Famous for its eponymous film festival, Cannes, characterized by its miles of pebbled beaches and historic city center. A spar hotel nearby will show off Nice’s Modernist architectural traditions which you can explore with a relaxed stroll through the maze of streets that make up Vieux Nice (the old town). Nearby Cliff Walk, which begins beyond the old port at Coco Beach, provides spectacular views over the city and ocean and is a local hotspot.
Mountain Treasures & National Parks
Spa hotels in the South of France are strewn about some one of the most diverse landscapes in Europe, making it an ideal destination for those who like to enjoy a variety of activities on the their vacation. Choose a spa hotel in the rural and verdant hills of Parc naturel régional du Luberon. Home to breathtaking medieval hilltop villages and cascading limestone mountains, this region in the Montagne du Lubéron is an ideal destination for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. Parc naturel régional de Camargue is another blissful retreat located right on the coast. Spa hotels here provide access to the traditional French towns of Montpellier, Nimes, and [Arles](/arles-hotels “Arles Hotels”) while also providing scenic hikes through Camargue complete with wild horse and flamingo spotting. A stay with a spa hotel in Toulouse puts travelers within a stone’s throw from the awe-inspiring Pyrenees. Unwind with a massage or sauna back at your spa hotel after a day of hiking the trails during summer, or thundering down miles of well-maintained pistes come winter.
Unwind in Blissful Bordeaux
Of all the cities in the South of France, spa hotels in Bordeaux are bound to impress. This port city on the Garonne River is revered for its impressive 18th century neoclassical architecture and miles of rolling vineyards scattered throughout the region. As a result, wine-tasting and famers’ markets are abundant, providing a true taste of what Southern France has to offer. A dynamic destination, Bordeaux is a city which offers an atmosphere which is both timeless and cosmopolitan. Be captivated by the stunning Miroir d’Eau; a fountain that has created the world’s largest reflecting pool – one feels as though they are walking on glass. Museums are abundant in Bordeaux, and the Musée d’Aquitaine is the most popular place to visit to discover more about the city and its history. The Cité du Vin is a wine connoisseurs dream, with lectures, exhibitions and seminars all dedicated to the grape. It is housed in a truly spectacular building that has been described as “the soul of wine between the river and the city.” After a day of exploring the sun soaked streets of this this excellent city, retire to a luxury spa hotel surrounded by Bordeaux’s vineyards, perfect for a truly relaxing vacation in the South of France.