There is so much to see in this beautiful region, it’s hard to fit everything into just two weeks, but here is a suggested itinerary for a 14-day break.
Start in the charming city of Montpellier, and spend a day exploring the old town and visiting the Roman aqueduct. From here, travel to the Camargue delta, where you can explore the salt flats and try to spot flamingos and wild white horses. After a couple days, continue the drive along the coast to Marseille, a bustling port city that will charm any visitor.
Spend two days before taking a daytrip on a boat to the Calanques National Park, where you can see the amazing turquoise waters of the Mediterranean-flooded canyons. The next day continue the iconic coastal drive to La Ciotat, with its lovely beaches and great kitesurfing winds.
Next up is Iles d’Hyeres where you can spend a day hiking from beach to beach through pine forests. After that, head inland to see the incredible Gorges du Verdon and do some hiking in the foothills of the Alps, before heading back to the coast to visit Nice before flying off again.
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