Map of places to visit in Provence

You can find details of some of the places we suggest you visit near Provence below the map...

 
 

Abbey of Senanque:

Senanque Abbey is a roman style abbey in Provence surrounded by lavender fields and with many of the 12th century monastic buildings lovingly restored

Abbey of Senanque guide

Agay:

Agay is a very small Riviera resort to the south of the Massif d'Esterel

Agay guide

Aiguines:

Aiguines is a small traditional Provencal village between the Lac de Sainte-Croix and the Gorges du Verdon

Aiguines guide

Aix-en-Provence:

The vibrant town of Aix-en-Provence is a traditional Provence town, with many museums and sites of interest, and a very leasant town to visit

Aix-en-Provence guide

 
 

Ancient Theatre of Orange:

The Antique Theatre in Orange is one of the best preserved Roman theatres in western Europe

Ancient Theatre of Orange guide

Annot:

The small village of Annot is most unusual, being built around great boulders in the heart of the village

Annot guide

Ansouis:

The quaint medieval centre, the castle and the views from Ansouis make it one of our favourite Luberon villages

Ansouis guide

Antibes:

One of the most picturesque towns on the Riviera, Antibes also has a very lively town centre and a lovely market

Antibes guide

Apt:

Less touristy than many Provence towns, the highlight in Apt is the baroque style cathedral

Apt guide

 
 

Arles:

The roman amphitheatre and the traditional pastel-painted houses in the historic centre make Arles a very pleasant town to explore

Arles guide

Aubagne:

The small market town of Aubagne is best known for its association with Marcel Pagnol, the famous French author

Aubagne guide

Aups:

This pleasant town is interesting to visit during your stay near the Gorges du Verdon

Aups guide

Avignon:

The Pope's Palace, the Pont d'Avignon and an attractive town centre make Avignon very interesting to explore

Avignon guide

Avignon Bridge:

Avignon Bridge guide

Bagnols-en-Foret:

Bagnols-en-Foret is a pleasant town close to the popular Gorges of the Blavet River

Bagnols-en-Foret guide

Bandol:

The beach and the harbour, the bustling old town and the vineyards nearby all contribute to making Bandol a very popular destination

Bandol guide

Barcelonnette:

Barcelonnette has an attractive town centre, and also a good number of substantial 'Mexican villas' adding character to the town

Barcelonnette guide

Bargeme:

More than 1000 metres above sea-level, it is no surprise that the views are as much part of the attraction as the historic village in Bargeme

Bargeme guide

Barjols:

The most striking characteristic of Barjols is the large number of washhouses, fountains and waterfalls which are found in almost every shady square and corner

Barjols guide

Bauduen:

Bauduen is a pretty village with a beach on the shores of Lac de Sainte-Croix in Provence

Bauduen guide

Baux-de-Provence:

The village of Baux-de-Provence is small but exceptionally picturesque, and has beautiful views across the Provencal countryside. Unmissable!

Baux-de-Provence guide

Beaulieu-sur-Mer:

One of the more low-key riviera resorts, Beaulieu-sur-Mer is a pleasant place to take a promenade and to visit Villa Kérylos, a recreation of a 2nd century Greek villa

Beaulieu-sur-Mer guide

Biot:

The arcacded houses around Place des Arcades are the start of your visit to Biot, a picturesque 'perched village' in Provence

Biot guide

Bonnieux:

Less visited than some of the Luberon villages, the upper town in Bonnieux and the views from the top of the hill make it very pleasant to visit

Bonnieux guide

Bormes-les-Mimosas:

The lovely historic centre of Bormes-le-Mimosas overflows with plants and flowers

Bormes-les-Mimosas guide

Breil-sur-Roya:

One of the most impressive towns in the Upper Roya valley, Breil-sur-Roya has several sites of particular interest

Breil-sur-Roya guide

Briancon:

The town of Briancon is best known for its extensive Vauban fortifications, and also has lots to discover in its old town

Briancon guide

Cadenet:

Cadenet is a small town in the south of the Luberon Regional Natural Park

Cadenet guide

Cagnes-sur-Mer:

If you visit the resort and beaches of Cagnes-sur-Mer be sure to also explore the attractive old village of Haut-de-Cagnes on the hill behind

Cagnes-sur-Mer guide

Calanques at Marseille:

The white cliffs of the Calanques de Marseille plunging into the deep blue sea make it one of our favourite coastlines in France

Calanques at Marseille guide

Callian:

You might lose all sense of orientation in the winding streets of Callian- keep going uphill and eventually you will reach the castle!

