South of France
If you enjoy beautiful beaches, adorable villages and delicious food, then the South of France should be on the top of your travel list. It consists of the French Mediterranean coastline and its hinterland, from the Italian to the Spanish borders, and is made up of two French regions, PACA or Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur to the east of the Rhone, and Languedoc Roussillon to the west of the Rhone.
Here are some of the highlights and excursions we have planned for you this Spring.
Fratelli Carli / Museum of Olives
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Award Winning Wine from Terre Bianche
Wine is their passion. Since the very early days in 1870 their primary aim has been to create a quality product that celebrates the flavours of unique Ligurian grapes.
They’ve found the perfect spot in the Val Nervia area, which benefits from a mild climate and is unique for its peculiarly white soil – that’s where the name, Terre Bianche, comes from. And they’ve developed production techniques that perfectly combine the innovation of new technology and processes with the tradition passed on through generations.
The result is a selection of award-winning wines – from Rossese, made from a red grape exclusively grown in local area, to elegant whites – that we think you’ll find exquisite.
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