LES 10 INCONTOURNABLES DE L'OUEST VAR
Le Best Of de La Seyne sur mer, Ollioules, Saint-Mandrier et Six Fours !
Les 10 incontournables ce sont les meilleures visites, les instants à vivre, que vous ne devez pas manquer pendant votre séjour en Ouest Var.
Pourquoi ? car nous en sommes surs, vous allez les adorer ! Qui résisterait à un coucher de soleil sur la Méditerranée, bercé par les vagues, ou encore à une partie de pétanque au son des cigales. Regarder un lever de soleil doré dans la baie de Tamaris, faire un pique nique sous les pins de l'île du Gaou ou encore plonger dans la mer d'un bleu profond à l'île des Embiez...
Cette liste recense tous nos endroits préférés de l'Ouest Var. On les aime, alors on vous conseille de ne pas les rater !
Bora Bora French Polynesia in 4K
Our six day honeymoon vacation in Bora Bora, French Polynesia filmed in 4K. Here is a video aimed to capture all our memorable and meaningful experiences in paradise. Please see highlights of the following tours:
Bora Dream Pictures and Lagoon tours - Vincent Brossault
Shark and Ray Feeding Tour by Moana Adventure Tours
Vitamin Sea Sunset Sail
Bora Bora Parasailing
Pure Snorkeling by Reef Discovery
Vacation package booked through: Tahiti Legends
Resort: Le Meridien Bora Bora
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Once upon a time in France
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Compilation of Paris, World Heritage UNESCO sites & most beautiful villages and places from the southern part of France.
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Places to see in ( Bandol - France )
Places to see in ( Bandol - France )
Bandol is a popular coastal town and wine growing region in the western part of the Cote d'Azur and to the west of Toulon. As a tourist destination, Bandol is not a newcomer to the scene: Thomas Mann, Aldous Huxley, Marcel Pagnol, and D.H. Lawrence all spent time here. Bandol is many things to many people.To boating enthusiasts it is a vibrant harbour accommodating about 1500 boats of all sizes, to land-based vacationers Bandol is a beach town and buzzing hub of activity.
Your visit to Bandol will start with a promenade around the harbour, an attractive palm-tree lined walk backed by some lovely pastel painted houses. Around the port in Bandol there are also several bars and restaurants as well as a casino. At the west of the harbour you can also visit the Bandol tourist office and see the town kiosk.
The centre of the traditional village of Bandol is around a square called the Place de l'Europe immediately behind the promenade. This square is actually a series of three squares separated by raised terraces where a large fountain, shady plane trees and lively cafes combine with the view across the harbour to make a very attractive traditional Provencal square.
At the top of the square is one of the most important historic monuments in Bandol, the Church Saint-Francois de Sales. The streets around the square are also interesting to explore with a surprise around every corner for example an ancient fountain, a tiny ancient house and flower boxes or a grand Belle Epoque villa.
Beach enthusiasts will be pleased to know there is a wide choice of beaches in Bandol, including several sandy beaches in the town itself as well as smaller rocky bays and creeks, mostly reached by following the coast path a short distance. The sandy beaches in the centre of Bandol are the most popular and can become quite crowded in the summer. The Anse de Renécros is a lovely circular beach that is just west of the centre and almost completely enclosed, so waves are quite calm.
Most of the sandy beaches are east of the centre and include Plage Centrale, Plage du Casino and Plage du Grand Vallat while the smaller rocky beaches are to the west - favourites include the Plage Eden Roc, Plage l'Anglais and the Plage des Engraviers. We especially liked the position and view from the Plage l'Anglaise but it did involve a walk to reach the beach from Plage Capelan. A popular trip from Bandol is to visit the island of Bendor, just a short distance away (about 7 minutes by boat) and which also has beaches and restaurants, a nice promenade around the island and a wine museum.
Beach lovers can enjoy a leisurely change of scenery from day-to-day between the busy beaches of Bandol and those of Sanary-sur-Mer slightly to the east, and more down-to-earth Saint-Cyr-sur-Mer slightly to the west. There are many small villages in the Bandol area that are worthy of a look around including Cadière and Castellet to the north of here. A visit to Bandol should also include a visit to the city of Toulon where Jacques Cousteau set out on a lifelong exploration of the sea and where the military traditions of the sea are everywhere evident. Visitors arriving by boat are within a close sail of the magnificent white chalk calanques along the coastline between here and the port of Marseille some fifty kilometers to the west.
