Popular Accommodations in Var
Highlights in Var
- Holiday at the Cote d´Azur
- Famous beach of Saint-Tropez
- Wine cellar in Bandol
- Dolmen of Gaoutabry above the bay of Hyères
Most popular in Var
Prices and availability
Vacation rentals in Var
In Var you can choose from a wide range of apartments and cottages located in the city, in the countryside, on a lake, on the coast or close to a ski resort. A chalet in Var, which is equipped with a pool, sauna and fireplace, offers you a great deal of comfort. Here you can count on absolute privacy and excellent interior design. You can book many accommodations in a house where a porter will take care of your personal well-being. In addition, additional services such as breakfast, shuttle service or bicycle and boat rental are often offered by the landlord.
Holiday in Var
Location and orientation
Var is a département in France located in the south-east of the country. Var belongs to the Provence-Alpes-Cote region d´Azur and has a long Mediterranean coast in the south. The main towns of Var are Brignoles, Cogolin and Draguignan.
Var has a coat of arms showing a golden lily, a red tournament collar and a blue lace on gold.
Top 3 travel tips
In Var, the main attraction is the coast with its miles of Mediterranean beaches. The most famous beach is certainly that of the Gulf of Saint-Tropez. The beach of Cavalaire-sur-Mer is the longest in the region. In the department of Var you will also find numerous small coves where you will find plenty of privacy and quiet access to the sea.2. Tasting delicious wines in the wine region
Var is characterized by numerous vineyards in the hinterland, which you can explore wonderfully while hiking and walking. Such hikes in the Esterell or to the Verdonschlucht are particularly beautiful. The wine cellars in Bandol invite you to taste the wonderful wines in a cosy atmosphere.3. Visit prehistoric contemporary witnesses
In the Département Var there are several dolmens, i.e. megalithic complexes built from stone blocks. These were mostly used as burial places, such as the dolmens of Gaoutabry above the bay of Hyères. Further dolmens can be found in Ramatuelle and at Mons.