Top 10 Places to Visit in the South of France

As you may already know, our rosé wine is produced in the South of France and adorned with a label inspired by the beautiful colors of the towns, the stunning lavender fields and picnics at sunset with a cold glass of rosé in hand. We've personally had the most amazing experiences road tripping through the South of France and highly recommend adding it to your list. For this week's blog post, we wanted to share some of our favorite towns to visit for your next road trip through the South of France.

1. St Tropez
St Tropez needs no introduction, but you can't miss the people watching and incredible food scene here.

st tropez
2. Villefranche-sur-Mer
A hidden gem tucked away under Nice, most people never realize this charming little village with only pedestrians exists.

villefranche sur mer

3. Cap Ferrat
Just next to nice, this is a small peninsula with the most stunning villas and beach clubs with crystal clear water to spend the day at.

villa ephrussi
4. Eze
This tiny village is one of the highest on the French riviera and you'll have incredible views while strolling through tiny cobblestone streets.

eze

5. Gordes
Situated on a hilltop you're treated to the prettiest views in the Provence hills.

gordes

6. Menton
Known for lemon everything products and painted in the cutest cheerful colors, plus it's right on the Italian border.

menton

7. Avignon
This historic town has plenty of cultural activities to do, plus a beautiful cathedral.

 avignon

8. Antibes
Between Nice and Cannes, this is the perfect hideaway for a quaint town plus nice beaches.

antibes

9. St Remy de Provence
Be sure not to miss out on the market days when visiting this quintessential town in Provence.

provence

10. Bonnieux
Make sure you time your visit during lavender season so you can experience the incredible lavender fields just outside the village.

bonnieux

We'd love to know: is there anything you would add to this list?

Images 2,3,8,9 by Julia Berolzheimer.

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