( Bandol - France ) is well know as a tourist destination because of the variety of places you can enjoy while you are visiting Bandol . Through a series of videos we will try to show you recommended places to visit in Bandol - France
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CAVALIÈRE - LE LAVANDOU au Côte d'Azur varoise
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Cavalière est un petit village situé 6 km à l'est du Lavandou à la Méditerrannée dans le VAR en France.
C'est un petit paradis comme le petit film montre.
Cavalière is een dorpje dat 6 km ten oosten van Le Lavandou ligt, aan de Middellandse Zee in de VAR in Zuid Frankrijk. Het is een paradijsje, zoals het filmpje laat zien.
Nice, France, along the Côte d'Azur - the complete movie
We are taking you to Nice along the beautiful shores of the French Riviera. We will walk the little lanes and look at some shops, we will show you the beach, the open market Cours Saleya and bring you on a walking tour through the old town. We will be spending three days in Nice, because there is so much to see in the city and also in the nearby towns along the Côte d'Azur. This is a longer version of three previously uploaded movies.
The south coast of France along the sunny Mediterranean Sea is one of the world’s most beautiful destinations dotted with colorful seaside towns and inland villages. You'll find that Nice makes the perfect home base from which you can easily reach those other destinations like Cannes and Monaco. Nice has got the biggest collection of hotels, it's got a wonderful old town, a very attractive new town, great transportation with the tram and the major train station and just a beautiful place to be.
One of the great street markets of France is located here in the wide Cours Saleya. This plaza features fresh produce and flowers throughout the day and many the stalls are open right into the early evening, except on Mondays when it becomes an antique market and some other used goods peddled by colorful vendors.
Just inland from the Cours Saleya you'll find the Old Town of Nice. For many visitors it will be the highlight of the city, wandering through these narrow pedestrian lanes lined with historic buildings and shops, lots of restaurants, bars, town squares with fountains and statues, a church here and there. It's just a great spot to explore and hang out. The old town consists of narrow labyrinths, not really streets, more of a maze with blocks of shops of every kind along these narrow twisting lanes.
The old town of Nice is something very special - not so much because of historic monuments or great churches or important single buildings that are inside the old town, but just the total atmosphere, the environment, the simple walking lanes, the shops and the people. There are actual locals living here, there are kids out playing, the residents are upstairs looking down from their windows and you really get a feeling of community here, of authenticity, especially in the off-season when it's not too crowded with tourists walking through the lanes - that helps quite a bit.
You'll find souvenir shops with the typical Provençal items especially the colorful fabrics and the pottery. There's also lots of food in the stores, go for the cookies maybe. We’re just rolling along together, this is part of our visit to the south of France a small group of us traveling together and sharing in the sites.
We especially enjoyed the local cuisine of this casual restaurant. They specialize in crepes and socca and salads and that's really all you need for a very nice lunch. Creperie Breton.
We're also going to have a look at the very attractive downtown of Nice. We'll take you down the main shopping street, show you some of the side lanes and do a little winetasting.
You'll obviously take time to explore Nice’ s main commercial Street, Avenue Jean Medicin, stretching about 10 blocks from Place Massena north to the train station and packed with many boutiques and anchored at the lower end by the large department store, Galleries Lafayette.
This is the kind of really local and authentic neighborhood that's often overlooked by typical guidebooks and video tours, but this is really part of the heart and soul of Nice. This is where locals hang out, where they go shopping, where they get a bite to eat, go to the café, have a beer, which makes it a good place for shopping and for people-watching.
It's so amazing how these pedestrian streets have transformed the cities of Europe. Just a decade ago these kinds of streets would've been filled with cars and trucks in pollution and noise, and the movement swept through the continent to convert these little streets in the heart of the town into pedestrian malls.
Then we're taking you to an evening viewpoint to watch the sunset along the shore, and then up to the top of Castle Hill for a spectacular view looking down over the town.
To get this view you walk along the east end of the waterfront promenade on the Quais des Etats Unit, and to the end you'll have this rocky outcrop with a terrace, with a commanding view looking back along the pebbly beach of Nice.
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Loisirs dans le Haut-Var Verdon
A la découverte des loisirs dans le Haut-Var Verdon, au cœur d'une nature exceptionnelle et généreuse.
Tour de France des plages : Méditerranée
Tour de France des plages : découvrez les stations littorales de Méditerranée, membres du Club Littoral de Atout France.
Plages du Méditerranée
Plus de 410 plages, calanques et criques sont référencées. Vous y trouverez le plan d'accès pour les plages du Var, des Alpes Maritimes, des Bouches-du-Rhône (PACA), avec photos et infos pratiques comme l'existence de commerces/parkings à proximité, d'un accès handicapés, d'une zone naturiste ou encore d'un pavillon bleu.