Stay in Tavernes in the Var

Tavernes is a small typical Var village of 1,400 inhabitants. This charming little hamlet has a flourishing agriculture, mainly around the cultivation of olive trees and vines.

Where to stay in Tavernes?

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

NameType of accommodationBooking
Au Puits de la FontaineBed and BreakfastI book at the best price
Maison BrentonGuest house with swimming poolI book at the best price
Villa AndréeFamily villa with swimming poolI book at the best price
Gite De CostebelleLodging with swimming poolI book at the best price

What to do in Tavernes?

After visiting the old village, you can start a walk in the middle of nature towards Notre Dame de Bellevue. The round trip requires a 2-hour walk from Tavernes. The distance covered is a little more than 7 km with a slight difference in altitude. Once you reach the top, you will have a breathtaking view of the valley with Tavernes in the foreground and the hills of the Petit and Grand Bessillon in the background. If you are looking for a little greenery, this walk in the Provençal country is very pleasant.

If you are a keen hiker, you can extend your hike by 5 km to the Trois Croix site. The view of Haute Provence is sublime.

If you like wine, you can visit the Château La Curniere winery. This is an opportunity to discover the work of the vine. You will visit the cellar with its tanks. Your escapade will end with a tasting of the estate's wines. It should be noted that the estate also produces olive oil.

What to do around Tavernes?

You won't be bored. Tavernes is located in the heart of the Haut Var region, which offers a wide range of activities. The surrounding villages are not lacking in charm : Barjols, Fox Amphoux, Varages, La Verdière or also Montmeyan. You can rent electric boats and canoes at Lake Quinson, just past Montmeyan. This lake is 20 minutes from Tavernes. Your trip will allow you to sail on the Verdon. You can also swim there, as long as you are not too cold because the water temperature rarely exceeds 22°C.

If you want to go to the sea, the French Riviera is an hour's drive away via Saint Maximin.



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.