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Bormes les Mimosas - town of golden blossoms

You only have to hear the name "Bormes les Mimosas" to have your senses filled with a sweet scent and a burst of golden colour. The charming mediaeval town that carries this evocative name is every bit as lovely as the blossoms, and is considered by many to be one of the most idyllic locations in this utterly beautiful part of France.

Set in an enviable position

Bormes les Mimosas is located in the Var department in the south of France, and occupies an enviable position just inland of yet within sight and scent of the Mediterranean. A near neighbour of the beach resort of Le Lavandou, Bormes les Mimosas has access to lovely beaches and an associated port known as Porte de Bormes.

Sights and attractions

Bormes les Mimosas is a genuine mediaeval town with a rich history and patrimony. There are three areas of the town, a port, a new town and the old town, but the most interesting is undoubtedly the old town. The beaches and the port are colourful and delightful of course, and can be enjoyed to the full during your visit, but it is in the old town that the history and tradition of the area really come to life.

Historical and traditional old town

The charming, if twisting and narrow, streets lead you alongside ancient, crumbling stone and shuttered houses into the sunlight and dappled shade of several pretty squares, where you can rest and refresh yourself with a coffee, a cold drink or even a glass or two of local wine. Climb to the top of the hill to see the remains of the old chateau, and to gaze out to the blue waters of the Mediterranean. Besides the chateau, the town has various sights of interest and importance. Make time to see monuments such as the chapels and churches, and to visit the Arts and History Museum.

Dining out in Bormes les Mimosas

With over 70 restaurants to choose from, Bormes les Mimosas is a paradise for lovers of dining out. Choices range from fine dining in imitable French style to cheap and cheerful pizzerias, with several other options including seafood establishments and Moroccan cuisine to add to the enticing blend.

Exhibitions, festivals and sporting events on offer

There's usually something going on in the town, which is particularly lively in summer. However, to enjoy the light and scent of the mimosas, the best time to visit is winter, as this is when the flowers are at their glorious best. There are exhibitions, festivals and excursions down "Mimosa Road" to enjoy, and all will make you feel the golden glow of summer in the dead of winter! Spring, summer and autumn also offer various festivities and sporting events, so you can be sure there will be plenty to do no matter what time of year you are in town.

Out and about

The Var is such a wonderful and beautiful part of France that you could easily spend a year or more exploring from a base in Bormes les Mimosas and still thirst for more. On the very doorstep of the town there are glorious beaches, busy marinas, lively resorts and exciting cities and towns such as St Tropez and Toulon to see. Meanwhile a short way inland you can spend time at the fabulous Gorges of Verdon, take a trip through the lavender fields and other classic landscapes of Provence or explore the hilltop mediaeval villages to find a land that time forgot. The area is a mecca for sports fans, with sailing, scuba diving, swimming, walking, horse-riding, rock climbing, canyoning and rafting all on offer.

How to get there

To reach Bormes les Mimosas you can fly to Marseille or Toulon, with Nice and Montpellier a little further away but still easily accessible. There are numerous airlines that offer direct flights to these airports from a selection of departure airports around the UK, including British Airways, Aer Lingus, easyJet and Ryanair, making travelling to the area simple and inexpensive. If driving, follow the N98 then take the D559 or D41 to reach Bormes les Mimosas. Meanwhile if you prefer the train, there are TGV stations at Marseille, Toulon, Cannes and Nice. The nearest stations are Toulon and Hyères, from where you can continue by bus, hire car or taxi.

Property prices and availability in and around Bormes les Mimosas

Bormes les Mimosas property isn't cheap, but who can count the coast of owning your very own piece of paradise? Although prices can be high, they are still lower than those around Nice and Cannes, so a property search in this area could prove to be fruitful.

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Bormes les Mimosas AT A GLANCE

WHERE IS Bormes les Mimosas?

Bormes les Mimosas is located in the south-east of France, in the south of the Var department.

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Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur Guide

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Var Guide

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Population: 7,152

Access: By air: Fly to Marseille or Toulon. By rail: The TGV stations at Marseille, Toulon, Cannes and Nice offer the option of train travel. By road: If travelling by road you should take the D559 or D41 to the coast after leaving the N98.

Economy: Tourism is of particular importance to the economy.

Interesting fact: The mimosa blossom that so characterises the town was introduced from Mexico.

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