Le Thoronet

The name of Le Thoronet immediately brings to mind the masterpiece of Provençal Romanesque art. The abbey is greatly admired for the purity and simplicity of its design, which creates a feeling of unity and great serenity.
But Le Thoronet is first and foremost a typical Argens valley village. Its landscape is the Provençal limestone garrigue scrubland planted with holm oak, rosemary, thyme and olive trees, waving gently in the breeze. Thirteen hamlets scattered in the wild glens invite delightful, easy walks on marked trails.
Nature lovers can enjoy precious moments exploring inaccessible, secret places by canoe or kayak.