South east France map
Map of France south east. South east France map (Western Europe - Europe) to print. South east France map (Western Europe - Europe) to download. Although you will find exquisite cuisine in every part of France, the food in the south-east is extra special. The bustling markets brimming with fresh produce make for a unique outing in themselves. You will find everything from seafood, charcuterie, and game birds to spices, flowers, and herbs as its shown in south east France map. The Mediterranean is known for its olives, so the market is the place to stock up on oils and tapenades. Most cities have daily markets, while smaller towns hold food markets once or twice a week. These are ideal for buying the freshest foods for a picnic on the beach. Alternatively, taste the Market Menu at Le Mas Candille which highlights fresh, seasonal ingredients selected by chef, Xavier Burelle.
Summers in South East France are typically dry with average temperatures sitting in the mid-twenties (Celsius). This dry and warm weather is perfect for days at the beach, exploring the cities, or discovering the many hiking trails along the coast or up into the hilltops as its mentioned in south east France map. With the long daylight hours and balmy temperatures it would be rude not to enjoy long alfresco dinners, overlooking the Riviera countryside from the terrace come twilight.
South East France is rich in culture and offers a plethora of fascinating things to do, thanks to the world-renowned artists who collectively called Cote D’Azur home for centuries as you can see in south east France map. From art galleries and museums to perfume workshops and pastry masterclasses, there are many ways to immerse oneself in the unmatched culture of southern France. If you have not read our most recent blog post on cultural activities near Mougins.