Holiday in the south of France: much more than just lavender
Anyone who has ever been there will look back fondly on his holiday in the south of France. The lovely beaches, the fantastic cuisine and the savoir vivre will tempt you to pack up your bags and move to France permanently. But France has many more interesting places besides Provence and the Côte d’Azur. The Way of Saint James pilgrim route, for example, is attracting more and more visitors all the time, and the cultural life in the capital city of Paris is constantly reinventing itself. Or have you ever heard of the Hall Saint-Pierre, an art gallery cum bookstore cum cafe, which is only a few minutes’ walk from Sacré-Coeur? As France will be hosting the Olympic Games in 2024, the country will see various innovations and developments in the lead-up to this event, from which both the French themselves and foreign visitors will benefit.
Having your own property in France will allow you to discover the best places in France under your own steam. Insider tip: the village of Estaing, including its historic 13th century castle. Despite its small size, the village along the Way of Saint James offers an abundance of fascinating details that make a visit worthwhile.
Owning a holiday home in Provence will also allow you to explore the various regions in France and enjoy the beauty of the French Mediterranean coast. A holiday apartment in Paris could become your easily accessible second home for new cultural and culinary experiences.