What with this weird weather we’re having at the moment, I find myself fancying a dose of sunshine. You might have noticed I’ve done some sponsored posts for Pierre & Vacances over the past few months, but in researching this final post, I really fancy the Cap Esterel holiday village, which is actually a surprisingly cheap way of exploring the South of France (so if you’re reading this nice Pierre & Vacances people, I’d be happy to review it for you…).
As a bit of a movie buff, I often think it would be nice to go to Cannes, or Antibes but, since I also don’t have the mega-bucks involved in such an excursion a holiday village like Cap Esterel is a cost-effective way to visit those gorgeous places at a fraction of the cost, but if that’s not really your thing, there’s loads to do in the village for the whole family, including watersports, golf, kids clubs and even Zumba classes if that takes your fancy.
The accommodation is set on a picturesque hillside overlooking the bay of Agay and is of a very high standard, as are all of Pierre & Vacances locations in France and Spain. As you can see from the pictures it’s a world away from the snow and ice and rain and howling winds that we’ve been having just lately.
The apartments have all of the facilities you need in a self-catering apartment and whatever the size of your family, there is an apartment for you, right up to those housing 7 people. if you have young children you can also request the practical and safety features you’ll need to void the stress of holidaying with a young ‘un!
I’m not, in general, in favour of recommending somewhere that I have not tried, but from my research online and various review sites, the Cap Esterel holiday village does seem as good as Pierre & Vacances paint it and at the current price of €408 per apartment for 7 nights, it’s really an affordable intro to the very fancy South of France.