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On the page below you can find further information on the popular regions of our luxury holiday  homes and villas presented by AzurSelect, Enjoy looking and discover the most beautiful spots and Holiday homes in South France.

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The Cote d'Azur Var region as well called in English the French Riviera is known for its beautiful beaches from Marseilles to Nice and thousands of luxury vacation villas with amazing sea views that are rented during the summer, as well with a large amount of features, such as diving, sailing, day t
The Cote d'Azur Var region as well called in English the French Riviera is known for its beautiful beaches from Marseilles to Nice and thousands of luxury vacation villas with amazing sea views that are rented during the summer, as well with a large amount of features, such as diving, sailing, day trips, luxury shopping and of course swimming and to enjoy the sun, sea and the world famous French cuisine. For the Golf lovers the Cote d'Azur is a paradise, it offers the finest golf courses in Europe, some right on the coast "see our special golf" for more information. Cozy markets and the many old buildings, many described St. Tropez with its luxury marina. Day excursion you can as example go to Cannes or visit Monte Carlo (Monaco) with its famous casino and luxury shopping centers. Many winter visitors do not realize that in less than 1.5 hours from the coast you can enjoy the snow regions with beautiful mountains. The Coted'Azur, also known as the French Riviera, is known for its elegant appearance and life of the rich on earth. The real rise of the Cote d'Azur was in the 1950s and 60s. Along the shores were many expensive houses and apartments were built and currently many are rented as holiday homes and luxury vacation villas, the most expensive homes are situated directly on the water, as the French say "Pieds dans L'eau", "feet in water" Ook AzurSelect offers various villas direct at the sea with private entrance to the sea '' feet in the water "the Cote d'Azur is still a very popular destination for the rich but has grown to be the most sought after as holiday destination for young and old in Europe, with its beautiful beaches and great restaurants. But between the luxury interior we should not forget the fields full of yellow flowers.
Alps Maritime
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From Cannes to Nice, Antibes and on to Menton on the Italian border, this total area is very prestigious with exclusive vacation villas. The coastline is dotted with majestic mansions and luxury villa's. The Riviera is very busy in July and August and partly owes its reputation to its pebble and san
From Cannes to Nice, Antibes and on to Menton on the Italian border, this total area is very prestigious with exclusive vacation villas. The coastline is dotted with majestic mansions and luxury villa's. The Riviera is very busy in July and August and partly owes its reputation to its pebble and sandy beaches. The broad avenues La Croisette in Cannes, and La Promenade des Anglais in Nice are as familiar as the Champs Elysées in Paris or 5th Avenue in New York. Cannes with its glamorous yachts and luxury designer shops, gives Cannes in many ways the true picture of the luxury Riviera again. Cannes is the place where there is always plenty to do during the film festival in May, but also the many trade shows throughout the year where the cottages and villas of Riviera are perfect for the right accommodation, rented by many visitors that participate at the tradeshows. The picturesque old quarter of Nice and the famous flower market are a pleasure to visit. All along the coast are picturesque little fishing ports that are so important to the local culture and industry. There are world famous events that take place, such as Mardi Gras in Nice, the Jazz Festival in Juan les Pins and Cannes Film Festival. Once you from the coast inland enters the landscape it changes completely. The roads winding through the hills and mountains stand high above the water. The hills are covered with pine trees, flowering laurel trees, huge cacti and olive trees, all accompanied by the constant singing of the crickets in the summer. The town of Grasse has become the world's perfume capital thanks to all these aromatic plants from the area.
Bretagne
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Brittany is a peninsula in the northwest of France, the Côtes-d'Armor, Finistère, Ille-et-Vilaine and Morbihan. with the capital Rennes. The region is known as Brittany, the French word for Great Britain or Brittany. In the Middle ages, the French language was hardly spoken in most part
Brittany is a peninsula in the northwest of France, the Côtes-d'Armor, Finistère, Ille-et-Vilaine and Morbihan. with the capital Rennes. The region is known as Brittany, the French word for Great Britain or Brittany. In the Middle ages, the French language was hardly spoken in most parts of Brittany. In 1491, when Anne of Brittany, the French king Charles VIII married, Brittany was united with France. The treaty of 1532 was a French Brittany province. In both the 19th and 20th century Brittany conservative in maintaining the old religious feelings. And until today, speak more than a quarter of the population of Brittany Breton, a language closely related to the Celtic Cornish and Welsh. Brittany has a beautiful coastline with cliffs and rocks, beautiful beaches, fun and lively seaside resorts and unspoilt fishing harbors on the tip of Brittany, between the peninsula of Le Conquet and the famous Pointe du Raz. Further south lies the Gulf of Morbihan, a great inland sea with many islands. It is a true haven for seabirds and a paradise for yachtsmen. Romantic castles and old towns with a rich history of more than 600 kilometers of canals and rivers. The main economic activities in the region are agriculture and tourism. It is also a great area for shellfish such as oysters. Brittany is very popular with the British, but also many Dutch and Belgians annually attract to Brittany.
