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Make A Holiday Rental Villa in Bargemon, Provence, Your Home Away From Home

Bargemon is a small village situated in the Var Department of the Provence region, close to the Cote D’Azur in southern France. Visitors looking to spend their holidays in Bargemon may wish to stay in one of the many self catering apartments and villas available in the forested hills surrounding the commune.

Things to Do on Holiday in Bargemon, Provence, France

As well as the obvious draw of the many beaches and coves that are dotted all along the Cote D’Azur coast, visitors spending their holidays in Bargemon may also wish to travel northwards into the Alps. Here travellers may wish to partake in some skiing or other winter sports the area is so famous for. It is therefore true to say that if you are looking to spend your holidays in Bargemon in a self catering villa or apartment you are perfectly located to enjoy the best of both worlds - lazing on a beach or enjoying life on the piste.

Places to Visit on Holiday in Bargemon, Provence, France

Perhaps the most popular draw for visitors spending their holidays in Bargemon is the famous Saint Tropez and its upmarket shopping and beaches. The Cavalaire-sur-Mer is the longest beach in the area and has a far more laidback and relaxed vibe. Other attractions include the ancient hilltop village of Bormes-les-Mimosas and the Iles d’Hyeres with its natural underwater park. The largest city in the area, Toulon, is a popular draw for many visitors enjoying their holidays in Bargemon. Here visitors can explore the historic Old Town area, with its many fountains, old squares and cathedral. Toulon also boasts a wide selection of shops, boutiques and department stores for those seeking some retail therapy.

Weather in Bargemon, Provence, France

Visitors looking to enjoy their holidays in Bargemon, Provence, will be drawn by the region’s comfortable Mediterranean climate. Summer temperatures in Bargemon can reach up to 35 degrees Celsius. Winter temperatures seldom drop below 3 degrees Celsius. Bargemon experiences an average annual rainfall of around 22 inches.

Travel to Bargemon, Provence, France

Visitors looking to spend their holidays in Bargemon will expect to fly to Toulon-Hyeres Airport (TLN). There are a number of airlines offering regular and affordable flights to Toulon, including British Airways, Air France, KLM and Ryanair. There are a wider choice of direct flights from the UK for those wishing to spend their holidays in Bargemon to Nice, which is approximately 40 miles away. Flights depart from such UK airports as London Stansted (STD), Belfast (BFS), Manchester (MAN) and Cardiff (CWL).

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Charming townhouse in the centre of the village.

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The property has two lovely balconies, with views of the hills to the back (great for an evening meal and to watch the nightly flying display of the roosting swifts) and over the leafy square at the front. It is well equipped and comfortable, particularly for two people. It can certainly accommodate more but note that occupants of the ground floor bedroom need to use the top floor toilet and shower. Bargemon is a lively and picturesque village. We stayed for 3 weeks in May, watching spring turn to summer, which included a presidential election, a celebration of the end of WW2 (complete with vintage military vehicles) and the Fete de Genets. We found the local shops excellent and sufficient for our needs - supplemented by a trip to the Maison des Vins in Les Arcs. We didn't travel too far from the local area apart from that - visiting nearby markets and villages and enjoying some good, if steep, walks with spectacular views and stunning wildflowers. All in all a wonderful holiday that was both relaxing and stimulating.
  • Review Submitted: Jun 12, 2017
  • Date of Stay: May 2017

Beautiful holiday home, very well maintained with lots of space and so much character.

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This is a magical place, situated with maximum privacy and amazing views of Bargemon. Very tastefully designed home,converted to a very high standard. Well kept with all the necessities in the kitchen for catering for a family. The only things I missed were a sieve and another larger pot for cooking for larger number, small things!! Easy to walk into Bargemon in 10 minutes. A very enjoyable place to visit and stay.
  • Review Submitted: Jun 09, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jun 2017