The feeling of staying on holiday in a French Villa spawned pictures of sunny days on the veranda or poolside, sipping a glass of locally made Cotes de Provence wine, listening to crickets in the grass.
If you are looking for villas in the countryside, coastal or in developed areas of France, one thing is for sure, holiday villas offer many attributes and positive choices for your holiday.
Whether you have a large family, a small family or you want a break for two, you can be sure a villa holiday karimunjawa tour will be a flexible and affordable option for all your needs.
Provence offers one of the most beautiful and diverse regions in France. Located in the southeastern region of France, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur as it is known in French has the famous Côte d’Azur coastline facing the Mediterranean Sea. While in the countryside you have a formidable Alpine region, famous for its world-famous ski and race races “Tour de France” and grueling stages of the Alpe d’Huez and Mont Ventoux.
Amongst the many rural landscapes to explore and see, with many beautiful and untouched and untouched villages and towns in the countryside. Where do you find many holiday villas located in this area.
Usually holiday villas give the impression of being only available to the elite or sounding expensive, but lately the price is becoming very competitive as more villas are available for the holiday market, some purpose built, some classic old buildings adapted for Life holiday
Traditional countryside for farms and vineyards, so you’ll have plenty of good vineyards to visit & local wines to taste from that area and ideal to enjoy whilst relaxing in your villa with some seafood or local dishes. The wines to watch out for are Bandol, Côtes de Provence, Bellet and the famous crème de cassis liqueur of the region close to the beautiful port city of Cassis.
On the beach of Provence, it has some of the most beautiful beaches in France, which is part of the famous Côte d’Azur beach. Beaches sought and visited are Pampelonne Beach in St-Tropez, Notre Dame Beach on Ile de Porquerolles, Elephant Beach at Le Lavandou, La Garoupe Beach at Cap-d’Antibes, Agay Beach on St-Raphaël Beach and St-Honorat. In Iles de Lérins. All these beaches are worth a visit and offer something for everyone.
So all in all holiday villas in this region are reasonable and well worth it to consider the sights at your door while you are there, the history and local architecture is influenced by the Roman Empire, the stunning coastline & beach.