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Nice, the capital of the Côte D’Azur is defined by its curved bay and the Promenade des Anglais which create a stunning seaside location with a vibrant street life. When you finish in Nice, you’ll leave the Mediterranean shores and head inland to a region that oozes seduction. Not only is this region drenched in sunshine 300 days of the year, its landscape is diverse and its pretty wee hilltop villages so enticing, you will simply want to explore more.
At 270 metres tall, this is the world’s tallest suspension bridge, straddling the River Tarn. Visit the nearby underground caves where Roquefort Cheese is produced.
Explore this trendy village. Wednesday is market day and is renowned for its authentic ranges of colourful linens. Stroll along the boulevards under the shade of centuries old plane trees this trendy village in the heart of Provence. Wander around the narrow little streets to discover attractive boutiques, art galleries and cute squares. Wednesday is market day and is renowned for its authentic ranges of colourful linens.
Marvel at the ochre clad countryside, the vineyards and cherry orchards dotting the hillsides, the terraced fields and the shady squares in the town centres. Lavender Fields are breath-taking colours of mauve, lilac and provincial blue. They are at their best from mid-June until August. On the outskirts of Gordes, visit the historic Abbey de Senanque, set on a steep hill so be prepared for walking. Wine Lovers be sure to sample the renowned wines of the Châteauneuf-du-Pape and maybe even see the amazing grapevines that are so old, knotted and twisted.
Discover this charming town, visiting the antique shops and art galleries, all housed in 16th and 17th century buildings along cobbled pedestrianised lanes. Chapelle du Rosaire, Saint-Paul-de-Vence – An artistic delight, this is the Matisse Chapel that was designed inside and out by Matisse in the years following the end of the WWII. It’s small yet perfectly formed.
Off the beaten track this a magical village is perched at an altitude of 760 metres on the edge of a rocky spur above the Loup River. Explore the Provençal boutiques, the art galleries and superb restaurants.
Explore the Pont d’Avignon and the old town. It’s small and compact with ancient ramparts surrounding the historical town and the magnificent Papal Palace.
Here's a taste of some of our favourite hotels and apartment-hotels in Provence and the French Riviera
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