In 2010, out of 4,431 people of working age (from 15 to 64 years old), 3038 were economically active, 1393 inactive (activity indicator 68.6%, in 1999 - 64.8%). Out of 3038 active able-bodied residents, 2652 people worked (1427 men and 1225 women), 386 were unemployed (154 men and 232 women). Among 1393 able-bodied inactive citizens, 311 were pupils or students, 635 were pensioners, and another 447 were inactive for other reasons.
Throughout 2010, there were 3,716 taxable households in the commune, in which 7,904.5 people lived. The median income was € 19,716 per taxpayer.
Cavalier sur mer
Cavalier-sur-Mar is an attractive resort on the coast, developed around a three-kilometer-long sandy beach on Cote Azure southeast of Saint-Tropez and in the Vary department of Provence. A resort-oriented family, Cavalier is officially listed as a Family Plus destination, which has been awarded to spas with a focus on providing related events, enhanced security, lower entry prices for children, etc. Cavalier-sur-Mer is Jet's favorite A ski training place and a host competition in the "Jet Games" in September of each year. Sailing, catamarans, windsurfing and motor boats are also very well served, while the seabed is also especially interesting here, which makes it great places m for underwater driving.
La Croix-Valmer is a popular coastal village on the Cote d'Azur southwest of Saint-Tropez, in an attractive location with beaches supported by pine trees covered by the Massif of the Masses, a large part of which is mowed by a protected reserve. There are several high quality beaches on La Croix Valme, stretching for several kilometers of coastline and in a beautiful setting with stones and trees as a backdrop. The water here is beautiful and clear, the beaches are sandy, and the Blue Flag has been awarded for cleanliness and facilities, which includes free buses from the city to the most popular beaches. The beaches around La Croix Valme were important landing beaches during the invasion of southern France towards the end of World War II, in particular the Plage du Debarquement.
Grimaud is located in the department of Var Provence and just a few kilometers inland from Saint-Tropez. Grimaud is a postcard cluttered-village, with a cluster of perfect houses around a small simple church, and the ruined castle put on a hilltop above Grimaud and wandering around the village is a pleasure. There are several small religious monuments and churches in Grimaud: the Romanesque-style church of Saint-Michel, built at the end of the 12th century, is the most interesting and retains most of its original architecture, although the clock tower was added in the 16th century. There is also a small local museum of arts and traditions in Grimaud, which displays a large number of objects and tools from everyday life in the region, over the past several hundred years. The winding paths of the village are framed with bright bougainvillea and oleanders, and the houses are beautiful warm stone colors with the traditional terracotta roving rooftops of the Provence region.
Hyeres is a very "green" city with an impressive number of trees, many of them are palm trees and garden areas to explore. The unique climate and attentive attitude of the city ensured there are several interesting gardens including the Olbius Riquier Park with its collection of palm trees, currently listed as the “wonderful garden of France.” There are many beautiful beaches near Hyères, mostly long sand beaches, but also some small isolated bays. Hyeres may be exposed to strong winds from the sea, as well as strong Mistral winds from the north, and which beach you choose depends a lot on which wind you are trying to shelter from- beaches around the peninsula south of Orodes.
National monument and the site of the former Mediterranean holiday for the presidents of France from 1968 to 2013.
Rosé wine is often associated with the beach, friends and summer, but it is also a delicate wine that offers rich and delicate aromas and is appreciated throughout the year.
A number of artifacts and archaeological sites show the existence of the Gallo-Romans. The city was most affected by attacks from attackers. The Saracens, Spanish and Corsaires attacked the city. As time passed, the city was designed and recreated as a resort.
According to the 2007 census, it records the total population of 7153 and the population density is 73 per sq. Km in the city.
While in the city, you will find warm and moderate climatic conditions. Summer is dry and have high temperatures. July is the hottest month of the year with a maximum temperature of 21.7⁰C. Winters have cold temperatures with snow and frost. January is the coldest month of the year with a low temperature of 7.5⁰C. Many rains occur throughout the year. The maximum rainfall occurs in the month of November with precipitation of 104 mm. July is the driest month of the year with a low rainfall of 12 mm. On average, the total rainfall is 769 mm. You will enjoy the delightful climate throughout the year. For more climate information at this climate link
Guide to tourism, leisure and weekend in the departments of Var
Overlooking the sea, the old village of Bormes-les-Mimosas, located on a hilltop, reveals to pedestrians its charming alleys full of flowers, charming small squares, walking paths and many craft workshops. What an exceptional floral heritage! In February, during the heyday of mimosa, the village celebrates the Grand Corso du Mimosa.
Station nautique, la commune offre une large gamme d'équipements et d'animations permettant la pratique de nombreux sports nautiques.
Capitale du mimosa, elle est le point de départ de la Route du Mimosa qui s'étend de Bormes à Grasse (130 km).
Located between Hyères and Saint-Tropez, between the Massif de Maur and the sea, Bormes-les-Mimosas, because of its diversity, its wealth, its climate, the city that deserves your visit.
Marine station, the city offers a wide range of equipment and animations, allowing you to engage in many water sports.
The capital of Mimosa, this is the starting point of the Route du Mimosa, which extends from Borm to Grasse (130 km).