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The Côte d’Azur is a lifestyle, not just a place
Although those things do of course make the region one of the most popular in Europe. What does this mean for you? A perfect combination of relaxed strolls around historic villages and cities, to the hustle and bustle of Cannes and the Cote d’Azur. The food in the region is a blend of Mediterranean influence from neighbouring countries and Traditional French. It’s fresh, healthy, seasonal and delicious. You’ll find lots of fish and seafood on menus, as well as seasonal vegetables and fresh fruit.
The beaches of the South of France are some of its most popular attractions. The region’s coastline is lined with fine sand, which gives way to pine forests that run along the beach in either direction.
For this reason the typical French beach is sparsely populated and rarely crowded, unless you are in Cannes in the height of summer. Here you can lunch in one of the many fabulous beach side restaurants. Enjoy fresh fish and sushi to be mist delicious local rose wines or fresh juices.
Locals will say that the June-August period is when the region is at its busiest and when the sun never fails to shine. Temperatures can however get very high so May, September or October may be preferable in order to savour mild temperatures at your own pace.
Nice airport has numerous flights all year round from all major cities. Situated just 30 minutes from where we buy, it is always quick and easy to get in and out the airport and get to your homes in just a few minutes!
This region counts some of the most beautiful villages in the country, impressive monuments and countless art galleries you can visit. There are also some museums not to miss such as the international perfume museum in Grasse.
Try quintessential southern French cusine! Typically rich and decadent, if you want to enjoy the experience you are going to have to cast aside any notions of watching your waistline!
Golfing, horse riding, cycling and hiking are some of the ways to appreciate the beautiful surrounding nature. With numerous hiking and cycling routes and impressive golfs you can find everything you need for a more active holiday.
With its varied landscapes - alpine mountains and cavernous gorges, and a world-famous coastline - Provence has an outdoor activity tomatch every mood, moment and energy level.
August is always here to welcome new owners and talk them through the details. You are also welcome to join one of our biweekly webinars.