Enjoy the magnanimity of the climate of the Riviera, providing sun and heat from early spring through late autumn.
Late autumn in the Var offers a magnificent coastline, allowing you to enjoy its sumptuousness throughout the year.
The Var has several seaside resorts which are very popular in the summer, including Sainte Maxime, Cavalaire sur Mer, the Lavandou, and among the most famous in the country: Saint-Tropez. Not to be forgotten are the peninsula of Giens, the Porquerolles islands and Port Cros not far off shore.
The Résidence du Bailli, located in one of the best preserved coves in the Gulf of Saint Tropez is nestled halfway between the towns of Saint-Tropez and Bormes-les-Mimosas.
The perfect Résidence to enjoy an apartment on the seaside smack in between the major attractions of the Var.
Beach, relaxation, swimming, diving and pleasure boating are possible in the summer…but also walking in the Esterel mountains, near Fréjus, the Varois coast can be a true dream during late autumn.
Other than these activities, the Var department has many exceptional villages to visit preferably in late autumn to avoid the crowds of the high season. They include: the village of Fayence, which hangs on a hillside, between the sea and the mountains, surrounded by Provencal scenery. The village of Grimaud with its two distinct parts: the old medieval village and the lakeside village of Port Grimaud, known as the “little French Venice” or Bormes-les-Mimosas: located across from the Hyères islands. Holiday resort for the European and American Jet Set, Saint-Tropez and its little fishing port and pleasure boating harbor remains a not-to-be-missed destination during a stay in the Var. There are many others to discover…
Some of the “must see” visits of the late autumn: visit the wineries in the vineyards and enjoy the possibility to taste the best vintages in the cellars at La Croix, Minuty, Bertaud Belieu, or Bandol.
Art lovers, the Var offers a large choice of exhibitions in Toulon during late autumn.