The Borrels and the Sauvebonne valley

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Have a driver take you through the Borrels’ vineyards

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The heart of Hyères farmland stretches northwest of town, across a protected territory producing AOC Côtes-de-Provence quality vines, flavoursome peaches, native irises and a large diversity of trees.


100% nature

A mere 10 minutes from the city centre, this natural haven also provides a wide range of cross-country cycling and hiking trails. The CRAPA (Rustic Circuit for Open-Air Activities) is a twenty acres mesh of marked paths shared by both hikers and cyclists. It is also possible to horse ride and to fish trout in the Sauvebonne pond.


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Bountiful land

The Sauvebonne valley would not have maintained its standards of excellence without those who carefully look after the land everyday. Winemakers draw the best attributes out of the region’s slated soils to produce remarkable white, rosé and red wines, increasingly resorting to organic methods in their production. Tree nurseries and orchards also constitute an important part of the agricultural production. Local Borrelians, as they are called, will tell you so themselves:

The Borrels are 100% natural.

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