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Discover the South of France with Insignia tailor-made experiences
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With its balmy weather, beautiful scenery and laid-back lifestyle, the South of France is a popular destination. There is so much to experience and discover in this stunning part of the world.

Insignia bridges the luxury lifestyle vacation with truly unique, tailor-made, tried and tasted experiences that mirror the simple delights of the undiscovered French Riviera – focusing on certain regions or themes such as Champagne, Wine and Gastronomy, Art and Architecture, or Culture and Traditions.

Let Insignia organise a helicopter to whisk you away to the Provencal village of Moustiers-Sainte-Marie. There, a professional guide will lead you on an stimulating gorge walk, culminating in a fabulous picnic prepared by top chefs.

For those of you interested in all things gastronomy, Insignia can arrange for you to spend time in the magical city of Lyon, the gastronomic heart of the country. You can discover the waterways, canals and rivers on board one of the Belmond Afloat in France luxury barges if you wish to slow down the pace of your holiday by gracefully cruising through the Champagne region of France aboard, sampling some of the finest tasting Champagnes in the area and tasting some of France’s best cuisine. Insignia offers a day of wine tasting in the sensational 2,000-year-old wine cellar of Château Saint-Martin in Vence, followed by dinner on the hotel’s outdoor terrace, with its breathtaking Mediterranean views. How about a trip to the charming hill villages of Grasse and Valbonne and St Paul de Vence, where narrow alleyways dating back to the Middle Ages are brightened with the tablecloths of small and specialist restaurants for those looking to step away from the glitzy bright lights of St. Tropez and Monaco? You will be utterly charmed.

Please contact your Insignia Personal Assistant for further details on curated experiences and excursions.

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