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A relief dotted with villages
The Maures Massif is one of the wildest areas in Provence. It occupies a quarter of the Var department, including a large part of its coastline, by stretching over nearly 37 mi (60 km) from Hyères to Fréjus. Twenty-six villages, including Collobrières, are nestled at the foot of its reliefs or cling to their sides. Several of them have developed an economic activity there around chestnuts and corks, the two main trees varieties of the public forest of the Maures Massif.
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