Six-Fours-les-Plages, France

Six-Fours-les-Plages, France

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Say "salut" to your blindingly brilliant beachfront vacation

Get ready to fall head over heels in love, because this place delivers charisma by the bucketload. A Cote d'Azur resort par excellence, Six-Fours-Les-Plages vacation rentals have all the water sports, outdoor activities, fine dining, and laid-back beach culture you'd expect in this part of France, but without too much of the celebrity-style shades and flashy swimsuits you might find further along the coast. You're also ideally located for city excursions to Toulon or Marseille, cruises to the Iles d'Hyeres, or expeditions into the glorious semi-wilderness of the Parc National des Calanques.

Water sports are a breeze when the Mistral winds blow

Six-Fours-les-Plages vacation rentals are a dream come true for water sports enthusiasts, whether they're scuba divers, fishermen or sailors. And one tribe in particular can't get enough of the place—when the Mistral winds blow down from the mountains, you'll see excited windsurfers rocketing around the bay on the stiff breezes. Hikers will be drawn to the coastal trails, and the nearby Janas forest is perfect for horseback riding and mountain biking. And if any of that sounds a bit too much like hard work, the brilliant beaches have more than enough room for you.

It doesn't take too long to get to Toulon

If you're looking for museums and culture, you'll want to take a little trip over to the main city of Toulon, just 15 minutes away by car. It's got an adorably quaint old town and harbor, but it's the museums that'll spoil you rotten. Start with the Musee National de la Marine, a spectacular building full of exhibits featuring the French navy. If that hasn't quenched your thirst for local history, you could move on to the Musee des Vieux Toulon, or perhaps the city's Museum of Natural History. For more cultured tastes, check out the Museum of Art, with classic and contemporary collections.

The Cote d'Azur will give you the best sort of holiday blues

Ever wondered whether the name "Cote d'Azur" refers to the color of the sea or the sky? The answer is both, it seems. The weather in this part of France is nothing short of spectacular, with long, dry summers full of sunshine and good times. Even the winters are hospitably mild, and while it might not quite be beach weather, it could be a good option if you're in the area for the culture rather than the suntan. Spring and fall can also be great times to visit, when the heat and the crowds aren't quite at their peak.

The flanks of the Calanques offer hidden adventures

Six-Fours-les-Plages vacation rentals are set on France's Mediterranean coast, an area famous for high living, sandy beaches, and crystal clear waters. But the area around Six-Fours-les-Plages has some extra temptations. Over toward Marseille is the Parc National des Calanques, 20 km of protected rocky coastline that's chock-full of hidden inlets and coves. Many spots are only accessible by foot and kayak, and that makes them all the more tempting. Head in the opposite direction to the Calanques, and you've got the Iles d'Hyeres, a cute little set of islands that are well worth the cruise over.