Discover on this page the various cycling trails and MTB routes near the Mas des Romarins. Two possibilities: download the PDF file directly via the "download" button, or click on "read more" to find out more about the circuit of your choice.

Cycle tourism & Cycling

Cycling circuit: N°1 - Montauroux

74km – Moderate

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Departing from Montauroux, which dominates the lake of Saint-Cassien and summons the Estérel from the Place du Clos, one perceives the omnipresent imprint of Christian Dior, from the Saint-Barthélemy chapel to the Château de la Colle-Noire to the town hall.

Cycling circuit: N°2 - Bagnols en Forêt

74km – Easy

One of the most beautiful circuits in the cycling area of ​​the Pays de Fayence! Very hilly with a succession of bumps and descents, this beautiful route starts at the gates of the Estérel in the village of Bagnols-en-Forêt.

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Cycling circuit: N°3 – Seillans

27km – Very easy

Follow a route without great difficulty starting from one of the Most Beautiful Villages in France: Seillans. Pedal to the rhythm of the heritage, the Royal Forest and the vineyards…

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Cycling circuit: N°4 – Tanneron

82km – Moderate

Tanneron and its 22 hamlets nestled in the heart of the Tanneron massif, is the largest site planted with mimosas in France. On the eastern borders of the Var, on the edge of the Alpes-Maritimes, Tanneron, located at an altitude of 375m, welcomes the start of circuit No. 4.

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97km – Difficult

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Circuit No. 5 is the longest and steepest of the 10 circuits in the Pays de Fayence, since it can take you (optional ascent) to the highest point in the Var department with its 1,714 m altitude, the Mount Lachens.

Cycling circuit: N°5 - Saint Paul en Forêt

83km – Moderate

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Circuit N°6 starts from Callian. Noted for these picturesque residences, these pretty winding streets and numerous flower-decked stairways, the village extends around its feudal castle perched on a rocky outcrop.

Cycling route: No. 6 – Callian

54km – Easy

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A discovery of the Pays de Fayence by crossing it from North to South. The start of this 2 to 3 hour loop takes place from the center of the village of Fayence.

Cycling circuit: N°7 – Fayence

61km – Easy

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Tourrettes, an "open-air museum" has a unique decor of facades, doors or shutters abandoned in the hands of more than 70 artists who, through their talent, have created an unusual gallery there, and which will deserve to be discovered at the end of this sporting journey.

Cycling circuit: N°8 – Tourrettes

Cycling circuit: N°9 – Mons

59km – Easy

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Departing from Mons, you can start by enjoying the sumptuous view of the Siagne gorges, the Estérel or the Maures by trying to find your way on the enamelled orientation table. Obviously, the playground is going to be rowdy!

Eurovélo 8

26km - Moderate

Fayence and its surrounding area is also home to part of one of the longest cycle routes in Europe : the Eurovélo 8. Le Mas des Romarins is just a hop away from the EV8 (1.5km), so we’re perfectly placed to assure you a comfortable and memorable stay for our bit of your journey.

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MTB Routes

Mountain bike circuit: Photovoltaic ride

5,1km – 45min – Very easy

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In the heart of the communal woods of the Défens de Callian and Montauroux, this "Green" family rolling circuit provides smooth access to mountain biking.

Mountain bike circuit: Centennial oaks

6,6km – 45min – Very easy

In the heart of the communal woods of the Défens de Callian and Montauroux, this "Green" family-oriented rolling circuit allows smooth access to mountain biking and the discovery of the site of hundred-year-old oaks.

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MTB Circuit: MTB Under Power

7,3km – 1 hour – Easy

This circuit, essentially in the undergrowth, mostly uses single-track trails. Classified "Blue" it allows smooth access to mountain biking.

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Mountain bike circuit: Cross-Country of Défens

6,8km – 45min – Easy

Between Callian and Montauroux, the woods of Défens are known for their hundred-year-old oaks and their access to the banks of Siagne by the Tuves bridge (1802) and its waterfall or the Rey bridge.

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