Puget-Ville is located in a rich fertile plain, most of its activity is agricultural.
All around the village, vast fields of vines stretch as far as the eye can see. The red and brown soil that characterizes the terroir of Puget Ville allows the many wine-producing areas to produce a renowned and appreciated wine.
Formerly the village was high on the hill west of the current village, at the site of the former Sainte Philomene chapel. Today the center of the village revolves around the main street, the rue de la Liberation shaded by its plane trees..
The small church square with its pediment "liberty, equality, fraternity", the Post Office and the Savings Bank. Some fountains decorate peaceful plots where children play with water.
Many walks are possible around the village, in landscapes of the Var hinterland: small hills, pine forests and vast vineyards, with the Massif des Maures in the background.
Please do not confuse Puget Ville with the Puget brand: Puget Ville is not the village where Puget brand olive oil is produced, which can be found in supermarkets.
Puget Ville produces an artisanal olive oil in an oil mill which is still in operation, the olive oil of which has been awarded several times at the agricultural fair: the Moulin de la Loube.
Puget Ville is a quiet village, typically Provencal and fortunate to be 30 km from the sea and 30 km from a big city while being quiet in the middle of beautiful nature.
What to see
Chapelle Ste. Philomene (11th and 12th c.).
Saracen tower at the top of the town and the view.
Church of droppings with its bell tower of 1763 and its republican pediment.
Oil mill in activity: le Moulin de la Loube.
Saturday morning walk.
Bed and breakfast.