Callian guide

Camargue:

The Camargue region of marhes, with flamingoes and semi-wild horses and an unusual natural environment, make it very popular with nature lovers

Camargue guide

Cannes:

Even without the famous film festival, the town and harbour area of Cannes would ensure its popularity

Cannes guide

Cap d'Antibes:

The Cap d'Antibes peninsula is a tranquil region between Antibes and Juan-les-Pins, with a nice coast path and public gardens

Cap d'Antibes guide

Cap Ferrat:

Cap Ferrat has a pretty port, a lovely coast walk and the Ville Ephrussi among its highlights

Cap Ferrat guide

Carpentras:

Carpentras is a sizeable town, and although not always considered a 'tourist town' we found it had a good number of sites of interest

Carpentras guide

Carrières de Lumières in Baux-de-Provence:

The Carrieres de Lumieres is a sound and light spectacle based around famous artists works, in the village of Les Baux-de-Provence

Carrières de Lumières in Baux-de-Provence guide

Carry-le-Rouet:

Slightly outside the main Riviera, the beaches and coastal paths of Carry-le-Rouet are very popular due to their proximity to Marseille

Carry-le-Rouet guide

Cassis:

The harbour area of Cassis, its beach and proximity to the Calanques de Marseille all help ensure the popularity of Cassis

Cassis guide

Castellane:

The small town of Castellane has a pleasant historic centre and is dominated by the cliff and chapel of the Roc

Castellane guide

Castellar:

Castellar is a small 15th century village in the hills above Menton with various historic monuments to see

Castellar guide

Cavalaire-sur-Mer:

The focus at family-friendly Cavalaire-sur-Mer is firmly on the beach and related activities

Cavalaire-sur-Mer guide

Chateau de Lourmarin:

The Chateau de Lourmarin is a castle on the edge of the village of the same name, with both medieval and renaissance elements

Chateau de Lourmarin guide

Château des Baux-de-Provence:

The Château des Baux-de-Provence is a remarkable ruined castle above the village of Les Baux-de-Provence, with amazing views across the Alpilles

Château des Baux-de-Provence guide

Chateauneuf-du-Pape:

Chateauneuf-du-Pape is a pretty village in Vaucluse, overlooked by a ruined castle and well known for the wines produced nearby

Chateauneuf-du-Pape guide

Coaraze:

Coaraze is one of several picturesque villages in the mountains north of Nice that also have stunning views

Coaraze guide

Colmars-les-Alpes:

In the mountain village of Colmars highlights include the Fort de Savoie and fortified medieval gateways

Colmars-les-Alpes guide

Cucuron:

Enter Cucuron through one of its medieval gateways to discover a picturesque old town and lots of interesting houses

Cucuron guide

Dentelles de Montmirail:

Although at quite low altitude the jagged peaks of the Dentelles-de-Montmirail are a lovely place for hiking

Dentelles de Montmirail guide

Digne-les-Bains:

As well as being a spa town, the medieval centre of Digne-les-Bains also merits exploration

Digne-les-Bains guide

Draguignan:

Much of the medieval centre of Draguignan is now lost, but the town will be on your list if you want to find a good shopping experience

Draguignan guide

Embrun:

The historic centre of Embrun is usually visited at the same time as the leisure lake of Lac de Serre Poncon

Embrun guide

Entrecasteaux:

Entrecasteaux is a traditional Provencal town between the Gorges du Verdon and the French Riviera

Entrecasteaux guide

Entrevaux:

The narrow medieval streets and the citadel on the hill above the village are among the highlights in Entrevaux

Entrevaux guide

Extraordinary Museum of Georges Mazoyer:

Museum featuring an eclectic collection of objects discovered in the ocean and various works of art by Georges Mazoyer

Extraordinary Museum of Georges Mazoyer guide

Eze:

Eze is one of our favourite villages in the whole of France, with exceptional coast views and a lovely traditional (pedestrianised) village

Eze guide

Fayence:

Fayence itself is a pleasant, unspoiled small town and well placed to explore the pretty villages of the Pays de Fayence region

Fayence guide

Flayosc:

A stroll to admire the fountains in the quiet historic centre of Flayosc is a perfect contrast to some of the more visited Provencal towns

Flayosc guide

Fondation Maeght:

Fondation Maeght guide

Fontaine-de-Vaucluse:

