With mild weather, a programme of exciting events and a welcoming, family-friendly environment, the Cote d’Azur is a fabulous place to spend Christmas.
It might be home to a string of fabulously animated cities and towns, world-renowned for their glamour and glitz, but the Cote d’Azur is blessed with many hidden gems, offering the perfect mix of stylish and lively action and peace and tranquillity amongst the most picturesque of landscapes.
Castelnau-de-Lévis is a pretty village in the Tarn department of southern France, to the west of the ancient city of Albi.
Known for its vibrant light and colour, the town of Le Cannet located in the north of Cannes on the Cote d’Azur has long attracted artists to its quaint and narrow streets.
Les Vallee des Merveilles – the Valley of Wonders – is a fascinating site to visit on the Cote d’Azur. Within this plunging valley are more than 40,000 rock engravings, set amongst truly stunning scenery.
The cosmopolitan city of Nice is packed with interesting and thought-provoking sites to visit, and none more so than a trip to the Musée Marc Chagall.
If experiencing breath-taking views and exploring incredible natural beauty and thriving wildlife is what you crave for in a holiday, then you’ll be interested in learning more about Calanques National Park.
Arles lies on the Camargue Delta in the south of France, just downriver from where the mighty Rhone splits into two before it rushes into the Mediterranean Sea.
Alongside the ultra-glamourous and word-renowned towns of Nice, St. Tropez and Cannes on the Cote d’Azur, are a number of quaint and rustic villages. If you want to combine the glitz of the French Riviera with the traditional lifestyles parts of the South of France cling on to, take a look at the following three
Well known as a superb holiday destination, south west France provides spectacular scenery, brimming with flourishing vineyards. This part of France is a prolific wine-producing area. Whether your preference is red, white, rosé or sparkling, there is limitless amount of opportunity to sample, buy and improve your knowledge of wine by exploring some of the 100,000