Boasting views of the vineyard, the grounds of Château de Valmer are home to two tree houses, perched in hundred-year-old oaks. Squirrel Tree House (15m² - 2 people) and Rabbit Tree House (36m² - 4 people) boast sophisticated décor and terraces with views of vines and countryside. Staying in this unique room with all its wooden decoration is the stuff that childhood dreams are made of, and will certainly be one vacation to remember!
A coastal town located on the Côte d'Azur, Saint-Tropez became an internationally known seaside resort around the 1950s for its passionate artists during the New Wave movement, followed by the Yé-yés and finally, as a privileged holiday destination for European and American jet setters. More commonly known as “St-Trop”, the town never fails to charm visitors with its gorgeous beaches and nightlife. But this town definitely has a lot more to offer. Discover the corsair city with its lofty 16th century citadel and the cobblestone streets of La Ponche bearing witness to Saint-Tropez’s past as a fishing village.
Built on the hillside, Ramatuelle offers magnificent views of the Pampelonne bay whose famous beach stretches over 5 kilometers in length with fine sand. In addition to this heavenly place for relaxation, the village – enclosed in a walled enclosure – possesses a real charm. Discover the pink tiled roofs, old stone houses with period doors and windows, and a myriad of unique narrow streets. The cultural life is particularly rich due to prestigious festivals (jazz, classical music, theater).
Big or small, open to the public or not, the inlets here are absolutely stunning. Pristine and unspoilt, steep, easily accessible or challenging, they welcome you with open arms. These preserved places, containing a mixture of fine sand, pebbles and rocks, are real gems that allow you to disconnect and discover the exceptional beauty of the seabed.