Explore the region

Discover the region by discovering these must-see addresses. Beautiful days and afternoons await you during your stay at our campsite in Bormes-les-Mimosas. 

The little tourist trains

Le Lavandou and La Londe both offer an original and pleasant way to discover their charms: the little tourist train. 

The little Lavandou train will take you through the picturesque alleys of the town, along the seafront and to the most beautiful beaches. You will be able to admire the coastal landscapes and the points of interest of this seaside resort. 

For its part, the little train of La Londe will take you through the lively streets of the city, allowing you to discover its heritage, its shops and its restaurants. 

It's a fun and practical way to enjoy the attractions of these two charming Mediterranean cities.

The unavoidable

The region also offers historical treasures not to be missed, such as the Abbey of Collobrières. Nestled in the charming village of Collobrières, this 12th century Benedictine abbey is a real architectural gem. With its Romanesque architecture and peaceful gardens, it offers an enriching visit for lovers of history and spirituality. 

Another fascinating site to discover are the dolmens of La Londe. These megalithic monuments dating back thousands of years offer an intriguing glimpse into prehistory and testify to the region's antiquity. Visitors can explore them on walks through the surrounding nature.


The region is full of captivating museums that offer enriching cultural experiences. 

The Saint Clair Museum in Lavandou offers a collection of contemporary art in a magnificent setting, offering a unique artistic immersion. 

In Toulon, the Toulon Museum offers an insight into the maritime history of the region, with exhibits on the navy, navigation and the arsenal. 

History buffs can also visit the mining museum in Cap Garonne, which traces the history of local mining. 

The castles

The region offers an array of historic castles to discover. 

The castle of Bormes, perched on a hill, is a medieval jewel that offers breathtaking views of the city and the sea. 

The Château de Brégançon, located on a peninsula, is an emblematic site used as a presidential residence. It is surrounded by beautiful gardens and offers panoramic views of the Mediterranean. 

In addition, the island of Port-Cros is home to a castle dating from the 16th century, offering testimony to the history of the island. 

The parks

Nature lovers will be delighted by the parks near Camping du Grand Batailler. 

The Parc du Rayol in Canadel-sur-Mer is a remarkable garden that showcases the richness of Mediterranean flora. Visitors can walk around and admire a wide variety of exotic plants. 

The La Londe Zoological Garden offers an immersive experience with a variety of animals. Visitors will have the opportunity to get up close to local and exotic wildlife, while enjoying a natural setting.

Not far from there, the Parc Olbius Riquier in Hyères offers vast green spaces, a zoo and a botanical garden.