Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur (PACA) is one of the leading destinations for holidaymakers. The mild and sunny climate throughout the year has contributed to its success with spa hotels. Everyone knows the Côte d'Azur and its famous cities, Monaco, Cannes and Saint Tropez. The wild creeks of the Esterel, the numerous seaside resorts and the perched villages are all attractions not to be missed. Another flagship destination in the region to discover: Provence and its typical landscapes. In the South, the creeks in the calanques or the marshes of the Camargue. In the heart of Provence, the lavender or olive fields, the Sainte Victoire mountain, the Luberon. With its typical markets, the PACA region is known for its gastronomy and its tasty specialities such as olive oil, the Calissons d'Aix en Provence, tapenade...
But the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region also appeals to lovers of the mountains and outdoor activities. Benefiting from the presence of the Alps, many hiking trails criss-cross the national parks of the Mercantour, Queyras and Ecrins. The magnificent lake of Serre-Ponçon is a must see, where you can practice many water sports! There are ski resorts such as Serre Chevalier and Isola 2000.
In short: Stroll through the shady streets of old Arles. Take a tour of the Sainte-Victoire mountain. Treat yourself to a horse ride in the Camargue. Discover the great vintages of the Vaucluse. Skiing in the Hautes Alpes. Diving in the turquoise waters of the Verdon gorges. Cycling in the Alpilles. Sunbathing on a pebble beach. The PACA region and its hotels with spa are endless for activities.
The Auberge du Bois Prin built by Denis Carrier in 1976 is one of the mythical addresses of the Mont-Blanc valley. Fallen under the spell of this magical place, the new owners Emmanuel and Kristine Renaut consider themselves lucky and have only one ambition, to continue to make the Auberge live for the greatest happiness of mountain lovers by perpetuating the family adventure.Read more
Nestled in a park at the foot of the castle of Lourde, Le BELFRY et SPA is one of the oldest and most prestigious addresses in the city. At the acquisition of this hotel, the new owners Mr. and Mrs. LEGUIDE had the objective to give back to this former 5-star hotel founded in 1870 its former prestige and allow it to obtain the fifth star through a high standard service.Read more
Once upon a time, there was La Mamounia, the hotel of a thousand and one nights in Marrakech. Since its opening in 1923, the mythical ochre palace has seduced thousands of visitors in search of luxury, calm and pleasure. A true haven of peace, the Mamounia offers a breathtaking view of the Koutoubia, the Atlas Mountains and the hotel's sumptuous park. The hotel combines aesthetics and pleasures to guarantee a unique experience where elegance rhymes with sobriety and ostentation with delicacy.Read more
There are places that we would like to keep secret, the Sultana Oualidia is certainly one of them. Located halfway between Casablanca and Essaouira, the Sultana is an idyllic oasis. A perfect symbiosis between nature and the ocean, overlooking a fantastic saltwater lagoon with bluish shades.Read more