The Best of Provence

The south western region of Provence has long been one of the most popular areas in France for tourism. Sitting on the Mediterranean coastline bordering Italy, it enjoys the best of both worlds; glorious beaches as well as sumptuous countryside. Provence is famous for many things; its world famous wines, the legendary hospitality of the locals and the top class cuisine that is ranked amongst the best in the world.

There is a lot packed into a relatively small area in Provence, as it is one of the smallest of the provinces, but so much to see and enjoy that your head will spin. The easiest way to take full advantage of what this beautiful area has to offer is to hire a car, or take your own, and tour the area. So you aren’t tied to hotel times and curfews, the best way to get yourself a base is to rent one of the many beautiful Provence Villas.

These are spread throughout the province and offer both affordability and luxury. French Villas have long been considered some of the best in the world, and fully deserve this high praise. Ranging from two to twelve + beds, there is a villa to suit every situation and every budget. This landscape was immortalised for all time by the artists Van Gogh and Cezanne, and by renting a villa that nestles right in it you can take a step back in time.

Whether you want to be close to the coast and within easy distance of the glamorous resorts such as St Tropez, or further inland near the likes of Arles, there are plenty of villas to be to be found. The freedom to come and go as you please is unparalleled, the only thing that comes close is having a tent, but then you run the risk of returning at the end of the day to find that your belongings have been stolen from your tent.

If you are planning a holiday in Provence and want to see the best that this area has to offer, go online and check out the amazing villas that are available to rent. You can’t beat having complete freedom over your holiday, and being able to eat, drink, and sleep etc. when you want to. If there’s one country that complete freedom to explore is needed, it’s France, and if there’s one area that begs to be explored properly it’s Provence.