Sandwiched between Italy, mainland France and North Africa, Provence and the Cote d'Azur is blessed with an interesting history, tempered by a mix of cultural influences. The Camargue's pink flamingos give way to bustling Marseilles, France's second city. The Luberon's chestnut forests and lavender fields undulate down to the seaside towns and sandy beaches of the Alpes-Maritimes. From glamorous Nice to the smaller coastal towns, all synonymous with art, exuberance and untouched beauty: visit Picasso's museum and former home in Antibes, star-spot at the Cannes Film Festival or kayak the Caribbean-blue bays that surround the fishing village of Cassis. Including ideas for great days out, locals recommendations and travel tips to avoid the crowds and save money, FootprintFrance Provence & Cote d'Azur gives an insight into a region that will have you wishing for more holiday!