High from the crests, sumptuous panoramas file off under our sight, not far from the picturesque small village of Bormes les Mimosas, with its steep and slope lanes, its arched alleys and flowered gardens, let's have a stop at Ayguebelle. The Maures range plunges its last counterforts into the Mediterranean and unveils, in a roundabout and circuitous way of its creeks, a peace haven like a rocky and watery flower-vessel, to name the hotel des Roches and its exotic gardens. The daily fishing catch is directly served in our plates, with its pilchard sardines, its domestic beds with pastis. Let's finish with a relish of a spinach beet, pine-seeded covered tart., a Provençal specialty. At the distance from the Archipel of the Isles d'Or, an ecological paradise for migratory birds offers numerous small beaches.