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We chose this name Cara Proensa (Dear Provence Provencal 12th century), it is to show our attachment to this beautiful area. The sun's rays in the waters 300 days a year. Flayosc is located 5 km from Draguignan, a crossroads between the gorges of the Verdon and the Riviera: St Tropez, Sainte-Maxime, Cannes, Monaco. Open your window and you're in the Maures hills ... Close your eyes and under the olive trees, smell the scent of lavender, thyme and rosemary ... Walk around, sit at our table, and we will prove our strengths: part, calm and generous breakfast. We are committed to protecting your privacy and our only wish is that you want to come back, it will be our reward.
B&B Description:Two bedrooms, decorated in Provencal style, are equipped with bedding "king" (160 x 200cm) separable. Each room has a bathroom with shower and a private terrace. Sheets are changed every four days and towels and bath sheets every other day. The room and bathroom are kept clean every other day too, during your sightseeing.
DirectionsOn the A8 motorway take exit 36 Draguignan, Le Muy. At the entrance of Draguignan, in the "Roundabout Dancers," not to "City Center", take direction "Waste disposal" and Flayosc. At the roundabout Flayosc Cemetery, on the road to Draguignan / Salerno, head of City Center Flayosc then first left (sign "Notary"). Straight (leave the bowling alley on the right) take the ascent of the Great Vine in the face. Mounted at the top of the crossing, go slightly to the left: Trail Escruvelettes. Then the 4th right: Path Carasse. CAUTION: Do not take IMPASSE Carasse of which is before the PATH Carasse. On request, we will send you by mail a plan designed to lead you to Cara Proensa.
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Nous avons passé 2 jours très agréables dans votre charmante villa. Nous avons tout particulièrement apprécié votre accueil chaleureux , vos petits déjeuner haut en couleur, mais surtout le calme et la sérénité des lieux. Merci pour toutes les attentions. Les bretons : Sylvie et Denis