France is famous for the romantic city Paris where you can see the Eiffel Tower, The Louvre museum, Champs Elysees and more iconic landmarks. But France has more to offer than this famous city full of charme and tourists ;). Beautiful nature, cute little cities and a stunning coast: the sunny southside of France: The Provence!
The Provence is a huge area and there is a lot to see. Hire a car to discover this beautiful part of France! You’re not dependent on public transportation and go your own way.
The Provence is a sun-drenched region in the south of France on the Mediterranean. Medieval towns, lavender fields and the Cote d’Azur coast. An ideal place for people who love to combine a sunny beach holiday with nature and culture.
Living like a god in France
The Provence is the place to go and see the most beautiful things France has to offer: a nice climate, good wines and delicious food. The beautiful nature full is filled with lavender fields,vineyards and picturesque medieval villages. And last but not least it has the most beautiful beaches with chic seaside resorts right on the Côte d’Azur.
Cities like Nice, Cannes, Marseille and Saint Tropez are famous places on the Mediterranean. Saint Tropez and Nice are typical cities to spend your time during the holidays and will be full of tourist during the summer season. You might know Cannes from it’s filmfestival: Festival de Cannes. Film Producers present their newest movies and a lot of famous moviestars visit this festival.
Plateau de Valensole
This plateau is a famous piece of nature because of the bright purple lavender fields. June and July are the perfect months to visit the fields. The lavender is blooming and you can make the most beautiful pictures. Plateau de Valensole is the symbol of the wonderful nature of The Provence.
Undoubtedly one of the most beautiful towns in The Provence. You simply can’t resist the natural beautifulness. This town, build on a hill, has been the decor of many films but also artists have settled in this town. Walk through the tiny steep streets, discover small squares with fountains and find a place to see the breathtaking view of the town. The gorgeous Castle is one of the things you have to visit. It’s placed on the central square and is aged from the sixteenth century.