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     See the Details Detached house at 765000 euros in Mougins, 06, Provence Cote Azur,06250, France 200m² built in 3 baths 4 beds Size of land: 1500m², Size of living area: 200m², Swimming Pool:  Yes, Partial Air Conditioning, , - Mougins - Cannes Branch of Coast and Country […]
  • Property in the quiet countryside for sale in Roquefort Les Pins
     See the Details Detached house at 689000 euros in Roquefort-les-Pins, 06, Provence Cote Azur,06330, France 225m² built in 3 baths 4 beds Size of land: 2000m², Size of living area: 225m², Swimming Pool:  Yes, , - Mougins - Cannes Branch of Coast and Country […]
  • Apartment in historic building for sale in Cannes
     See the Details Apartment at 498000 euros in Cannes, 06, Provence Cote Azur,06400, France 121m² built in 2 baths 2 beds Size of living area: 121m², Outside area (terrace or patio): 16m²,, - Mougins - Cannes Branch of Coast and Country […]
  • Renovated apartment on walking distance to Cannes center
     See the Details Apartment at 560000 euros in Cannes, 06, Provence Cote Azur,06400, France 70m² built in 1 baths 1 beds Size of living area: 70m², Outside area (terrace or patio): 13m²,Air Conditioning, , - Mougins - Cannes Branch of Coast and Country […]
  • Well situated apartment in center of Mougins for sale
     See the Details Apartment at 239000 euros in Mougins, 06, Provence Cote Azur,06250, France 45m² built in 1 baths 1 beds Size of living area: 45m², Outside area (terrace or patio): 31m²,Swimming Pool:  Shared, , - Mougins - Cannes Branch of Coast and Country […]
  • Quality apartment with sea view in estate with pool and tennis for sale in mandelieu
     See the Details Apartment at 495000 euros in Mandelieu la Napoule, 06, Provence Cote Azur,06210, France 78m² built in 1 baths 3 beds Size of living area: 78m², Outside area (terrace or patio): 40m²,Swimming Pool:  Shared, Air Conditioning, , In a closed and guarded estate with swimming pool, tennis and gym, 3 bedroomed apartment in perfect condition and hig […]
  • Contemporary house for sale nestled in the peace and quiet in Mougins
     See the Details Detached house at 1990000 euros in Mougins, 06, Provence Cote Azur,06250, France 250m² built in 4 baths 4 beds Size of land: 2980m², Size of living area: 250m², Swimming Pool:  Yes, Air Conditioning, , - Mougins - Cannes Branch of Coast and Country […]
  • Stone house for sale in Le Rouret
     See the Details Country house at 950000 euros in Le Rouret, 06, Provence Cote Azur,06620, France 200m² built in 1632 3 baths 6 beds Size of land: 5000m², Size of living area: 200m², Swimming Pool:  Yes, Air Conditioning, , This beautiful stone property with a history sits on the limits of Le Rouret and Bar sur Loup, with fabulous views to the countryside an […]
  • Apartment for sale in Valbonne overlooking a golf
     See the Details Apartment at 525000 euros in Valbonne, 06, Provence Cote Azur,06560, France 90m² built in 2006 2 baths 3 beds Size of living area: 90m², Swimming Pool:  Shared, Air Conditioning, , - Mougins - Cannes Branch of Coast and Country […]
  • Large villa with sea view for sale in Mougins
     See the Details Detached house at 2220000 euros in Mougins, 06, Provence Cote Azur,06250, France 380m² built in 6 baths 6 beds Size of land: 1950m², Size of living area: 380m², , - Mougins - Cannes Branch of Coast and Country […]

Travel

Southern France has been a major highway for travelers for thousands of years. The ancient Roman road, the via Domitia is followed today by the main arterial road for the South, the A9, but thousands of years before the Romans came to Southern France, stone roads were made for the trade routes to central France, including oils, wines and, most importantly, salt from the Mediterranean salt pans.

Today high speed trains, airports and motorways serve the regions of the South of France with the best communications networks in Europe.

Languedoc and Provence are large regions and the modern communications networks melt into the wild thyme and coastal plains, leaving empty forests and wild areas where wild boar roam.

Local public transport networks are efficient – but- not very frequent. To discover the South of France you will need your own means of transport. A good pair of legs, cycling or car – all have some of the best , paths, trails and country roads on the world – you an rent horses or even follow the track of Modestine, the donkey Robert Louis Stevenson took across the Cevennes (all in Languedoc). if you are a biker, the roads in the South of France are a dream.

We will be adding information about rental services for all these options, with maps and suggestions very shortly.

4 comments to Travel

  • Leelee

    We’re planning to travel the southern france towards the end of Sept for 2 weeks.
    -Will it raining often and cold?
    -We’ll fly into Nice and planning to visit several places in southern france and wander is there bus or train for to places Antibes, St Tropez, Aixen Provence, Avignon, Nimes, Perpignan, Carcassonne, Touluse, Pau then back to Nice.

  • admin

    Hi Leelee

    September is a great month, not cold, perhaps occasional rain, but usually dry, nothing serious.

    The rail network will take you to all the towns you list, but it needs careful planning to get times – check the SNCF website http://www.voyages-sncf.com/ the site is a bit clunky but will help you plan times and routes if you persevere.

    Rail is a good way to explore towns, but public ransport to the villages and countryside can be sparse and a hire car is needed for most of Southern France

    A great place to stay is our place at Villa Roquette

    Bonne Route

    Tony

  • admin

    Hi LeeLee

    The weather is usually mild and warm in September – there is usually some rain but nothing serious.

    There is a good rail connection to the places you list wecan offer accommodation in Languedoc at http://villaroquette.com

  • kadhambari

    I am eager to visit france
    how much it costs
    what about the climate conditions
    mode of transport

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