Among the departments that comprise Provence in the south of France, the Var offers a particularly charming diversity of features and Wimco delivers everything from a lovely selection of St. Tropez villas along the coast to a handful of more rural Provence villas inland amid the region's renowned winemaking district. Villa rentals in Provence are a natural, because living here as a temporary resident and becoming one with the pace and flavor of the area's timeless French character add a priceless dimension to your stay. The Var provides the backdrop to many of the most sought-after Provence villas, composed as it is of hills, gorges and rivers in the Massif de l'Esterel and the Massif des Maures, of the fertile Côtes-de-Provence vineyards found inland, and a dramatic coastline off which the Iles d'Hyères hover like sentinels in the Mediterranean. St. Tropez is a destination unto itself, and our St. Tropez villas bring its animated vacation environs to your doorstep while guaranteeing luxury and seclusion.
Villa rentals in Provence mean different things to different people. Some who visit truly want to get away from it all and enjoy time on their own in a peerless French setting. Others want to feel the pulse of culture and lifestyle, to tap into a more vibrant recreational scene. Villa rentals in Provence make all of this possible, simply by way of a call to Wimco. The Var's quiet temperament permeates our Provence villas in converted farmhouses, village abodes and châteaux near the centers of Cotignac, Seillans, Bargemon and St. Paul-en-Foret. Chic and stylish describe our St. Tropez villas on the coast. To the west of St. Tropez—near enough to "be there" while insulated from the resort city's lively immediate surroundings—are some wonderful rural properties near La Garde Freinet, Grimaud and Cogolin.
Wimco can assist you in hotel accommodations as well as vacation rentals. Currently in the Var area we are featuring three. Reminiscent of a traditional country manor, La Bastide de St Tropez is located virtually in town a short distance uphill from la Place des Lices, with 26 intimate rooms and the famed l'Olivier restaurant. Château de la Messardiere has been likened to an Anglo-Moorish castle, commanding a pine-shrouded hilltop vantage with dramatic views of the Gulf of St Tropez in one direction and the vineyards of Ramatuelle in the other. At Villa Belrose, one will find luxury and personalized service at this upscale hotel.
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