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What's Draguignan Like?

Draguigan is located a few miles inland from the Mediterranean Sea in the Var Department of France. Its location is ideal for families seeking some rest in the beautiful French countryside, but who want to be able to quickly reach the beaches of the Cote d'Azur. The town itself has a long history, and plenty of attractions. See the prehistoric dolmens outside town, the medieval Clock Tower that commands fine views across the town, the American Cemetery from World War Two, and the fascinating Museum of Traditional Art. Draguignan also has a weekly produce market, which brings in farmers from across Provence, while the Municipal Museum contains masterpieces by famous French artists such as Renoir. Staying in Draguignan hotels is doubly appealing, because the town is so close to Mediterranean resorts like Cannes, Frejus, Toulon, and Antibes, as well as the interior of Provence, which is fantastic cycling and hiking country.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Draguignan

Draguignan is a small town with a welcoming feel, so tourists should expect to be greeted with hospitality whenever they visit. Learning a little French will help to break the ice, however. Dive into Provencal culture by trying all of the regional delicacies at the town's family-run restaurants. From the nutritious (and satisfying) fish stew bouillabaisse to red mullet, braised beef stews, and stuffed vegetables, the area around Draguignan is one of the world's great gastronomic centers. It also produces marvelous wine and pastis - so take the recommendations of locals and don't miss out. You might also visit during the town's thriving Film Festival (held in November) or for one of the open air music events held during the summer. There will usually be something going on in the center of town, so ask around.