Bormes Le Mimosa is a must when traveling to Provence; I've gone several times because it is charming, has great views and the flower-filled streets are beautiful. There are beautifully manicured gardens,and I'll definitely go back!
Upon arrival in the small town of Borme Las Mimosas, it is highly recommended to enjoy the areas without crowds of tour groups. There is a good car park from where you have the best view of one of the most beautiful villages of the Gallic country. Just next to the old mill, there are the old remains of a medieval mill, perfectly preserved at the base, but with no roof or blades. A little further down towards the village we found the church of San Francisco de Paula, with a simple Mediterranean interior. The windows let enough light filter through to give a warm tone to the interior and to reflect the colours on the walls. Just a couple of altarpieces and a silence broken only by the wind passing between the pine needles appear to be enough to give us our moment of calm and reflection.