South of France
The south of France is one of the most popular tourist destinations on the planet, and nobody who’s ever been there will have any problem understanding why. The coastline of the area runs along the Mediterranean Sea and the country is bordered on either side by Italy and Spain. The fact that the summers are gloriously hot and sunny means that the beaches along the coast draw millions of visitors every year, but the glorious landscape further inland, not to mention the mountains of the Alps and the Pyrenees mean that the region has much more to offer than simply beach holidays.
It’s clearly difficult to describe an area of this size in a limited space, so perhaps the easiest approach is to break it down into three distinct regions, the French Riviera, Provence and the Languedoc. Each has its own distinct flavour and set of attractions, and although the region as a whole can get incredibly busy during the peak holiday months of July and August, it is well worth braving the crowds to discover everything this part of the world has to offer.
The French Riviera extends along the coast from Marseille to the Italian border and this is where you’ll find famous beach resorts such as St Tropez, Cannes and Nice. The coastal part of this region is where you’ll find the rich and famous spending their summers, with super yachts moored just off the shore and crowds thronging the boutiques, cafes and restaurants.
If a beach holiday is not to your taste, but the climate and landscape of the region still appeals then Provence represents the perfect choice. Away from the coast you’ll find hills, mountains and forests as well as towns and villages rich in history such as Avignon, the Camargue and Aix en Provence.
For anyone seeking the beaches of the south of France, but wishing to avoid the kind of crowds to be found on the French Riviera, the Languedoc region, which runs from the Rhone to the Spanish border, is perfect. The beaches here are long and sandy, whilst the area is also home to some of the world’s largest vineyards and, to the south, the foothills of the Pyrenees. Choose the right spot in the Languedoc and it’s possible to combine beach, village and hill walking holiday all in one, whilst avoiding the crowds and much of the expense to be found further along the coast in areas such as the Côte d’Azur.
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