Stay in Le Lavandou in the Var
Le Lavandou is a small city in the Var region between Saint-Tropez and Toulon, along the Maures massif. Le Lavandou faces the islands of Port-Cros, Porquerolles and Levant.
Where to stay in Le Lavandou?
Discover below our selection of guest rooms, cottages, holiday rentals and hotels in Le Lavandou :
|Name||Type of accommodation||Booking|
|Hotel de la Fossette||Hotel||I book at the best price|
|Villa Thalassa Art||Bed and Breakfast||I book at the best price|
|Hotel Baptistin||Hotel||I book at the best price|
|Résidence Le Mas||Apartment||I book at the best price|
|Villa vue sur Le Cap Nègre||Villa||I book at the best price|
|La Residence du Cap||Apart Hotel||I book at the best price|
What to do in Le Lavandou?
Le Lavandou is a destination completely set towards leisure for the greatest happiness of holidaymakers. The town is bordered by several beaches :
- Anglade beach to the south,
- Saint Clair beach,
- the great beach of Lavandou,
- Fossette beach,
- Aiguebelle beach,
- Jean Blanc beach,
- Rossignol beach,
- Layet beach,
- Cape Nègre beach,
- Parmousquier beach to the north.
Most of these beaches are home to clubs offering nautical activities : scuba diving club, sailing club, water ski school, etc... You will be able to walk along the sea on the coastal path. Enjoy the peaceful atmosphere and the natural surroundings. This 3 Km circuit is as pleasant for a jogging session in the morning as it is for a short walk in the evening.
If you like the wilderness, take the boat to the Golden Islands. This archipelago is absolutely heavenly. You will be able to make many hikes there or simply enjoy the fine sandy beaches bordering the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Scuba diving enthusiasts will appreciate the diversity of the seabed around these islands.
Le Lavandou is in the sanctuary of Pelagos. Why not take part in a naturalist outing to cetaceans to discover dolphins and whales in their natural habitat.
On the cultural side, you can visit the villa-studio of Theo van Rysselberghe, a neo-impressionist painter from the end of the 19th century. This villa has become an art centre where various exhibitions are held.
Every year in March, Le Lavandou organizes the Corso Fleuri. It is a big and colourful festival where floats decorated with flowers parade through the city.
What to do around Le Lavandou?
Le Lavandou is just next to Bormes les Mimosas, a medieval village where the summer residence of the presidency of the Republic is located at the fort of Brégançon. You can also visit the tropical bird garden at La Londe les Maures.
Heading west, you'll come to Hyères and Toulon. To the east, Saint-Tropez offers itself to you.