Located in the western region of Var, near the charming village of Cassis, Bandol is a beautiful harbour on the Var coast. During Summer, it attracts many tourists looking for an authentic Provencal village, beaches and great wines.
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The first thing to do when arriving in Antibes is to talk a walk aroung the Old Town and to get lost in the small streets between the Harbour and the Safranier. Make a stop at the Marché Provençal – Food market to buy some great local products and flowers.
A big city with great cultural events right on the sea side : Marseille is the perfect place for your Summer holidays ! Living in Provence gives a few details about the different beaches in Marseille, tested and approved by our redactors, in order to have a really good time in Marseille !
Provence has many treasures to offer : the old town of Aix en Provence, Marseille’s old harbour, the typical Luberon village… It is hard to know where to start !
If you want to take your time to discover the region, check Un Mas en Provence’s seasonal rentals, a great real estate agency in Provence.
People often associate Southern France with sunny beaches. But they rarely know that with only a 2-hour car ride from Nice, they could be skiing in a wonderful ski resort in the Alps.
1.Go skiing in the Alps
The Alps offer many nice ski resorts which generally open from December to March. Some are more family oriented, other are more expensive and prestigious. If your are travelling with children, try La Foux d’Allos, Praloup or Les Orres. These ski resorts have received the “Famille Plus Mountain” label, a national label to approve facilities available to families with children.