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Southern France is truly a haven for those who seek the glamour and culture of the Cote d’Azur. Many luxury hotels dot this coastal region, offering upscale hospitality, and proximity to some of the greatest attractions the area has to offer. As well as being a nature and beach paradise, Southern France is also a cultural haven with museums, galleries, performance venues, and festivals. Add the delightful French language and delicious gastronomy to the mix, and you have the perfect holiday destination for discerning travellers.

Boutique Hotels South of France

Luring thousands of travellers yearly, Southern France earns praise for its beautiful beaches, luxury attractions, and exciting activities. The southern atmosphere is particularly seductive. You can bask in the sun and sand of the beach while sipping fine wine and experiencing the spectacular seaside views. Staying in the boutique hotels of Southern France presents the perfect opportunity for a romantic getaway, with gastronomic tours and upscale shopping to boot.

Boutique Hotels in Southern France: Experience the luxury and sophistication of the Cote d’Azur

Gastronomy on the French Riviera

© Hotel Sezz Saint-TropezThe high class restaurants on the French Riviera offer a diverse cuisine, from gluten-free dishes for the health-conscious gastronomic traveller to luxurious, stylish meals for romantic dinner dates. The Mirazur Restaurant ranks among the best on the French Riviera, a definite highlight for fine dining. Nestled in the small town of Menton, Mirazur offers modern twists on traditional French and Mediterranean dishes, and its large windows offer an unsurpassed panoramic view over the sea. Alternatively, you can head down to Hostellerie Jerome in the small town of La Turbie. Overlooking Monte Carlo, this elegant restaurant offers an intimate atmosphere with low chandeliers hanging above a Victorian tiled floor. Be prepared to be swept away by a dazzling succession of delicious seafood dishes, and amuse-bouches.

Arts and culture in Nice

Nice has a vibrant arts and culture scene, with numerous museums and galleries. The performance arts also have a home at the Nice Opera House. Design enthusiasts looking for some trendy inspiration outside of their boutique hotels in Southern France can head to the Lympia Departmental Cultural Space. This design and art space is located in the renovated building of the Nice Jailhouse, the oldest surviving structure in the Nice Harbour area. Visitors can enjoy contemporary cultural exhibitions here, as well as taking in the charming views over the port and sea, from this art space’s large terrace. For architecture lovers, the Arson Villa in northern Nice fuses 19th century and modern architecture, thanks to its artful renovation. Today, the Arson Villa houses the National Art School, which has received numerous awards for its visual arts exhibitions.

Festival of Aix in Provence

© La CoquilladeCelebrate the fullness of summer in July, with the famous music festival of Aix in Provence. This 48-hour event gives culture lovers an excuse to leave the comfort of their boutique hotels in Southern France and explore the frenzy of musical events in Aix en Provence. There are three main streets where concerts and opera performances can be enjoyed. You can expect something different every year, though it is the festival’s tradition to keep at least a few of Mozart’s works on the program.

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