The highlight of your visit to Fontaine-de-Vaucluse is the wooded valley and river emerging from the rocks next to the village

Fontaine-de-Vaucluse guide

Fontvieille:

This town near Arles has a small historic centre to explore when you are passing

Fontvieille guide

Forcalquier:

Forcalquier is a pleasant Luberon town with several interesting historic monuments

Forcalquier guide

Frejus:

Among other historic sites, the town of Frejus has one of the best ancient baptisteries in France

Frejus guide

Gap:

Not a major tourist destination, in Gap we suggest you take a stroll around the attractive Place Jean-Marcellin

Gap guide

Gassin:

Gassin, listed as a 'most beautiful village in France' is high on a hill above Saint-Tropez

Gassin guide

Gorbio:

You should visit the quiet village of Gorbio as much for the scenery as the pretty historic village itself

Gorbio guide

Gordes:

The exceptionall pretty-village of Gordes is also one of the most visited villages in France

Gordes guide

Gorges d'Oppedette:

The Gorges d'Oppedette are picturesque gorges in provence, accessible by several hiking trails

Gorges d'Oppedette guide

Gorges du Verdon:

These gorges in northern Provence are one of the most impressive scenic highlights in France

Gorges du Verdon guide

Gourdon:

Gourdon is practically the archetypal Provencal village, unmissable by you and by the many thousands of other visitors to the region!

Gourdon guide

Grasse:

Grasse, the perfume capital of France, also has a very extensive old town with tall pastel-painted houses to enjoy

Grasse guide

Greoux-les-Bains:

The small spa town of Gréoux-les-Bains is well situated to explore the Lac d'Esparron and the lavender fields of the region

Greoux-les-Bains guide

Grimaud:

The scenic village of Grimaud is made even more charming by the many gardens and flowers in the village

Grimaud guide

Hyeres:

Hyères has an extended historic centre with parks and a castle as well as a charming 19th century quarter in the town

Hyeres guide

Iles d'Hyeres:

The Iles de Hyeres, off the Riviera coast, are perhaps the most beautiful coastal islands anywhere in France

Iles d'Hyeres guide

Juan-les-Pins:

A short distance west of Antibes, Juan-les-Pins is one of the liveliest resorts in the riviera

Juan-les-Pins guide

L'Argentiere-la-Bessee:

The silver mines in L'Argentiere la Bessée, very active in the 19th century, are now reopened as a popular tourist attraction

L'Argentiere-la-Bessee guide

L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue:

L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue is a pretty town well known for its rivers and their numerous water wheels

L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue guide

La Brigue:

La Brigue is a small, pleasant town to explore, and nearby visit the Sanctuary of Notre-Dame des Fontaines with its astonishing 15th century frescoes

La Brigue guide

La Ciotat:

The attractive harbour and numerous chapels in the old town are the main attraction in La Ciotat

La Ciotat guide

La Croix-Valmer:

It is the wide choice of beaches that attracts most visitors to La Croix-Valmer

La Croix-Valmer guide

La Grave:

Although better known as a ski resort, the village of La Grave is also a very unspoiled traditional mountain village

La Grave guide

La Turbie:

The small village of La Turbie developed in medieval times, or earlier, around the imposing monument called the Trophy des Alpes

La Turbie guide

Lac de Sainte-Croix:

The Lac de Sainte-Croix is a popular leisure lake with beaches near the Gorges du Verdon in Provence

Lac de Sainte-Croix guide

Lacoste:

The small village of Lacoste, one of the most beautiful in the Luberon, stands below the castle of the Marquis de Sade

Lacoste guide

Lake Serre-Poncon:

Among many beautiful Alpine lakes we mention the Lac de Serre-Poncon because of its spectacular setting and wide range of leisure activities

Lake Serre-Poncon guide

Le Bar-sur-Loup:

An attractive village with ruins of a castle and fortified walls, and surrounded by attractive scenery

Le Bar-sur-Loup guide

Le Barroux:

From the castle ramparts in Le Barroux you have very far-reaching views across the vineyards and olive groves of the region

Le Barroux guide

Le Beaucet:

The castle, the fortifications, the cliffs and the troglodyte dwellings come together to make Le Beaucet part of the landscape

Le Beaucet guide

Le Lavandou:

Le Lavandou is a quiet resort on the Cote d'Azur with several beaches close by

Le Lavandou guide

Les-Arcs-sur-Argens:

