Saint-Paul-en-Forêt resides on the edge of the Esterel mountains. 

The area offers walkers authentic streets and alleys, and can be the starting points for walks through the wonderful forest to Lake Rioutard amongst pine, white oak and cork trees. Besides nature trails the lake offers bass, carp, roach, pike fishing. 

The village became independent of Fayence in 1824 and was traditionally a producer of heather brooms. The village glass factory was prosperous until 1974 and visited by  Queen Jeanne who gave name to the big glass bottle – La Dame-Jeanne, often placed in a basket with two handles.

The Chapel of St. Joseph consecrated in 1030 was destroyed in 1884 during the route of the Draguignan road and replaced by The Church of St. Paul (XVIII). The church has a square bell tower and an ancient wodden statue of St. Paul, believed to have the power to ward off hail. 

  • Village of Callian


  • Provençale tomatoes


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    Château Sainte Roseline

  • View from Mons


  • Port Grimaud

    Port Grimaud & Saint Maxime

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    Domaine Terres Destel

  • Glider


  • Plage de Pampelonne

    Plage de Pampelonne

  • A lot of wine!

    Château de Berne

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    Domaines Ott*

  • Stunning coastline

    Le Dramont & Île d’Or

  • Île Saint-Honorat shoreline & monastery

    Îles de Lérins

  • La Camiole river waterfall

    La Camiole River

  • Village of Callian


  • Crystal clear waters

    Île de Porquerolles

  • Explore the vineyards

    Château Saint-Esprit

  • Gorges du Verdon

    Gorges du Verdon

  • Port Hercules Monaco

    Monaco & Cap d’Ail

  • Cannes fireworks


  • Explore the vineyards

    Château des Selves

  • Lac St Croix

    Lac de Sainte-Croix

  • SUP on Lac St Cassien

    Lac St Cassien

  • Explore the vineyards

    Domaine Grande Bastide

  • Mimosa forest


  • Montauroux


  • Village of Callian


  • St Tropez

    St Tropez

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  • Valensole

    Lavender fields of Valensole

  • Aerodrome