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Le Luc

Tourism, holidays & weekends guide in the Var

Le Luc - Tourism, holidays & weekends guide in the Var

Charming municipality of the Var, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur region, Le Luc is known to be, according to Météo France, the city with the most summer days in France, or days with a temperature equal to or greater than 25 ° C. It is located near the National Nature Reserve of the Plaine des Maures, at the foot of the Massif des Maures, not far from the gorges of the Verdon and about thirty kilometers from the famous seaside resort of Saint-Tropez.

Populated since the end of the High Middle Ages, the town passes over the centuries in the hands of many lordships before taking its full independence. Even today, it enjoys an important tourist aura because of its ideal geographical location to discover the tourist and natural sites of the region. Its historical heritage and typical Provencal architecture also attract visitors from all walks of life.

Geographical information

MunicipalityLe Luc
Latitude43.3945090 (N 43° 23’ 40”)
Longitude6.3132339 (E 6° 18’ 48”)
AltitudeFrom 79m to 400m
Surface area44.16 km²
Population10944 inhabitants
Density247 inhabitants/km²
PrefectureToulon (57 km, 38 min)
Insee code83073
IntercommunalityCC Cœur du Var
TerritoriesFrench Riviera, Provence
RegionProvence-Alps-French Riviera

Nearest cities & towns

Le Cannet-des-Maures2.5 km (6 min)
Gonfaron9.2 km (10 min)
Les Mayons10.7 km (14 min)
Flassans-sur-Issole11 km (11 min)
Vidauban11.5 km (15 min)
Cabasse12.7 km (18 min)
Le Thoronet13.1 km (15 min)
Pignans14.9 km (17 min)
Taradeau15.4 km (21 min)
Besse-sur-Issole15.6 km (16 min)
Les Arcs18.1 km (21 min)
Carnoules19 km (20 min)
Sainte-Anastasie-sur-Issole21 km (21 min)
Lorgues21 km (24 min)

Things to see and do

Listed as a historic monument, the hexagonal tower dates from the first half of the 16th century. It is 27 meters high and consists of three floors. At the top one enjoys a beautiful view of the city, and one can admire the remains of carved gargoyles. It is contiguous to the old church Notre-Dame-de-Nazareth. It was for a long time the only steeple of the village.

The Saint-Pierre priory, today room Ernest Renan, was built in the course of the thirteenth century. In Romanesque style, it has a round apse and a flat chevet. For a long time parish church, it now hosts the tourism and heritage area of ​​the city.

Listed as a Historical Monument, the Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel dates from the second half of the 14th century. The current building, Gothic Provencal style dates back to the early sixteenth century.

On the hill, in the heights of the city, it is possible to admire the castellas, the remains of the ancient castle of Luc. Several courses developed and adapted to all levels allow access and admire the local fauna and flora.

Walking through the city, you can also discover the 12th century clock tower, the old Protestant cemetery of the seventeenth century or the many fountains along the route.

The Ventimiglia castle, built at the beginning of the 17th century, featured one of the most beautiful parks in Provence designed by André Le Nôtre. You can still see a ginkgo biloba from China in the early nineteenth century.

You will be able to admire, in the rue des Fours, a Renaissance house, as well as two ovens. The town also presents some bories.

Slightly on the outskirts, do not miss the Muraires dolmen, or the oppidum of the Fouirette.

The city also has an interesting stamp museum.

Places of interest

Information points

Events and festivities

The market is held every Friday morning. The city also offers a traditional Provencal Christmas market in December.

The Cherry Festival is held every year in May.

On July 14, a festival of Provencal orchestras with several musical events is organized.

A horse fair is offered on a Sunday in September.

In December, a bread festival takes place in one of the old communal ovens.


Lane of old Luc-en-Provence
Lane of old Luc-en-Provence
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Street of Enviadou in Luc-en-Provence
Street of Enviadou in Luc-en-Provence
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Rue de l'Horloge in Luc-en-Provence
Rue de l'Horloge in Luc-en-Provence
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Lac des Escarcets (© J.E)
Lac des Escarcets (© J.E)
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Saint-Daumas - tributary of Lac des Escarcets (© J.E)
Saint-Daumas - tributary of Lac des Escarcets (© J.E)
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Creek of Mines - Tributary of the lake (© J.E)
Creek of Mines - Tributary of the lake (© J.E)
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Creek of Mines - Tributary of the lake (© J.E)
Creek of Mines - Tributary of the lake (© J.E)
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Old tree of the plain of the Moors (© J.E)
Old tree of the plain of the Moors (© J.E)
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Friday 21 january
Min. 0°C - Max. 12°C
Saturday 22 january
Min. 0°C - Max. 13°C
Sunday 23 january
Min. 0°C - Max. 13°C

Visits, leisure and activities nearby

Leisure activities

Last nameActivity typeRateCity
Ascending parachute in the Gulf of Saint-Tropez
Sports sensations50 € to 140 € Grimaud (26 km)
Escape game - Escape room
Entertainment20 € to 23 € Cuers (26 km)
Water Glisse Passion Aréna Plage water park
Sports sensations25 € to 29 € Roquebrune-sur-Argens (27 km)
Les Pignes scenic train in Sainte-Maxime
Entertainment4 € to 7 € Sainte-Maxime (28 km)
Boat hire for a sea excursion
Nature and the great outdoors75 € to 95 € Le Lavandou (29 km)


Last nameOuting typeDifficultyDurationDeparture municipality
The FIPA of Raybaud
HikeEasy1h40Les Arcs (15.4 km)
Walk around the old village
Village visitEasy45 minCogolin (24 km)
Traditional activities of the Mole Valley
HikeEasy1h00Cogolin (25 km)
Ridge Path
HikeAthletic4h00Cogolin (25 km)
Botanical Path
HikeEasy30 minCogolin (25 km)


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