After you arrive there are many ways to spend your time in and around the beautiful village of Callian. Le Touareg is located on the edge of Callian and as such commands spectacular views of the village from the terrace.
Callian is perched on the hilltops running parallel to the Mediterranean coast, along with 5 other villages, approximately 30-45 minutes from the sea.
For the historians Callian boasts a Stately Castle (12th – 13th Century), a 17th Century Parish Church, the 12th Century Penitents Chapel, the 10th Centure Notre Dame Chapel, St Donat Chapel and a 19th Century Oil Mill.
There are also three restaurants, a supermarket, butchers, pharmacist and artisan boulangerie to name but a few, ensuring one never goes hungry or runs out of supplies.
In March Callian holds a Spring Fair, in May the Ste-Maxime Festival, June is host to a Craft Fair, a Soupe au Pistou is held in early September and December sees the Christmas Market come to Callian.
You can enjoy horse riding, tennis or a vigorous walk through the mountainous terrain. Swimming, canoeing and wind surfing are available on the Lac de St Cassien or gliding at Fayence.
There are also 2 world class 18 hole golf courses at “Terre Blanche”.
Nice, Cannes and Antibes are all well within an hour’s drive.