The South of France is one of the most luxurious spots in the world. It is a mix of historic homes and old traditions existing side by side with contemporary architecture and modern trends. You are never too far from the Mediterranean or the mountains; nor too far from a quiet stroll along the lavender fields or the excitement of city life.
The area consists of three major regions: Languedoc, Provence and the Cote d´Azul (French Riviera). The South of France has hillsides covered with vineyards, villages perched on rocky crags and forests of the typical Mediterranean pine tree. The coastline has indented capes and bays with many beautiful marinas and luxurious hotels. Property styles includes something for every taste: a small farmhouse in a hilltop village, a charming apartment overlooking the Mediterranean or a luxurious villa.
With good weather, picture postcard perfect beaches, a lovely countryside and a rich history and culture, there is always something to do. You can enjoy centuries-old carnivals, modern art gallery exhibitions, religious festivities, wind surfing and film and music festivals. A typical day could be an early brisk walk to the boulangerie for fresh bread or a stop at the local market for summer fruits, followed by sunbathing and taking a plunge in the Mediterranean. In the afternoon, you can drop into a local café or stroll along a promenade. Whatever your pleasure, I am sure the South of France will delight and enchant you.