Stay in Sillans-la-Cascade in the Var

Sillans-la-Cascade is a typical village in the Var in Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur region. It is known throughout the region for its 40-metre high waterfall.

Where to stay in Sillans-la-Cascade?

Discover below our selection of guest rooms, cottages, holiday rentals and hotels in Sillans-la-Cascade :

NameType of accommodationBooking
Auberge du Grand ChêneHotelI book at the best price
Les PinsHotelI book at the best price
Longo MaïBed and Breakfast with poolI book at the best price
Villa des soleilsGuest house with swimming poolI book at the best price
Villa ValrocVillaI book at the best price

What to do in Sillans-la-Cascade?

It is impossible to pass through Sillans without a visit to the famous waterfall. It is located at the entrance to the village when you come from Salernes. You can park on one of the car parks. Then, you will walk for 15 to 20 minutes in the middle of the pines to finally access the observation platform in front of the waterfall. The color of the water, turquoise blue, is absolutely magnificent. The path to the waterfall is well laid out and properly maintained. However, it has a number of steps so if you have difficulty getting around, this may be a problem.

In the centre of this provençal village, you can observe the ramparts which give a rather charming medieval character to the places. It is possible to visit several exhibitions in season at the 19th century castle. There are also some small craft shops in the surrounding alleys.

What to do around Sillans-la-Cascade?

Sillans-la-Cascade is at a crossroads. At 15 minutes, you can discover Barjols and its fountains. On the other side, Cotignac awaits you with its famous sanctuary. A little further down, you can visit the castle of Entrecasteaux. Last, you can get to Salernes, the city where the Provençal tomette is still being manufactured or Aups, the capital of black truffle.

If you want to go to the sea, it will take a good hour's drive south.



Provence is the region where I was born and also one of the most beautiful in the world. I am very proud of it and I love to share my secrets with tourists passing through the Var and the French Riviera.