Normandie
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Normandie can divide with the inland and the coast. The region with its lovely country houses, agriculture and its wild coast with rocks and cliffs, the beaches of the Seine Maritime in the East and the high tide difference where strong currents occur. Normandy has 5 provinces each with their own ch
Normandie can divide with the inland and the coast. The region with its lovely country houses, agriculture and its wild coast with rocks and cliffs, the beaches of the Seine Maritime in the East and the high tide difference where strong currents occur. Normandy has 5 provinces each with their own characteristics and beauties with its more than 500 km of coastline, the particular and often wild nature and a rich history. You will notice that the people are very hospitable in Normandy.The Alabaster Coast Seine Maritime, known for its chalky white cliffs and the famous resort of Dieppe, the fishing village of Fécamp, the cliffs of Etretat with its beautiful shapes created by mother nature, the sea. The flowery Calvados coast, the fishing village of Honfleur, Trouville boardwalk with the famous sandy beaches. Pearl Calvados coast, where D-Day took place, it offers many sailing clubs and other water sports, fishing port of Barfleur to Saint-Vaast-La-Hougue and Tatihou. This small island is accessible by boat or on foot at low tide and is a protected bird sanctuary. Cherbourg on the north coast is the largest city and an important port. The Mont Saint Michel Bay Channel, with its famous Mont Saint Michel with vast cliffs and beaches. Besides the popular Normandy coast has a beautiful nature. large Pine forests, adjacent to the Paris region in the south of the Loire, the castles, the great diversity of landscape in all provinces shows new features.
Dordogne
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The Dordogne in southwestern France is one of the most beautiful and popular holiday destinations in France. The beautiful green region of France with castles, medieval towns and villages and prehistoric caves. There are many attractions in the Dordogne, such as the caves of Lascaux, the Marqueyssac
The Dordogne in southwestern France is one of the most beautiful and popular holiday destinations in France. The beautiful green region of France with castles, medieval towns and villages and prehistoric caves. There are many attractions in the Dordogne, such as the caves of Lascaux, the Marqueyssac Gardens, Chateau Castelnaud, prehistoric caves in the Vezere valley. The Dordogne is famous for the rivers where you can find many beaches and nice places for recreation and canoeing on the river or fishing in the cool streams. You will find a large amount of castles and ancient buildings, beautiful bridges, but obviously fine French restaurants. Nature lovers will never get enough of the Dordogne and discover something new each time. Castles including Bourdeilles Chateau, The Chateau de Bourdeilles Brantome, Château de Hautefort Hautefort castle Hautefort are one of the most prestigious castles of the Dordogne, Chateau de Fenelon. Sainte Mondane, a beautiful castle surrounded by a triple wall and situated above the village of Saint Mondane. Chateau de Jumilhac, Thiviers, and the magnificent Chateau de Jumilhac. Chateau de Montréal, Isaac there are too many to mention so we give you here some important ones. The Dordogne in a canoe, sailing and view wonderful old castles seen from the canoe, relax enjoy the many birds and beautiful nature. You can find many companies that rent canoes and these are well organized, you can sail with the tide and again return with a van.
