However, the region’s character is diverse. In the Languedoc, the pace is slow, and the traditional charm and attitude towards life has remained less affected by the influx of tourism.
The main settlements are Toulouse, Montpellier and Carcassonne, which provide fascinating cultural and historical attraction, while the area is home to excellent destinations like the Palmyra resort.
Provence is France for romantics; immortalized in the writings of Emile Zola and the paintings by Paul Cézanne, the area is rich in colour, history and vitality. Be sure to visit Aix and Avignon, and sample the fantastic gastronomic delights; explore the region from charming bases like Domaine de Chateauneuf and Dolce Frégate, or experience the ultimate luxury of the Four Seasons Provence, ensuring that there is golf to match the awe-inspiring scenery.
In contrast to the classical Provençal landscape, the French Riviera, stretching towards Monte Carlo and the Italian border, is glitz and glamour at its finest. Head to Cannes, Nice or St.Tropez for the archetypal Côte d’Azur experience, where people go to see and be seen.
All this can be yours, as well as the superb golfing options of resorts like the Amarante Golf Plaza. With this rich diversity, the famous Southern region around the Mediterranean has a golf holiday to suit every demand.
Chateau de la Begude
- 2 Nights, 2 Rounds
- Bed and Breakfast