Tucked away in the beautiful rolling hills overlooking St Tropez and the Côte d’Azur sits Mas des Issarts. This old stone farmhouse offers gorgeous views over the picturesque wooded hillsides of the Massif des Maures. Recently renovated, Mas des Issarts offers guests the rustic charm and character of a rural French chateaux with all the modern fixtures and comfy furnishings needed to offer you the perfect holiday in the south of France.
In the southeast of France exists a place brimming with natural beauty, fine wines, and outstanding cuisine. Its name is Provence; its unique climate and culture make it perfectly suited to wine tourism.
The region, spanning 200 kilometers between the Mediterranean Sea and the Alps, offers unparalleled adventures for both amateur and accomplished travellers. From vast lavender fields and undulating vineyards to glorious beaches and stunning gorges, the allure of Provence is unequivocal. To add increased appeal (as if those things weren’t enough!), this is also a land of warm summer breezes and star-filled nights, world-renowned pale pink and glistening Wines of Provence Rosé, and healthy bountiful fare.