Languedoc
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Languedoc Roussillon, in the Southern France with its many villages which belong to the most beautiful in France. Number of them to call some, Sommières, Sainte Enimie and Villefranche le Confluent, Uzes, Pezenas, St Guilhem-le-Desert, Roquebrun, Collioure, Marseillan, Bouzigues, Lagrasse, Mi
Languedoc Roussillon, in the Southern France with its many villages which belong to the most beautiful in France. Number of them to call some, Sommières, Sainte Enimie and Villefranche le Confluent, Uzes, Pezenas, St Guilhem-le-Desert, Roquebrun, Collioure, Marseillan, Bouzigues, Lagrasse, Minerve, Olargues. Roquebrun with the beautiful River Languedoc orb, Uzès to the Roman era with beautiful architecture beautiful castle and the famous Tour Bermonde tower. Marseillan a cozy fishing village with a huge selection of seafood restaurants. Lagrassde on the river Orbieu, the famous abbey of Lagrasse. Minerve is a wonderful town to visit. Olargues, a beautiful village, with the Pond du Diable bridge. The landscape and nature is very beautiful, with lots of pine trees and wonderful views over the Mediterranean Sea. The Languedoc, the name was derived from the name of the traditional language of southern France, Occitan. It is a paradise for beach lovers. South of Montpellier to Cerbière you find miles of sandy beaches. 240 kilometers along the Mediterranean Sea. The beaches are among the best in France with beautiful white sand. It is an ideal part of southern France for a family holiday. The beaches are also known as the cleanest in Europe, and are not as busy as the other parts of the Cote d'Azur. It runs from Montpellier to the Spanish border. For boaters, it is a paradise, sailing and windsurfing, but also diving is very popular. Especially for a family with children and families looking for fun and peace at same time at the beaches, for beach lovers, this part of France is special recommended.
Vaucluse
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Vaucluse was founded in 1793 from various parts of the departments of Bouches-du-Rhône, Drôme, and Basses-Alpes later renamed as Alpes-de-Haute-Provence. Vaucluse is bordered by the Rhone to the west and the River Durance in the south. Major cities are Avignon, Orange, Carpentras, Cavail
Vaucluse was founded in 1793 from various parts of the departments of Bouches-du-Rhône, Drôme, and Basses-Alpes later renamed as Alpes-de-Haute-Provence. Vaucluse is bordered by the Rhone to the west and the River Durance in the south. Major cities are Avignon, Orange, Carpentras, Cavaillon. The eastern part consists of the Alps and the Mont Ventoux. The medieval Avignon ramparts, the Palace of the Popes and of course give the city , Avignon a unique character. The old center is beautifully preserved with a variety of museums, monuments, historic buildings, palaces, galleries, cafes and bars. The Avignon Opera Molière Rebuilt in 1846 offers music, dance, theater and opera performances throughout the year. The gardens of the Rocher des Doms high above the Rhone, the Cathédrale Notre-Dame-des-Doms and the ancient ramparts make the city a beautiful and interesting city to visit. L'Isle sur la Sorgue known as "Little Venice", Isle sur la Sorgue built on different arms of the Sorgue river, there are hundreds of antique shops, the place is known as the place with the most antique dealers in France without the Paris region. The Luberon hills of the village of Gordes, mentioned in the list of the most beautiful villages of France. Roussillon, 10 minutes from Gordes. Carpentras, Dentelles - Beaumes de Venise - Gigondas - Vaison la Romaine. Visit the Côtes du Rhône vineyards in the heart of the Dentelles.
French Alps
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The French Alps are among the most beautiful mountains in Europe. In winter it's a paradise for skiers, thousands of kilometers of slopes with an enormous amount of modern lifts and beautiful winter sport chalets. The snowy peaks and icy towers of this region are known for their power and fresh snow
The French Alps are among the most beautiful mountains in Europe. In winter it's a paradise for skiers, thousands of kilometers of slopes with an enormous amount of modern lifts and beautiful winter sport chalets. The snowy peaks and icy towers of this region are known for their power and fresh snow. But there are also some fascinating cities in the French Alps to visit such as Annecy, surrounded by mountains and a sparkling lake, also Grenoble, the actual capital of the French Alps. Annecy is the capital of Haute-Savoie, with beautiful mountains and nature of the surrounding mountains, but also medieval sights. The lake itself offers excellent fish, such as Fura or Omble Chevalier. There is another important specialty: the chocolate factories are famous, especially chocolate filled with "Roseau" Chamonix is the most famous alpine town situated at the foot of Mont Blanc. The French entrance to the Mont Blanc Tunnel to Italy is in Haute Savoie. It is known for its skiing and where the first Olympic Winter Games were held in Chamonix in 1924. Find winter sport chalets in chamonix on our website.

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