Seillans is a picturesque village situated on a hill between the Gorges du Verdon, Fréjus and Cannes. It has been chosen as one of the most beautiful villages in France by the "Association des Plus Beaux Villages de France". It is a maze of narrow, cobbled streets, arched passages, winding stone stairs, shady corners and squares with fountains.
The town does not have any huge parkings - we simply parked the car in the parking lot at the La Magnanerie de Seillans building, on the D19 road (P1; GPS: 43.636370, 6.645516), and then nearby the Atelier de Jiel we went approx. 200 meters on foot to the old town. Another small parking lot is located on the north side of the village (P2; GPS: 43.6372892, 6.6426067).
When approaching on D19 road to the Old Town from the east, we can see a nice line of old buildings. We then go the Rue Grande uphill to the Place du Thouron (A; GPS: 43.635864, 6.642577) with an interesting fountain and plane trees. Turn right and go down the street Rue de l'Église in the direction of the Romanesque church of Saint Léger (B; GPS: 43.636273, 6.643111) from the eleventh century and the town hall. Then move down the street Rue du Valat to Place du Valat (C; GPS: 43.636660, 6.643092). Use the Rue du Font d'Amont street to return to the Place du Thouron.