Cote d’Azur, French Riviera, St Tropez, Languedoc are four distinct regions under our umbrella of ‘South of France’ and immense in variety. The perfume town of Grasse, lavender fields fill one's senses in Provence, pink flamingos, white horses and black bulls in the marshlands of the Camargue – all conjure up images of delectable delight and pleasure and all easily accessible from our villas in the South of France. Beautiful sandy beaches, warm sunshine, fabulous fish restaurants, peaceful Medieval hilltop villages, olive groves, centuries-old olive trees and authentic local markets to buy your fresh bread, vegetables, cheese and wine before simply sitting in an old pavement café watching the world go by, or sit and watch locals play boules. The sightseeing, awe-inspiring glories of the south are Roman, great amphitheatres, triumphal arches whilst the medieval treasures Arles and the Papal city of Avignon are just two of the many amazing places to sit and stare at the master craftsmen who built them. The Languedoc region encompasses dramatic wild Cevennes national park, 70 miles of coastline and vast areas of vineyards which produce excellent wine. History comes alive in the astonishingly intact Amphitheatre at Nimes, the incomparable walled city of Carcassonne, the fortress town of Bezier whilst small old towns and villages offer a quieter pace of life and chance to enjoy life as a local. Whatever you do, you will leave your French villa holiday refreshed, senses anew.