Visit Marseille, the second largest city in France. Stop at Arles, where historians will delight in the interesting Roman ruins. Test your Luxury Van as you climb to Briançon, at an altitude of 1326m, it is the highest town in France. Dress up and mingle with the rich and famous at Cannes, this glamorous and super expensive seaside town hosts the annual Cannes Film Festival.
Spend some time in Nice, where you can relax at a café on the famous waterfront and watch the crowds. Stock up on some of the local produce, the olive oil is one of the best in the world. Sample the glorious wines of Côteaux d'Aix, Palette and Gigondas. The ladies will delight in Grasse, the perfume capital of the world. It is surrounded by beautiful fields of fragrant flowers used for the production. Visit the Museum of Perfume and then stop in at the Fragonard factory for a tour. Sample some local delicacies at one the marchés hebdomadaires or weekly markets, where locals arrive to showcase their fresh produce and homemade products.
For sports lovers, the French Alps call and offer stunning ski resorts and for those who prefer to be closer to the ground, the beautiful Verdon Gorges river canyon sparkles in turquoise-green and offers kayaking, hiking, rock-climbing or a drive around the towering limestone cliffs. Van Gogh was inspired in Provence, and you will be too!