Provence and Cote d’Azur

Today we publish the Provence and the Cote d’Azur Guide. A great destination for your holidays. And this is not only about sun and beach, this southern region of France is the most visited because of its picturesque villages – Vence, Èze, Gordes…- and amazing natural resources. Here you will find the Alps, and some of the mythical  summits of the Tour de France: Mont Ventoux, Galibier, …

This is a region of amazing gorges, such as the Gorges du Verdon, the Camargue saltflats, huge lavender fields and of course magnificent beaches and resorts such as Nice, Cannes, Monaco, Villefranche-sur-Mer and many more.Here you will also find Marseille and its famous calanques.

All in all an amazing region for your holidays. Enjoy it! We have included more than 140 points of interest in the app

Aquitaine

Aquitaine is one of the most varied regions of France. Around the Gironde estuary, the region is low-lying land, and one of the most famous wine-producing areas in France. The highlight here is the picturesque town of Saint-Émilion. Bordeaux, the capital city, has many fine buildings in the old city, such as the unique eighteenth-century theatre. North of Bordeaux, to the west of the Gironde estuary, lies the area of Médoc, the most prestigious of the region’s wine-producing areas.

On the coast, the resort of Arcachon is very popular, on account of its incredible landscape, with the proximity of the Dune du Pilat, the highest sand dune in Europe. Les Landes, to the south,  is the most heavily forested area of Europe; it is covered with pine forests interspersed with small areas of heath, farmland and lakes. The coastline of les Landes is a long almost unbroken stretch of sandy beach with nice and quiet resorts such as Biscarrosse, Capbreton, Mimizan, Lacanau, Hossegor and many more.