Set just next to the shores of the Med, Provence is a land of exception, appreciated throughout the world for the beauty of its landscapes and inimitable lifestyle. Provence’s azure-blue skies, natural scenery, remarkable heritage, chirping cicadas, lavender fields and hilltop villages make it a holiday destination dreams are made of.
Between the sea and mountains, the Mediterranean shores from Saint-Tropez to Menton, the hills of Provence and the Alpine Mercantour Massif, the Côte d’Azur offers a great diversity of landscapes. The beauty of its beaches and the splendour of its luxury hotels, the fame of its Festivals and the celebrity of its Artists create a lovely balance with the green forests and valleys of the mountain hinterland, the red-tile roofs of its age-old perched villages and the bright yellow of mimosas in bloom…
The Mediterranean coast offers a plethora of stunning and infinitely varied sights. After exploring the beautiful “Calanques” fjords running from Marseille to Cassis, why not step inland to the Maures hills and their immense forests of oak and sweet chestnut trees. Heading East towards Fréjus, the fiery red rocks of the Esterel hills, offering spectacular views over the Med, are a must too.
How about taking to the heights? Located just two hours inland from the Mediterranean, the sunny Southern Alps are a fabulous playground for outdoor lovers in both winter and summer. You will love exploring these wild and breathtaking landscapes, dotted with authentic old villages…
For more information visit: www.tourismepaca.fr
Regional Council of Région Sud Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur (PACA) Tourism Service
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Région Sud Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur (PACA) Brussels Delegation
Rue du Trône 62
Dec 11, 2019
The MED Sustainable Tourism Community met for its first Steering Committee Meeting and participated to the Lead Partner Seminar of the Interreg MEd Programme on December 10th and 11th in Marseille. NECSTouR permanent secretariat attended both events.
Harnessing creativity to accelerate sustainable tourism
The Interreg MED Transnational cooperation will launch in February 2019 a strategic Project call on Sustainable Costal Tourism and Maritime Surveillance. The call will provide 13 million of euros to 4 selected projects.
The French National Authority in cooperation with the "Country" coordinator (CGET) will organise an informative meeting on the Call on the 18th of January 2019 at the Région Sud Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur (PACA) Headquarters in Marseille.