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About the Southeast Region

Southeast France encompasses an amazing variety of offerings. There you'll find the glamorous Cote d'Azur towns of Cannes, Nice and St. Tropez, as well as the villages favored by French city dwellers - Ste. Maxime, St. Raphael, Bandol.

St. Raphael, a seaside town in Southeast France,  has been a popular travel destination since the 12th century and even before that when the Romans enjoyed this beach resort.  St. Raphael is the ideal location for your stay in a vacation rental property with six beaches, cafes, restaurants and a great destination for diving and water sports, or just spending the day browsing the local markets and shops.
Enjoy quiet pleasures among olive and almond groves in the heart of Provence  and its vacation rentals. Bicycle down grand leafy corridors in Avignon or Aix-en-Provence, or explore the winding cobblestone streets in smaller towns such as Arles, St. Rémy and Les Baux-de-Provence .

Vence is a magical, historical village located in the Provence Alpes-Côte d'Azur region in southeastern France between Nice and Antibes. Referred to as the City of Art Vence inspired Matisse to create the Chapelle du Rosaire which is small chapel unique in that every element and fixture was designed by the artist.

Explore the incredible hilltop villages of the Luberon. Take a short drive west to nearby Languedoc and visit the lively, sunny town of Montpellier or the Wildlife Nature Preserve of Camargue.  Languedoc is truly a Province for all seasons with summer sandy beaches along the southern French coast and world-class winter skiing in the Pyreenees in the northern portions of the Province.

Visit Le Roussillon, the region around Perpignan that includes scenic fishing villages such as Collioures and rural villages such as Céret, famous for the 20th century artists who lived there.

Treat yourself to the bustle of 2,000-year old Lyon, known for its world famous cuisine and a well-preserved Renaissance district.

If you're a skier, rock climber, or mountain lover, enjoy the French Alps from scenic towns such as Annecy or the charming village resorts of Chamonix and Val d'Isère.