Les Arcs, with its historical Parage quarter, is a very lovely historical town

Les-Arcs-sur-Argens guide

Lorgues:

The town of Lorgues is quite a quiet town, and very typical of Provencal towns in having a historic centre to explore

Lorgues guide

Lourmarin:

Lourmarin is one of the most important scenic villages in the Luberon region

Lourmarin guide

Lurs:

The village of Lurs is small but has a great deal of character

Lurs guide

Mandelieu-la-Napoule:

While lacking the attractions of the more important Riviera towns, Mandelieu-la-Napoule is well placed to explore the coast around Cannes

Mandelieu-la-Napoule guide

Mane:

The citadel above the village is the principal monument in the small Provencal village of Mane

Mane guide

Manosque:

Ensure that your trip to the bustling town of Manosque includes a stroll up Mont d'Or for views back across the town

Manosque guide

Marseille:

Marseille is perhaps not a tourist town but is one of the most vibrant and exciting port towns in France

Marseille guide

Martigues:

The harbour area and quaint fishermen cottages is the principal attraction in the large town of Martigues

Martigues guide

Massif de l'Esterel:

The Massif d'Esterel is a substantial region of countryside on the riviera with hiking trails through the red-rock scenery

Massif de l'Esterel guide

Menerbes:

One of our favourite Luberon villages, the streets of old Menerbes are overflowing with charm

Menerbes guide

Menton:

The beautiful town of Menton, on the slopes of a hill near the Italian border, is one of our very favourite towns in France

Menton guide

Mercantour National Park:

The National Park of Mercantour, in the Alps near the Italian border, includes the Valléé des Merveilles with thousands of prehistoric rock carvings

Mercantour National Park guide

Monaco:

The Municipality of Monaco, with high-rise blocks squeezed onto every square inch, is a remarkable sight here on the riviera

Monaco guide

Mons:

The elevated position of Mons, at 800 metres altitude, means the views across the Mediterranean stretch an extraordinary distance

Mons guide

Mont-Dauphin:

The fortified mountain town of Briancon, one of the highest towns in Europe, is dominated by its historic fortifications

Mont-Dauphin guide

Montauroux:

Most visitors will combine a trip to Montauroux with some time at the leisure Lake of Saint-Cassien nearby

Montauroux guide

Mougins:

You will want to pause several times to admire the views across Cannes Bay as you explore the cobbled streets in the centre of Mougins

Mougins guide

Moustiers:

The setting of Moustiers-Sainte-Marie below steep cliffs and the lively historic centre make Moustiers-Sainte-Marie one of our favourite villages in France

Moustiers guide

Naturoptère:

Naturoptere is a biodiversity centre where you can learn of the interaction between nature and insects

Naturoptère guide

Nevache:

The picturesque mountain village of Nevache is well placed to explore the scenic Vallée de la Clarée

Nevache guide

Nice:

One of the largest towns in France, Nice is also the most visited resort and our favourite Riviera resort town in France

Nice guide

Opio:

Opio is a tiny village in the hills, with very far-reaching views

Opio guide

Oppede-le-Vieux:

Oppede might be less visited than the more famous of the Luberon villages, but a visit is still recommended - and the crowds rather less!

Oppede-le-Vieux guide

Oppedette:

After a stroll around the historic village of Oppedette you can visit the Gorges d'Oppedette, a lovely local landmark

Oppedette guide

Orange:

Orange is best known for its Roman monuments such as the very good condition Theatre

Orange guide

Papal Palace, Avignon:

The Papal Palace in Avignon is the most imposing gothic palace in Europe

Papal Palace, Avignon guide

Pegomas:

The traditional Provencal town of Pegomas is ideally visited in early spring as part of the Route des Mimosas

Pegomas guide

Peille:

Its remote location stops too many tourists reaching Peille but make the effort and you will discover a charming little medieval village

Peille guide

Peillon:

Peillon is a small village, but the picturesque cobbled streets and the stunning views make a visit very worthwhile

Peillon guide

Pernes-les-Fontaines:

Pernes-les-Fontaines takes its name from the large number of historic fountains in the town - 40 at last count!

Pernes-les-Fontaines guide

Pertuis:

Pertuis is a small Provencal town to the south of the Luberon Regional Natural Park

Pertuis guide

Port Grimaud:

The port at Port Grimaud, and the colourful houses along the waterfront, is mostly quite new and very beautifully maintained

Port Grimaud guide

Presqu'ile de Giens:

The Presqu'ile de Hyeres is a peninsula with beaches, a nature reserve, pretty coastline and small ports to explore

Presqu'ile de Giens guide

Ramatuelle:

A small village just a short distance inland from Saint-Tropez, Ramatuelle can become rather busy - but is also very recommended...

