Hotel activities









Heated pool, solarium and Jacuzzis

Treat yourself to a moment of true pleasure as you take advantage of the pool at the Hostellerie La Farandole. All year round, you can submerge yourself in the turquoise waters of this vast heated pool, or relax in the shade of the surrounding parasols of the solarium. Upon this sun-dappled terrace, sit back comfortably on one of the sun-loungers made available to you. The hotel also offers a roof-terrace Jacuzzi from where the perspective of the sea below is simply breath-taking.

Gorguette beach

In Sanary-sur-Mer, the Hostellerie La Farandole looks out onto the stunning Mediterranean coastline with direct access to the charming Gorguette beach. As you exit the hotel, you can feel the sand beneath your feet. Take this wonderful opportunity to dive straight into the warm and welcoming waters of the bay.

Provence Revealed

During your stay in Sanary-sur-Mer, at the Hostellerie La Farandole, open your mind and palette to the flavours of Provence. We urge you to partake of the region’s range of honeys, the figs of Sollies-Pont, olive oils and nougat - all specialities of the region. You will also have the chance to uncover the secrets behind the making of the famous soap of Marseille. With its extraordinary landscapes, appreciated for both their wild natural environments, and the quality of life for those who live there, the Var charms its visitors with cicada song, sweet-smelling lavender and its traditional little fishing villages. Put a trip to Provence in your diary and you won’t regret it — a subtle yet harmonious mix of traditions, colours and flavours.

Historical Monuments and Sites of Interest

The range of excursions around the Hostellerie La Farandole is both wide and varied. In Sanary-sur-Mer, you will encounter that typical seaside ambiance so prevalent on the Mediterranean coast. Those of you curious enough to venture away from the Var coast itself can visit Saint-Tropez, the famous holiday spot for A-list celebrities. In Toulon, behold Mont Faron, the city’s highest summit, easily reached by cable car. Along with Cassis and La Ciotat, Marseille is also an excellent destination for visitors to the region. This unique, fun city prides itself on its fantastic historically relevant sites, such as the Basilica of Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde or the Old Port. Escape to Papal Avignon, and amble round its narrow streets – such a pleasant way to spend the day. You could also use your trip as a chance to visit Aix-en-Provence, an impeccable choice for those art lovers among you. In fact, Provence is a region which has inspired generations of artists. Cézanne, originally from Aix-en-Provence, depicted the Sainte-Victoire mountain on several occasions throughout the course of his career. Picasso spent a significant period of time not far from the city of Roi René, in the castle of Vauvenargues. And like so many others, Van Gogh was very much enamoured by the Southern sun and became resident in the city of Arles for some time, just outside Camargue. Among the exceptional sites that will grab your attention within this region, stands the Baux-de-Provence, which will immediately plunge you into the most medieval of atmospheres. This village, perched on the side of a mountain ridge, is widely considered one of the most beautiful in France. If you would prefer to enjoy your stay a little closer to the Hostellerie La Farandole, why not take a trip to Six-Fours-Les-Plages, just a few minutes away from Sanary-sur-Mer. You are also invited to take a look around the Collegiate Church of Saint-Pierre and the Pépiole Chapel, one of the oldest in Europe. Several little villages, characteristic of the region lie waiting to be explored. Don’t hesitate to ask our team, who will be more than happy to provide you with further information.

Visit the coves and surrounding islands

On the Côte d’Azur, the Hostellerie La Farandole often plays host to visitors embarking on an adventure of discovery to the coves, which skirt the shoreline and the islands out at sea. With more than 300 days of sunshine per year, the Var has some amazingly beautiful trips to offer visitors to the area. The cove at Alon Port is easily accessible and allows you to appreciate a tranquil moment, in the shades of the Alep pine trees overlooking dazzling transparent waters below. Don’t miss other equally as appealing spots in Cassis and Marseille – visitors come from far and wide to admire them! You will also have a chance take to the open seas as you sail to the islands of Embiez or Porquerolles. The latter is simply exceptional in its splendid, lush scenery, magnificent sandy beaches and an extensive choice of activities for visitors. Embiez Island is situated off Six-Fours-Les-Plages, near Toulon. It is renowned for the Paul Ricard Oceanographic Institute.