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Dracénie, in the heart of Provence

The Dracénie Provence Verdon Agglomeration is a grouping of 23 villages, the largest city of which is Draguignan. Outdoor activities, cultural or sporting, are not lacking in Dracénie. Let yourself be surprised by the beauty of this generous nature and in particular, by the many vineyards in the region. Discover this wonderful region in the south of France on a hike with family, friends, alone or in pairs.

Wine lovers will be delighted during their visit to this sumptuous region with multiple remarkable vineyards: the Domaine du Dragon, Château l'Arnaude, Château de Berne or Domaine Bastide du Plan, are to be discovered.

Callas and perched villages

Callas is a wonderful village with characterful houses and narrow cobbled streets. Its numerous passages, its doors dating from the 18th century, its small shaded squares, its oil mills, its washhouses and its Notre-Dame-de-Pennafort Chapel, will take you back to another era, in the heart of a small medieval town. of Provence.

Located near Callas, some hilltop villages steeped in the history of Dracénie are also worth discovering, such as Ampus and its exceptional panorama, Bargemon and its many fountains or Claviers and its medieval church.

The Pennafort Gorges

In 10 minutes you will be in the Pennafort Gorges. This natural wonder offers a resplendent view of the surroundings. In the heart of a wild and green nature, you will be surprised by the height of the precipice and the greenery of the walls. Without difficulty, you can take many walks along the river.


In this picturesque village, you will discover a natural curiosity: the Sillans waterfall. From the belvedere or during a walk along the river, you will discover resplendent nature and turquoise water. With family or friends, Sillans-la-Cascade is a must in the region.

Gorges du Verdon

Considered the most beautiful canyon in Europe by the color of the water and their exceptional preservation, the Gorges du Verdon are surveyed by a large number of visitors each year. This site, protected since 1990, is to be discovered on foot, by car or during a lazy session on the banks of the Lac de Sainte-Croix.