Stay in Bandol in the Var

Bandol is a small city in the Var with about 10.000 inhabitants. It is located on the French Riviera along the Mediterranean sea between Marseille and Toulon. Bandol has a large marina.

Where to stay in Bandol?

Discover below our selection of guest rooms, cottages, holiday rentals and hotels in Bandol :

NameType of accommodationBooking
Splendid HôtelHotelI book at the best price
Hôtel & Spa Île Rousse Bandol by ThalazurHotelI book at the best price
Hôtel Dolce Fregate ProvenceHotelI book at the best price
Villa Azur GolfBed and breakfast with poolI book at the best price
La Villa FarnienteVillaI book at the best price

What to do in Bandol?

Bandol is a great holiday destination if you want to be by the sea. The city is bordered by many beaches :

Bandol is located just in front of the Paul Ricard Islands : the island of Bendor and the island of Embiez. It takes 10 minutes by boat to reach them. These two islands have retained a very wild character. You will be able to discover many places of interest, including the Paul Ricard Oceanographic Institute and the Wine and Spirits Museum.

On the land side, Bandol has a golf course (at Dolce Fregate). Every day, the market is held in the Place de la Liberté. There are also night markets in summer on the quai Charles de Gaulle.

Bandol is also an AOC recognized throughout the world. Bandol wine is even celebrated during the Millesime Festival every December.

If you like hiking, you can take the coastal path which offers superb views of the sea and the creeks. With your family, you can visit the Sanary-Bandol Zoo, which is both a refuge for many animal species and an exotic garden with hundreds of plant species.

What to do around Bandol?

Bandol is less than 15 Km from Toulon. The creeks of Marseille are about thirty 30 km away. Cassis is 20 km away. Just next to Bandol, you can visit the pretty little villages of Sanary-sur-Mer and Saint-Cyr-sur-Mer. The main attraction of the coast is of course the beauty of the beaches bordered by the azure blue of the Mediterranean sea. In summer, the number of tourists is very high. It is often more interesting to discover the coast in June or September when not all summer visitors are yet on the coast.