Stay in Brignoles in the Var
Need a few days of vacation in the sun? Brignoles is a popular destination for holidaymakers. Sun, soil, unique landscapes, the Var is home to treasures that you must absolutely know and the city of Brignoles is one of them.
Brignoles is a city located in the Var, in the south of France, about an hour from Marseille and 45 minutes from Aix en Provence.
Where to stay in Brignoles?
Discover below our selection of guest rooms, cottages, holiday rentals and hotels in Brignoles :
|Name||Type of accommodation||Booking|
|Hostellerie de l'abbaye de la Celle||Luxury hotel||I book at the best price|
|Holiday home Chemin de Cadéou||Guest house with swimming pool||I book at the best price|
|Mercure Brignoles Golf de Barbaroux||Hotel near a golf course||I book at the best price|
|Domaine Le Clos du Pavillon||Bed and breakfast in the middle of nature||I book at the best price|
|La Cordeline||Bed and breakfast||I book at the best price|
|Yourte de Chantilly||Yurt with swimming pool||I book at the best price|
What to do in Brignoles?
By going to Brignoles, the city of the Counts of Provence, you will take a real step back in time. Brignoles is an agricultural city and has been since Roman times. Today, its Saturday morning market on Carami Square is a must, an attraction for tourists but also a pride for the inhabitants.
For lovers of history and medieval times, come and visit the palace of the Counts of Provence. It was both a courthouse and a prison. Transformed into a museum after the war of 39-45, it takes you back into the history of Provence.
The historic centre allows you to continue your journey through time. If you look closely at the facades, you will discover various inscriptions, traces of this medieval period. The streets are narrow and take you to small squares with fountains.
If you want to change your era, come and discover the dolmen of adrets. Classified as a historical monument, it consists of a slab of more than 10 tons. The dolmen dominates the plain and Le Val.
In summer, there are festivals and festivals that punctuate the lives of the inhabitants. Brignoles hosts the annual art and wine festival, the medieval festival of Brignoles.
What to do around Brignoles?
By taking the tourist train from the Var centre, you can go on an adventure. You visit other villages with their rich soil and spectacular landscapes. Take a moment to visit the Abbey of Thoronet. Built between 1160 and 1230, it dominates the hinterland of the Moorish massif.
Stay a few hours in Salernes, a city known for its traditional tile making. It is also known as the city of ceramics. In Barjols, there are more than thirty fountains and laundries waiting for you. Most of them have an original shape. You will discover for example the Slug Fountain or the Mushroom Fountain.
Correns, the first organic village in France, is the ideal place for a hike in the heart of nature in the Sourn valley, on the banks of the Argens river.
The nearest town to Brignoles is Saint-Maximin, just 10 minutes by the A8 motorway. Saint-Maximin is very famous for its basilica.
There is no shortage of activities around Brignoles and in Brignoles. Just take the time to enjoy these breathtaking and soothing landscapes.