North of route N7 between Le Muy (4km.) and Draguignan (10km.)
Take either D254, D91 or D47.
Located on the river Endre, this large village is special due to the great red rocks that border it on one side and its golf course : St. Endreol.
The Nartuby river goes through the village to the south and at the spot called Saut du Capelan there is an impressive waterfall.
This area is charming and green, and the local wine is the pride of the people as is the golf course, one of the prettiest around.
Bit by bit throughout walks and strolls one discovers the charms of La Motte and the soul of a Provençal village: the silence, theflowered passages and arcades, and the shaded squares with their fountains gushing clear water.
What to see:
Memorial on the road to Bagnols: La Motte was the first village to be freed
on August 15, 1944.
St. Victor Church. The clock tower. The Place Tressavaou.
Fishing. Tennis. Golf. Mountain biking. Horseback riding. Hiking.
The Moulin de Pizay. The Saut du Capelan.
Bed & Breakfast.
Camping at farms. Trailor camping facilities.