Join a great wine tasting tour in the South of France! Discover the medieval village of Le Castellet, the small port of Cassis and taste some Bandol and Cassis vintages in two wineries.
The village of Le Castellet is one of the highlights of the Var department in Provence. Perched on a wooded hill overlooking the vineyards, this picturesque village offers an exceptional panoramic view of the Sainte-Baume massif. Stroll along the little cobbled streets within Le Castellet's well-preserved ramparts and visit its many art and craft workshops.
Afterward, you will discover the wines produced in the Bandol area. Sheltered by the Sainte-Baume massif to the north, whose summit is 1147 meters high, its terraced vineyards descend towards the sea surrounded by majestic hills. The local wineries produce high-quality red, rosé and white wines which can be found on the best chef's tables.
Finally, you will reach the charming coastal town of Cassis, which is situated in a natural calanque among pine forests, white and ochre rocks and vineyards stretching to the Mediterranean Sea. Cassis is protected by two natural monuments: the Cap Canaille massif which glows red when the Mistral blows, and the white limestone of the famous calanques.