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Our beautiful French villas and chateaux featured in the quiz:
Valmer Beach Villa
Welcome to St Tropez! Surrounded by green pines, flourishing vineyards and golden sands; you’ve found your place in paradise at Valmer Beach Villa. Beach lovers can get their daily dose of sun, sea and sand with plenty of beaches just a sunny stroll away. There is even a sandy cove 300m away and your clan will only be a 20-minute walk to the village of La Croix Valmer – which is often referred to as paradise on earth. Sign me up!
This stunning chateau is surrounded by the beautiful countryside, rich with Loire Valley’s pivotal history. Here you can stroll through heavenly gardens and admire the historical architecture. Chateau Alarie has been well preserved with a wonderful quirky interior with its very own Beauty and the Beast-esque library. With a fully equipped kitchen and large dining room seating 20, you’ll be able to hold an unforgettable soiree with family and friends.
Maison Le Bitoulet
Culture vultures will fall head over heels for Maison Le Bitoulet. This townhouse in Languedoc was originally built in 1882, and although it’s had a little revamp here and there, its interiors still pay homage to the past with chandeliers and statuary. This holiday home is in between Carcassonne and Montpellier, meaning it has access to the best of the Languedoc-Roussillon wine region. Go towards the coast and you’ll find eager winemakers’ ready to share their samples.
Mas De Beauce
History is at the core of this 14th-century villa in the Midi-Pyrénées.
Nods to the past are everywhere, from the medieval-style art on the walls to the antique sewing machine in one of the bedrooms. Even the bathrooms are adorned with rough stone. Exploring this villa is like a treasure hunt, you don’t know what you’ll stumble upon next. Not that you needed any more convincing, but natural beauty is everywhere – you just need a get-up-and-go spirit to visit them.
La Maison Des Moines
La Maison Des Moines is more than just a holiday home, it’s a haven of peace and tranquillity, a place to spend quality time with friends and family and relish the outstanding views of the Dordogne’s spellbinding countryside. It might be hard to tear yourself away, but if you do it’ll be well worth it. Within a 10-minute drive away, there’s a plethora of restaurants, markets, festivals and quaint and cosy villages.
My favorite place in France is Dordogne in the south west, I totally recommend it all year round save the months of July and August when it becomes a victim of its success and very very crowded!
Looks great .love to visit the wineries,and sample some great local food