Ramatuelle guide

Riez:

Your trip to the village of Riez should include the baptistery, 5th century and one of the oldest in France, and the Roman ruins

Riez guide

Roquebrune-Cap-Martin:

Medieval Roquebrune village and the coastal Cap Martin combine to make Roquebrune-Cap-Martin one of the most desirable locations on the Riviera

Roquebrune-Cap-Martin guide

Roquebrune-sur-Argens:

Roquebrune-sur-Argens combines a traditional Provencal village, a beach resort...and a great chocolate shop!

Roquebrune-sur-Argens guide

Roussillon:

As well as the orange houses of the village you can explore the ancient ochre mines just below Roussillon

Roussillon guide

Route des Cretes:

The Route des Cretes between Cassis and La Ciotat is a beautiful route in Provence along the highest sea cliffs in France

Route des Cretes guide

Saint-Cezaire-sur-Siagne:

A visit to the small town of Saint-Cezaire-sur-Siagne might be combined with a trip to the nearby caves - Grottes de Saint Cézaire

Saint-Cezaire-sur-Siagne guide

Saint-Cyr-sur-Mer:

The beaches such as Les Lecques, the forest and the pleasant town make Saint-Cyr-sur-Mer a popular summer resort

Saint-Cyr-sur-Mer guide

Saint-Maximin-la-Sainte-Baume:

The principal monument here in Saint-Maximin-la-Sainte-Baume is the Basilica of Sainte-Marie-Madeleine

Saint-Maximin-la-Sainte-Baume guide

Saint-Paul-de-Vence:

On of the highlights in the pretty village of Saint-Paul-de-Vence is the famous Museum of Modern Art

Saint-Paul-de-Vence guide

Saint-Raphael:

The clean and popular resort of Saint-Raphael is one of our favourites along this section of the Riviera

Saint-Raphael guide

Saint-Remy-de-Provence:

The historic monuments here are a testament to St-Remy-de-Provence's claim to be one of the oldest towns in France, and the time that Van Gogh spent here is also celebrated

Saint-Remy-de-Provence guide

Saint-Saturnin-les-Apt:

It is true that Saint-Saturnin-les-Apt is larger and less visited by tourists than many of the Luberon villages, but find the time and you will discover another scenic small town

Saint-Saturnin-les-Apt guide

Saint-Tropez:

As well as its very famous harbour, town centre and beach Saint-Tropez also has a charming medieval village centre to explore

Saint-Tropez guide

Sainte-Agnes:

Sainte-Agnes is the highest coastal village in Europe, 800 metres above sea-level and close to Menton - although the road here is rather steep and winding!

Sainte-Agnes guide

Sainte-Croix-du-Verdon:

Sainte-Croix-du-Verdon, France is a charming small resort on the west coast of the Lac de Sainte-Croix in Provence

Sainte-Croix-du-Verdon guide

Sainte-Maxime:

Sainte-Maxime has a small town to explore, but it is as a popular family beach resort that it is better known

Sainte-Maxime guide

Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer:

On the edge of the Camargue region, Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer is a very pleasant coast town well known for its gypsy festival

Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer guide

Salernes:

Nicely situated in the Bresque river valley, both the medieval quarter and the shady valley in Salernes should feature on your itinerary

Salernes guide

Salon-de-Provence:

The castle and Collegiale church of Saint-Laurent are among the principal places of interest in Salon-de-Provence

Salon-de-Provence guide

Sanary-sur-Mer:

The historic boats and the palm trees around the pretty harbour are the highlight in Sanary-sur-Mer, with various beaches close to hand

Sanary-sur-Mer guide

Saorge:

The village of Saorge is spread along a high ridge, with dramatic views to the Tende Valley

Saorge guide

Sault:

In a region most visited for the surrounding lavender fields, Sault is also a picturesque village to explore

Sault guide

Seguret:

Seguret is a very picturesque village east of Orange, now classified among the most beautiful villages in France

Seguret guide

Seillans:

The village of Seillans is a perched village in the Pays de Fayence region of Provence, now listed among the 'most beautiful villages in France'

Seillans guide

Serre Chevalier:

Serre-Chevalier is an extensive alpine ski region, based around Briancon and incorporating many resorts and villages

