|Maison Régionale de l'eau|
|Elevation||183–473 m (600–1,552 ft)
(avg. 259 m or 850 ft)
|Land area1||30.06 km2 (11.61 sq mi)|
|- Density||100 /km2 (260 /sq mi)|
|INSEE/Postal code||83012/ 83670|
|1 French Land Register data, which excludes lakes, ponds, glaciers > 1 km² (0.386 sq mi or 247 acres) and river estuaries.|
|2 Population without double counting: residents of multiple communes (e.g., students and military personnel) only counted once.|
At the gateway to Haute Provence and the hills of Var, near the Verdon gorges and the Lake of St. Croix, this peaceful village, set on a limestone cliff, is an inviting stop for visitors.
A refreshing place with 42 man made fountains, Barjols' architecture and life have been determined for centuries by the omnipresence of water.
Its rich past is shown clearly in the 11th century Collegiate Church, the Fountain Trail, the Regional Water Museum, the Carmes waterfall, the Fête des Tripettes, and the leather fair.
In town you will be able to find everything you need :
a tourist office, hotels, restaurants, gites, chambres d'hotes, a swimming pool, municipal tennis courts, large areas for playing petanque (French bowls), and lots of shady café terraces.
What to see 
- The Collegiate Church of Notre Dame de I'Assomption,
- Portal of Ponteves
- Regional Water Museum
Neighbouring villages 
- Tavernes (5 km),
- Varages (7 km),
- Châteauvert (8 km),
- Cotignac (15 km)
- Brue Auriac (10 km).
See also 
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