The South of France
The South of France is a region rich in culture, sun, sea, wine, fun and food. It's a perfect place to holiday whether it be a romantic getaway or a family holiday with the kids. At South France Holiday Villas we not only have a very large selection of beautiful villas, spacious apartments, picturesque chateaux and numerous beachfront accommodations, we also provide hundreds of articles with holiday information written especially for you. Have a look at the region you are visiting and plan your perfect holiday!
Cote d'Azur, the extreme south-east of France, borders both the Alps and Italy and has long been a favourite destination of the jetset. If you are looking for a lively holiday, look no further than bustling Cannes or St. Tropez. Fortunately, the region is very varied so it is not just the rich and famous who are attracted to this amazing area. The stunning coastline, the rugged mountain scenery, the pristine little hilltop villages, all make the Cote d'Azur a very special place. Of course, the opportunity to do a little posh shopping is a big attraction to many, as well!
Languedoc-Roussillon is a region that is perhaps less well-known for holidaying than Provence and the Cote d'Azur, but you will find that the climate, the beaches and the countryside can rival anything you will find elsewhere in France. Glorious sandy beaches and the sparkling Mediterranean, medieval towns, architecture and a fascinating history make the Languedoc a great venue for everybody. And, of course, it is one of the world's biggest wine-growing areas. The beauty of this region is that it can be enjoyed at generally a lower cost than its eastern counterparts.
Provence has always been valued for its beaches, its history, vineyards and stunning panoramas. The proximity of sea and mountain make it especially attractive and versatile for the holidaymaker. Within the region you will be able to swim in the Mediterranean or from the numerous lakes and river beaches, hike in the mountains of the Luberon or Verdon regional parks, get lost in the staggering limestone cliffs of the Calanques around Cassis, visit the unique Camargue national reserve, and visit World Heritage sites such as the Pont du Gard, Aix-en-Provence and Avignon.
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