See the areas below. We mainly have properties in the Luberon at the moment.
The Var is the less well-known part of Provence, dotted with beautiful monasteries, villages and churches and a delight to explore, with lively markets, good walks and some fantastic food and wine.
The Luberon is a typical part of Provence, a long valley between two mountain ranges, the Petit Luberon and the Grand Luberon. Dotted with medieval villages, ruins and architectural delights, all interspersed with vineyards set among the limestone outcrops, this area is a delights for gourmets, walkers and history buffs alike.
The elegant French Riviera is the original beautiful coastline close to Italy and Montecarlo, with charming towns like Nice and St.Paul de Vence
Stretching from Marseille towards the Italin border, this is the classic area of the Provencal coast. We also have a smaller area called French Riviera, for the coast around Nice, but this encompasses the whole stretch, finishing near Cannes.
West of Provence, this is a wonderfully unspoiled area, quieter than the buzzing honeypots of the Cote d'Azur, and with fantastic food and wine.