La Bastide de Tourtour will be all the more an oustanding stopping point than you will have the opportunity to have your dinner on the terrace amid the local fragances.
You will resume your journey between the wineyards and the olive groves. You will notice the perched village of Flayosc with its fortified doors and its Roman church beside a square campanile church tower.
The old Draguignan will reveal small old houses and their typical Provençal roofs in the very heart of the Côte de Provence vineyards.
You will pursue your journey by travelling between the deep and twisted gorges of Châteaudouble.
When leaving them you will discover the medieval village of Châteaudouble on top of a cliff towering above the gorges of Naturby. The village remains remarkable with its numerous side streets criss-crossed with small foutain squares.
After the Defens wood, you will find the former Bargemon stronghold nestled admidst the olive trees, the orange trees and the mimosa trees. It will reveal its old streets, its rampart remains and its fortified doors. Fayence deserves a visit to discover its traditional handicraft.
Mons is a provençal village with its dry stone houses, its narrow side streets and its small squares adorned with old fountains.
After Mons you will travel along the deepness of the Siagne gorges. You will discover a splendid view over the Compan.
Before reaching Mougins you will finish this Provençal festival with Cabris, a last perched village which overlooks the high Grassois land panorama.