South Of France Holidays

Where the azure Mediterranean kisses the glorious golden coastline, where vine-clad countryside conceals quaint villages and where historic cities buzz with enchanting charm, it’s no wonder the South of France continues to bewitch travellers from near and far. Whether you’re an unabashed romantic seeking a whimsical retreat, a family keen to build sand castles on one of the many picturesque beaches, or a group of chums longing for a vivacious city break, the South of France boasts a medley of delights.

From the sun-drenched hillsides of Provence to the sprawling glamour of the French Riviera, the region offers a slice of paradise for every pocket. Immerse yourself in rich culture and history, bask in the allure of idyllic landscapes, and prepare to indulge in heavenly cuisine and world-class wines. Whatever your wanderlust dreams entail, the South of France is a destination that effortlessly blends the old-world charm with modern panache, promising a memorable experience.


Be it the star-studded allure of Cannes, the lavender fields that canvas Provence, or the grandeur of historic Montpellier, the South of France caters to every flavour of fancy. Let's embark on a trip through this spellbinding region teeming with a variety of unmissable travel destinations.


Known for its famous Promenade des Anglais, animated nightlife, and azure waters, Nice is nothing short of an endless Riviera soiree. From uphill views at Castle Hill to a buzz of activity in the Old Town, Nice promises a holiday filled with vibrant impressions.


A sanctuary for the stars, Cannes boasts luxury like no other. The sunny beaches, luxury shopping, and its world-renowned film festival that attracts the crème de la crème of the film industry makes this city an unforgettable pitstop.


Embodying a rustic charm, Aix-en-Provence is a journey into the region's soul. With its winding medieval lanes, stunning mansions, lively markets and the epitome of the relaxed Provençal lifestyle, it’s a painter's paradise come to life.


Synonymous with glamour and beautiful beaches, Saint-Tropez is a heady mix of golden sands, azure waters, and animated nightlife. Whether it's celebrity-spotting or indulging in the local rosé, one cannot resist the allure of Saint-Tropez.


Stepping into Arles is akin to stepping onto a historical stage. Known for the Romano-Byzantine Monuments, Arles’ majestic amphitheatre and the memories of Vincent Van Gogh’s illustrious art make it an unmissable treasure trove.

Where to Stay

Whether it's a coastal escape, a city sojourn, or a charming rural retreat, the South of France has an array of magical locations ideally suited for everyone - from lovebirds to families to packs of friends.

For a family holiday

Opt for a blissful summer on the beaches of Nice where the Promenade des Anglais is a hive of activities for all. If history stirs your interests, Montpellier with its medieval streets, gothic Cathédrale Saint-Pierre and sumptuous Mansions offers a peak into the past.

For a couples holiday

Whisk away your better half to a private villa in Saint-Tropez where the idyllic beaches and world-class restaurants ooze romance. If you're both wine lovers, gifting your palette with the region's best in Provence might just be your idea of heaven.

For a holiday with friends

A glamour-dipped escape to Cannes will keep your group entertained with fabulous shopping, sun-soaked beaches, and nights of endless revelry. Alternatively, drench yourselves in culture with a romp through the historic lanes of Aix-en-Provence.

When to Visit

The bewitching South of France is a year-round magnet, however, the best months to soak in all its allure is between June and August. These sun-drenched summer months welcome glorious weather, bustling beach life, vibrant local markets, and thrilling festivals. It's simply the region in its full splendour.

Autumn is less crowded and takes on a different charm with the grape harvest season rendering the vineyards a radiant gold. The lighter flight and accommodation prices in spring and autumn further sweetens the appeal. Winter is unnoticed but ideal for those wishing to bask in the region's cultural wealth, be that history-laden museums or sumptuous local cuisine, without the tourist surge.

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