Hameau des Claudins is a hamlet belonging to the Plan de la Tour, a typical southern French village where you will find shadowy squares, a weekly market, shops and restaurants. In Plan de la Tour there is year round activity, such as traditional festivals, (wine) tastings, expositions, dance and theatre as well as jeu de boules tournaments. The region is surrounded by vineyards and wineries, which will gladly offer you a taste of the most wonderful wines.
The location of Hameau les Claudines can certainly be called unique. The expansive nature reserve of Le Massif des Maures lies on one side, and on the other, the boulevard and beaches of Sainte Maxime. The Maures Mountains take their name from the Provencal word maouro, which means dark, and lie between Hyères en Saint-Raphaël. The mountain range is densely covered with chestnut, cork, oak and pine trees. A driving tour leads you up steep roads, through the pristine and solitary mountains with breathtaking landscapes. You will find villages such as Collobrières, known for its chestnut jam and chestnut preserves, the 12th century Carthusian monastery of Chartreuse de la Verne and la Garde-Freinet. From the artisan village of Grimaud you have a beautiful view over the mountains and the coast.
Hameau des Claudins is a hamlet consisting of 2 Provencal stone buildings containing various fully renovated apartments. You may use the pool and Jacuzzi or you may be lured to a game of jeu de boules. An ideal surrounding for spending hour holidays!