At the start of the Route de Mimosa, you will find the charming 12th century village of Bormes les Mimosas. Within the volcanic rock forming Massif des Maures, this rustic village offers visitors a chance to see the diversity of flora in the region. Mimosa, with its fragrant yellow blooms covers the grounds everywhere you look. From any of the seafront hotels in Bormes les Mimosas, you can see mimosa in flower and artists and craftspeople at work. Come during the Grape Harvest Festival. Be smart and book in advance with EasyToBook.com. This assures you can enjoy your stay in one of the several comfortable discount Bormes les Mimosas hotels.
Start your visit with a walk to the Church of Saint Trophyme. This 18th century church has an elegant winged altar. Stroll over to the cemetery. Stop here to admire the memorial to Jean Charles Cazin. He was a noted landscape artist. Walk from your hospitable hotel in Bormes les Mimosas to the seafront. From there, make your way to the Tour de l’Hourage. This 18th century clock tower is visible throughout the town. You can see it clearly from the rooms in several family-run Bormes les Mimosas hotels. End your stay by making your way over to the Museum of Art and History. Here, you can learn about the town’s origins. Alternatively, go to Fort Brégançon. It is the graceful summer home of the French President. Such dignitaries as Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana have graced its halls.
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