Serre Chevalier guide

Seyne-les-Alpes:

In the mountain village of Seyne you can see various parts of the medieval defences that once stood here, and a pretty village

Seyne-les-Alpes guide

Simiane-la-Rotonde:

The medieval castle with its domed rotunda is just one of the sites of interest in the lovely village of Simiane-la-Rotonde

Simiane-la-Rotonde guide

Sisteron:

The citadel is the main attraction in Sisteron, along with the dramatic rocky slope on which it is built

Sisteron guide

Sospel:

Between Menton and the mountains, the river and fortified bridge are a very scenic part of the town of Sospel

Sospel guide

Tanneron:

Tanneron itself is a small village, often visited by those enjoying the leisure lake at nearby Lac de Saint Cassein

Tanneron guide

Tarascon:

Tarascon is a pleasant town with a substantial castle on the Rhone river, well placed for exploring the region around Arles and Avignon

Tarascon guide

Tende:

Within the eastern Mercantour National Park, Tende is a very unspoiled and traditional mountain town with an extensive historic centre

Tende guide

The Jardin Exotique d'Eze:

The Exotic Garden of Eze is a beautiful garden overlooking the Cote d'Azur

The Jardin Exotique d'Eze guide

The Jardin Exotique de Monaco:

Stunning exotic garden overlooking Monaco and the Cote d'Azur

The Jardin Exotique de Monaco guide

The Ochre Footpath of Roussillon:

The Ochre mines of Roussillon are eroded into beautiful colours and shapes and fascinating to explore

The Ochre Footpath of Roussillon guide

Theoule-sur-Mer:

The resort at Theoule-sur-Mer is on the coast near Cannes, and is a cheaper alternative to staying at Cannes or Nice

Theoule-sur-Mer guide

Toulon:

A town with its focus firmly to the sea, Toulon is the base for the French Naval fleet and the National Museum of the Navy as well as having a large attractive pleasure port and harbour

Toulon guide

Tourrettes:

The small village of Tourrettes is one of several perched villages in the Pays de Fayence region of Provence

Tourrettes guide

Tourrettes-sur-Loup:

It is the medieval centre and the lovely views that will attract you to the perched village of Tourrettes-sur-Loup

Tourrettes-sur-Loup guide

Tourtour:

Tourtour is a very attractive and traditional Provencal village with a great deal to enjoy

Tourtour guide

Trigance:

Trigance is a charming small village and castle to the east of the Gorges du Verdon

Trigance guide

Vaison-la-Romaine:

You are spoiled for choice in Vaison-la-Romaine, with substantial Roman remains and also a large medieval centre to explore

Vaison-la-Romaine guide

Valbonne:

Very quiet when we visited, we found Valbonne to be an almost undiscovered small jewel of a town

Valbonne guide

Valensole:

Valensole is surrounded by lavender fields, and the lavender industry is also seen in the products sold in the shops in the village

Valensole guide

Valgaudemar Valley:

The valley of Valgaudemar is one of many picturesque natural highlughts in the high Alps region

Valgaudemar Valley guide

Vallee de l'Ubaye:

Starting near the Lac de Poncon, the Vallée de l'Ubaye is one of the scenic highlights in the Alps

Vallee de l'Ubaye guide

Valmasque Parc:

Its location near Cannes means that Mougins is quite an upmarket town, and the medieval streets lined with art galleries and expensive restaurants

Valmasque Parc guide

Venasque:

The ancient baptistry and the scenery of the Nesque river valley are just two of the reasons to visit the village of Venasque

Venasque guide

Vence:

After exploring the walled historic centre of Vence you can take a stroll to the nearby Matisse Chapel

Vence guide

Villa Ephrussi:

Villa Ephrussi is an beautiful villa with views across the Riviera, impressive architecture and extensive gardens

Villa Ephrussi guide

Villa Kérylos:

Villa Kerylos is the recreation of a Greek Villa, with mosaics and frescoes, built on the Riviera in the early 20th century

Villa Kérylos guide

Village des Bories:

The Village des Bories, near Gordes in Provence, is a fascinating group of ancient stone dwellings and shelters

Village des Bories guide

Villecroze:

Villecroze is a charming small village with a quaint historic centre and a park with troglodyte dwellings

Villecroze guide

Villefranche-sur-Mer:

The small harbour town of Villefranche-sur-Mer is in one of the loveliest positions on the Cote d'Azur

Villefranche-sur-Mer guide