are also an exceptional place for hiking enthusiasts, with breathtaking landscapes. Finally, Sillans-la-Cascade is a picturesque village which is home to a magnificent waterfall over 40 meters high.

Wine tourism

The Var is a renowned wine region. The Côtes-de-Provence and Bandol appellations are the best known, but there are other more confidential but equally interesting appellations. The wine estates of the region are often family farms, where the winegrowers pass on their know-how from generation to generation. Visitors will be able to taste quality wines, made from various grape varieties, such as Mourvèdre, Grenache, Cinsault or Vermentino. The hilly landscapes, covered with vines as far as the eye can see, offer an enchanting setting.

Cultural tourism

Take advantage of the many picturesque villages to discover, such as Cotignac, Carcès or Entrecasteaux. These medieval villages have retained their charm of yesteryear, with cobbled streets, stone houses and shady squares. Fans of religious architecture can also discover jewels of Romanesque art, such as the Abbey of Thoronet, the Abbey of La Verne or the Abbey of Sénanque, which testify to the spiritual richness of the region. These historical monuments are often located in exceptional natural settings, such as green valleys or wooded hills.

Car tourism

The surroundings offer two prestigious circuits: Circuit Paul Ricard at Le Castellet and Circuit du Luc. The Circuit Paul Ricard is known for having hosted many automobile competitions, such as the Formula 1 Grand Prix de France. This circuit offers high-level services, with modern infrastructure and state-of-the-art equipment. The Circuit du Luc, more modest in size, still offers great opportunities for driving on the track for motor sports enthusiasts. At the Rose des Vents, visitors can park their vehicle safely in the car park.