These are the basics for village life. There is the Boulanger for daily croissants, baguettes etc. The Petit Casino which is a small grocery store. A Tabac/presse which is a newsagents. Two bars, three restaurants, 'Le Centenaire' 'Au rendezvous' and 'Bellevue'. There is also a pharmacy, two hairdressers and three art galleries.
For most things I travel outside of the village as its cheaper and more choice such as the big supermarkets of 'Leclerc' and 'Intermarche' plenty of snack bars, bars and the video rental shops.
In the area...
There are several places to visit both close and a little further afield.
Lac St Cassien - a manmade lake of great size and beauty where you can swim etc. Restaurants here range from cheap to Woah!!!
Frejus and St Raphael - coastal towns for clubs, nights out etc, about an hours drive.
Bars like 'Tahoma' & 'Latitude' are close by.
Grasse, Cannes and more are close enough to spend an idle day as well.