Provence

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Provence - from the Mediterranean Sea to the Alps

Provence - a region in south-east France known for its breathtaking landscapes, its art and culture and its culinary delights. It stretches from the Mediterranean Sea, the Côte d'Azur, to the Alpine hinterland.

In addition to the beautiful landscapes, Provence is home to many romantic villages such as Gordes and Roussillon, picturesque lavender fields and olive groves as well as the spectacular Calanques - an inlet that stretches from Marseille to Cassis. The region is also a paradise for hikers and cyclists, as it offers many routes and trails to explore this breathtaking landscape. For example, visit the Mercantour National Park (Parc national du Mercantour), created in 1979, which is one of the most remarkable destinations in the region. The highest peak in the park reaches 3143 metres, making it one of the southernmost three-thousand-metre peaks in the Alps.

Provence is also famous for its art and culture. Stroll through the dreamy village of Saint-Paul-de-Vence, where many famous artists such as Matisse and Chagall lived and worked. Or visit the ancient city of Arles, which served as a source of inspiration for Vincent van Gogh.

 

Villas and Hotels in the Provence

12 results
France | Provence
Saint-Rémy-de-Provence
5 bedrooms | 10 persons max.
 
France | Provence
Saint-Rémy-de-Provence
7 bedrooms | 14 persons max.
 
France | Provence
Saint Rémy de Provence
5 bedrooms | 10 persons max.
 
France | Provence
Saint Rémy de Provence
4 bedrooms | 8 persons max.
 
France | Provence
Saint Remy de Provence
5 bedrooms | 10 persons max.
 
France | Provence
Fox-Amphoux
7 bedrooms | 14 persons max.
 
France | Provence
Bonnieux
7 bedrooms | 13 persons max.
 
France | Provence
Orgon
6 bedrooms | 12 persons max.
 
France | Provence
Pernes-les-Fontaines
France | Provence
Pernes-les-Fontaines
France | Provence
Pernes-les-Fontaines
Worth seeing

Massif de l'Esterel

Those who are looking for a more active holiday might be the Massif de l'Esterel an exciting destiantion. Located on the Cote d'Azur, south-west of Cannes, the mountains are considered one of the most beautiful regions on the entire coast. You will find numerous idyllic hiking and bikikng trails here.

Truffle hunting in Les Pastras

Are you looking for a combination of nature and culinary culture? Then perhaps a truffle hunt is the right thing for you. The Les Pastras truffle plantation in Provence offers guests this experience. On a tour lasting several hours with a professional truffle hunter and his animal helper, you go in search of the delicacy yourself. Learn more about the cultivation of truffles in Provence. Of course, a truffle tasting is also part of the program. An absolute must for all gourmets who rent a holiday villa in the Provence, France.

Lavender route in the Provence

The numerous lavender routes offer another opportunity to discover the nature of France close to your holiday villa in Provence. Beautiful and idyllic paths lead you to the aesthetic lavender fields. Book your holiday villa in France in summer from the beginning of June to mid-August to make sure you can experience the lavender fields in full bloom.

Climate and best travel period

The best time to visit the Provence is in spring and autumn, when the weather is mild and the countryside is in full bloom. The summer months can be very hot, but it's a great time to visit local festivals and events such as the lavender festival in Sault and top up your vitamin D stores.

Entertainment and Nightlife

For entertainment and nightlife, the Provence offers many options, from lively bars and restaurants in the villages to glamorous nightclubs in cities such as Cannes and Saint-Tropez. You can also visit local markets where you can buy fresh produce and handmade goods from local producers.

Culinaric

Provence is known for its delicious cuisine, which ranges from savoury dishes such as ratatouille and bouillabaisse to sweet delicacies such as calissons and tarte tropézienne. The region is also famous for its wines, especially rosé wines from the neighbourhood of Saint-Tropez and Bandol.

Anreise

The largest airport of the Provence is in Marseille, but you can land also at Nice Aiport with commercial flights. With private jet you can reach the region also through La Mole Saint-Tropez, Toulon Hyeres or Cannes. However you will need a car to explore this fantastic place. Wherever in the Provence you have your villa rented, you might plan several excursions during your stays. Many small villages hiding worth seeing treasures, wineries, historical and cultural heritage.

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