The Hotel Les Terrasses du Bailli in Rayol-Canadel invites you to discover “La Route du Mimosa” during your winter holidays. The road is about 130 km between Bormes-les-Mimosas and Grasse. A route to discover in winter between January and March.
The mimosa ? No doubt you know its history !
It was the English, settled on the French Riviera, who brought the mimosa during the nineteenth century. Imported from Australia around 1850, the mimosa was used as decoration of the gardens and the sumptuous homes of the coast.
Today, the Route du Mimosa is a recommended tourist route in winter (early January to late March) that takes you to the discovery of eight towns and villages of the South of France. Under the mild climate of the Riviera, the Hotel Les Terrasses du Bailli invites you to stroll through the cities and villages of Provence where the bright yellow mimosa contrasts beautifully with the blue sky and the sea.
Among the 8 cities and villages constituting the road of Mimosa, Rayol-Canadel is the second step of the way. This village houses the Domaine du Rayol, a huge garden where different varieties of Mediterranean plants express themselves but also where we can find plants from around the world. This quiet village also houses Les Terrasses du Bailli, a 3-star hotel in Rayol-Canadel.
Over time, the mimosa, this fluffy and color sun flower, became one of the emblems of the French Riviera in winter.
Moreover, to fully enjoy this winter break, Les Terrasses du Bailli in Rayol-Canadel offers you a special offer: “On the road of the Mimosa”. This offer includes one night in a room for 2 adults with balcony and sea view, breakfasts, one entry per person to the Garden of Rayol, two products of the soap of Bormes and a tourist map of the road of the Mimosa.
The offer “On the Road of the Mimosa” can be booked online but feel free to contact us by phone at +33 (0) 4 98 04 47 00 or email if you need more information. We will be happy to help you. If necessary, you can browse the following website for further information concerning the road of the Mimosa : routedumimosa.com.
Photo Source: Website of routedumimosa.com