Le Luc is a crossroads town in the Var department of France, which has a history dating back many hundreds of years. Its historic centre has narrow streets and streams running through it, whilst other areas reflect its dynamic, modern side. A holiday rental house in Le Luc, like the town itself, gives you the best of both worlds. It offers an oasis of tranquillity with its fully furnished, fully equipped with mod con detailing, whilst at the same time, offering access to amenities and conveniences. A holiday in Le Luc is especially suitable for independent-minded travellers who would like to see a little more of this interesting region of France on their own schedule.
There are a whole host of great leisure activities that you can try during a holiday in Le Luc. The local area almost demands that you spend time walking and cycling through it, and the nearby Maures Plaine nature reserve has a leisure and exercise circuit that will certainly test your fitness! Some other ideas for things to do include golf, fishing and horseback riding. Remember also that your self catering accommodation in Le Luc is not far from the coast, and a day trip or two there will soon have you swimming, snorkelling, windsurfing or simply sunbathing.
Being as it is on a crossroads of the main routes through the region, you will soon discover that your holiday rental house in Le Luc is ideally placed if you wish to see some more of the region. Thoronet Abbey is just 8 km away, and should definitely be one of the first places to visit, as should Lorgues. Draguignan, just 15 km away, should solve any shopping needs that you have, and the world famous city of Cannes is just over an hour’s drive away. During your travels around the region, you will notice many vineyards, and if you can, you should also take a tour of a winery and perhaps buy a bottle or two to be enjoyed at the end of a long day back at your self catering accommodation in Le Luc.
The weather that you can expect during your stay at the holiday rental house in Le Luc will depend on the season in which you are visiting. The summers are warm and dry, whilst the winters are mild. July and August regularly experience day time high temperatures reaching 30 degrees Celsius, although an average of 24 degrees is the norm. The winter months see day time means of 10 degrees.
If you desire to fly into France for your holiday in le Luc, then the airport at Nice (NCE) is probably the best choice. It has regular flights coming in and out of the UK, and British Airways offer regular services from both London Heathrow (LHR) and London Gatwick (LGW). If you wish to drive, then keep in mind that the town is over 1000km away from the port at Calais, and means a 12 hour drive.