You don’t have to travel far in France before you see an imposing chateau on a hillside, surrounded by stunning countryside. Some of the most impressive chateaux in France belong to the exceptionally beautiful Dordogne.
The aptly named Vue du Lac, overlooking the stunning Lac de St. Cassien about an hour’s drive from Nice, is now live for our 2020 Cote d’Azur programme.
Facing the exhilarating Atlantic Ocean, extending from the renowned surfing haven of Tarifa in the south to the mouth of the mighty Guadiana River, the Costa de la Luz – Coast of Light – has long been a popular family holiday destination.
Named after the Lot and Garonne rivers, the Lot-et-Garonne is a stunning department in the south-west of France. This 500km region stretches from the slopes of Mont Lozère to the picturesque banks of the mighty Garonne River at Aiguillon.
Umbria is doused in towns, cities and villages that were built in ancient times and cling to a colourful past. And none more so than the medieval town of Gubbio, tucked on a hillside in the far north-eastern corner of Umbria.
The culturally-, gastronomically- and geographically-distinct corner of north-west Spain known as Galicia is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in Europe.
Vintage Travel is thrilled to have added Villa Lola to our portfolio of villas on the beautiful, sun-drenched island of Menorca.
The rich and diverse island of Mallorca is brimming with exciting things to do for all ages and tastes. One of the island’s most popular excursions is visiting the fascinating Caves of Drach.
To discover Corfu at its most beautiful, traditional and hospitable, head to the beguiling town of Pelekas, scattered on a verdant hillside, approximately 13km from Corfu Town on the west coast of the island.
Rabac is a quaint little fishing port and village that sits on the Eastern side of the Istrian peninsula. Today, Rabac’s promenade is a thriving hub, with roller-skaters and cyclists travelling up and down and diners tucking into authentic Croatian cuisine in the many restaurants that line the seafront.