The Verdon Gorge that carves its way into the terrain in Central Provence, is considered to be one of the most beautiful canyons in Europe and a must-see natural wonder of this part of France.
If you’re looking for somewhere exceptional to stay in the beautiful Luberon region of Provence, not far from the famous town of Bonnieux, then let us introduce you to Le Mas Martin.
Bordered by Gers, the Landes, Hautes-Pyrenees and the Bay of Biscay, with the Atlantic to the west and the Pyrenees to the south, the Pyrénées-Atlantiques is an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Goult might be a significantly lesser-known village than the neighbouring towns of Gordes and Roussillon, but that doesn’t make it an absolute treasure to visit.
With a mild, sunny climate all year round, glamorous cities, traditional towns, stunning beaches and breathtakingly beautiful scenery, Provence is justifiably synonymous with the good life.
From quirky boutiques selling handmade vintage clothing that you won’t find anywhere else, to designer stores and flea markets, the Cote d’Azur is a paradise for shoppers of all styles and tastes.
The Cote d’Azur is world famous for its beautiful beaches, fine cuisine, elegant cities and breath-taking views. This glamorous and desirable stretch of coast in the south of France is also notorious for its art.
When we think of Provence, images of fields of brightly coloured lavender flanked by rolling hillsides with quaint villages perched at the zenith, are never far away.
Comprising of the Languedoc and Dordogne regions that boast an incredibly diverse landscape of gorges, meadows, vineyards, beaches, cities and ancient villages, the South West of France is simply made for being in the great outdoors.
Hailed as a “village with the services of a capital city”, St. Tropez is a sure-fire place to head to if you’re looking to do some serious shopping. Even the very name St. Tropez oozes sophistication, luxury and affluence, with many of the world’s leading brands in upmarket retail justifiably setting up shop in this