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Mireille Bouis
Vieux chemin de Cotignac


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To get to your destination, follow these travel directions: Leave the A8 at the Brignoles Carcès D554 exit. Look for signs directing you to the right onto the D562. At the crossroads, take the D45 road towards Correns. Once you reach the village, turn right and continue towards Barjols via the St John route, after passing the 300m Argens bridge. Keep going until you see the rosemary on your right.



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min. max. min. max.
extra bed
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1 55 45 20 oui


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  • Abbey of Thoronet: Located about 10 kilometers from Vieux chemin de Cotignac, the Abbey of Thoronet is a Cistercian monastery dating back to the 12th century. It is known for its stunning Romanesque architecture and tranquil surroundings, making it a popular tourist destination.
  • Gorges du Verdon: Situated around 35 kilometers from Vieux chemin de Cotignac, the Gorges du Verdon is a breathtaking canyon often referred to as the "Grand Canyon of Europe." Visitors can enjoy hiking, kayaking, and taking in the stunning views of the turquoise waters and dramatic cliffs.
  • Lac de Sainte-Croix: Located nearby the Gorges du Verdon, Lac de Sainte-Croix is a picturesque freshwater lake known for its crystal-clear waters. It offers various water activities such as swimming, kayaking, and paddleboarding, as well as several beaches and picnic areas.
  • Château de Saint-Martin: Situated approximately 20 kilometers from Vieux chemin de Cotignac, the Château de Saint-Martin is a stunning castle nestled amidst vineyards. Visitors can take guided tours of the castle, explore its beautiful gardens, and indulge in wine tastings at the estate's vineyard.
  • Museum of Prehistory of Quinson: Located about 25 kilometers from Vieux chemin de Cotignac, the Museum of Prehistory of Quinson showcases an extensive collection of artifacts and exhibits related to the prehistoric period in the region. It offers an educational and immersive experience for history enthusiasts.
  • Basilique Sainte-Marie-Madeleine: Situated in the town of Saint-Maximin-la-Sainte-Baume, approximately 30 kilometers from Vieux chemin de Cotignac, the Basilique Sainte-Marie-Madeleine is a stunning Gothic-style basilica. It houses the tombs of Mary Magdalene and King Louis II of Provence, attracting both religious pilgrims and history lovers.
  • Château d'Entrecasteaux: Located about 15 kilometers from Vieux chemin de Cotignac, the Château d'Entrecasteaux is a beautiful 16th-century castle surrounded by lush gardens. Visitors can explore the castle's interior, admire its elegant architecture, and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere of its extensive grounds.
  • Museum of Fine Arts of Toulon: Situated in the city of Toulon, approximately 50 kilometers from Vieux chemin de Cotignac, the Museum of Fine Arts showcases a diverse collection of art spanning different periods and styles. It is a great place to appreciate both classical and contemporary artworks. These tourist attractions offer a mix of historical, natural, cultural, and recreational experiences, allowing visitors to explore the beauty and richness of the Provence region in France.

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