The perched little town of Saint Paul de Vence on France’s spectacular Cote d’Azur is a magical place that has long attracted artists looking to be inspired by the most beautiful of landscapes. Cobbled alleys weave and ascend to the pinnacle of the town, lined with restaurants, bars, art galleries and boutiques. Such is the
The market town of Castillonnès is one of many small and picturesque bastide towns in the Garonne department of south-west France. Having managed to avoid succumbing to the throws of mass tourism, Castillonnès retains its charm as a quiet, working French town.
Just a short stroll down a winding lane from the tranquil and picturesque Dordogne village of Masclat, is a fabulous house named La Piniere. This beautiful house has five bedrooms and four bathrooms and can sleep up to ten guests.
Mas du Val is a striking villa that sleeps up to eight guests and is located less than a kilometre from the famous Provencal medieval city, Saint-Paul de Vence.
Arts and crafts have long been a steadfast pastime of the Cote d’Azur. For many centuries the region has been synonymous with pottery, glassmaking, artisans and other crafts. For example, the town of Vallauris, near Cannes, is internationally known as a pottery region, boasting a 2000-year tradition of pottery.
La Ginestière is a two bedroom bungalow a short distance from St Cezaire sur Siagne, a pretty hilltop village in the foothills of the glamorous Cote d’Azur. La Ginestière can sleep four guests. Situated in a wooded residential area, this simple and unpretentious accommodation is perfect for those seeking solitude and peace. La Ginestière is
La Demeure du Rouret is a large, impressive country home which, with five bedrooms and five bathrooms, can sleep between 10 and 11 guests. This stately house is set within a hectare of wooded parkland just 13 kilometres from Cannes.
Les Clos des Lucoiles is a lovely six bedroom bungalow furnished in a contemporary style in Provence in the south of France. The property is within walking distance to the restaurants and shops of St Cezaire sur Siagne, a pretty and characterful village perched high on a rock above the Siagne River.