Despite being slightly tucked away, the delightful hilltop village of Callian commands impressive views over the surrounding hills and plains. Set in the Var, Cote díAzue, Callian has very much kept itself to itself and has therefore retained its authentic character. Full of winding roads, you can spend hours wandering around, where youíll come across charming little cafes, bistros and restaurants to enjoy a much-deserved refreshing drink and bite to eat. Try to visit The Chapelle Notre Dame des Roses, which dates back to the 10th century, and the olive mill, thatís still working, while ambling around the lovely winding streets. With the Cassien Lake nearby, Callian is the perfect place from which to enjoy canoeing and kayaking, or even cycling and hiking in the alluring countryside. And, whilst in Cassien, fashion-lovers can visit Christian Diorís grave, found in the town churchyard.