Solliès Ville

The Var Departement - Population : 2,459 inh.

puce 15 kilometers north of Toulon, take route N97.

Sollies-Ville, the village overlooking the valley Sollies-Ville is perched above the Gapeau valley sheltered from noise and urban nuisances in a calm and very green environment, while being only about fifteen kilometers from Toulon.
You can see the village from a distance from the Toulon road.
Sollies-Ville, church Square
The bell tower of his church stands proudly like a sentry with the houses of the village nestled around him.
Contrary to what its name suggests, Sollies-Ville is not a city but a charming little village. Originally, Sollies-Ville formed a single territory with the municipalities of Sollies-Toucas (4 km), Sollies-Pont (2 km) and La Farlede (2 km) formerly known as Sollies-Farlede.
Sollies-Ville, fountain
It was in the 16th century that little by little the inhabitants of Sollies-Ville descended to settle near the fertile banks of the Gapeau river and regrouped in small hamlets: Sollies-Pont (which had several bridges), Sollies-Toucas (where the Tocasso brothers lived) and Sollies Farlede (farlede means fennel in provencal).
It was in 1799 that the town was divided into four separate villages.
Sollies-Ville, panoramic view over the plain
Today Sollies Ville is a village that deserves your detour..
During your stroll through the cobbled streets, you will discover some historic remains and can enjoy the sumptuous panorama of the valley.
Sollies-Ville, restaurant terrace under the plane tree You can have a drink or eat on the very pleasant village square (Place Victor Hugo) where the restaurant and bar terraces are gathered in the shade of the superb century-old plane trees, in a peaceful atmosphere, the children play not far, the parents throw an eye while having an aperitif).
Each year at the end of August, Sollies Ville hosts a major comic book festival. He receives many very famous authors, dedications, comics internship and competitions.


puce What to see:

St Michel church with the oldest organ apron in France (1499).
The bell tower surmounted by an 18th century bell tower.
The ruins of the Forbin castle.
The center of Provencal culture and traditions..
The Jean Aicard museum.
The Provencal clothing museuml.


puce Leisure activities:

Petanque (French bowls).


puce Accommodation:

Bed and breakfast.
Holiday rentals.


puce Neighbouring towns and villages:

La Farlede (2 km), La Crau (7 km), Belgentier (10 km) and Cuers (11 km).