La perle du Haut Var
Under the shade of the hundred-year-old plane trees
Bargemon, ” La perle du Haut Var “
Nestling in chalky and woody hills, the village is at the edge of the Dracénie region and Artuby.
Bargemon is set between the coast (Fréjus, Saint-Raphaël, St Tropez and Cannes) for their beaches, to the north the Gorges du Verdon, to the east the lake of Saint Cassien and to the west the lake of Sainte Croix.
The name Bargemon comes from the celtic Berg, which means mountain. More recently, Bargemon was named ” Perle du Haut Var ” because of its geographical location. It is like a Pearl in the middle of an oyster between the Barres of Blaque-Meyanne and the col du Bel Homme (951m above the sea level) to the north and surrounded in the southeast by Saint Anne’s hill. So Bargemon is just like a jewel in a case.
The medieval village of Bargemon is an ideal destination to stay for those who are looking for peace and calm as well as being well situated for visiting the area. Perched on a hill at 480m above the sea level so you can enjoy the pure air and wonderful views over the surrounding countryside under a clear blue sky.
In the heart of the village you can stroll from museums to fountains and shady squares under 100 year old plane trees, easing yourself into the gentle mood of the medieval village and its riche history.
Autoroute A8 – Exit 36 (Le Muy) then D25 direction Les Gorges du Verdon Callas – Bargemon
TGV Station – Les Arcs Draguignan
Nice Côte d’Azur Airport (90 km)
Toulon-Hyères Airport (100 km)
There are a selection of different restaurants to choose from pizzeria,
traditional and gastronomic cuisine
The Bargemon Associations arrange events throughout the year
and you are welcome to participate