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Domaine du Rayol

In Rayol-Canadel-sur-Mer, plunging into the sea facing the Hyères islands, the Domaine du Rayol is a protected natural area owned by the Conservatoire du littoral since 1989.

Landscaper Gilles Clément designed Le Jardin des Méditerranées, an invitation to travel through the Mediterranean landscapes of the world (California, Chile, South Africa, Australia, Mediterranean basin, Canary Islands) and landscapes with a more arid or subtropical climate (Mexico, Asia, New Zealand, Subtropical America).

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Domaine du Rayol, Le Jardin des Méditerranées

Avenue Jacques Chirac (anciennement Av. des Belges)

83820 RAYOL-CANADEL-SUR-MER

On the coast road, between Le Lavandou and

St-Tropez

Tél : 04 98 04 44 00 

  • Visitors with a Domaine du Rayol ticket benefit from a preferential rate of 10 euros instead of 15.
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Villa Noailles

Villa Noailles, designed by architect Robert Mallet-Stevens, is an art center that hosts various exhibitions every year, as well as the International Festival of Fashion and Photography and the Design Parade.

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Villa Noailles

Montée Noailles

83400 HYERES

Tél : 04 98 08 01 98 

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Abbaye du Thoronet

Built between 1160 and 1230, the Thoronet Abbey is, with Silvacane and Sénanque, one of the three Cistercian abbeys of Provence. A masterpiece in danger after the Revolution, its restoration began in 1841.

The purity and simplicity of the volumes, essentially dictated by the organization of community life, inspired generations of architects. Le Corbusier visited the site in 1953: “At the time of” raw concrete “, blessed, welcome and greeted, during the journey, such an admirable meeting. »

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Abbaye du Thoronet

83340 LE THORONET

25 minutes by car from Brignoles.

Tél : 04 94 60 43 96