The settlement of Ollioules can be found in the Var department, of Provence Cote d’Azur, in the south-east of France. You should very soon discover exactly why spending your holidays in Ollioules is so popular with many tourists every year. The village is situated very conveniently to the Mediterranean Sea, in fact, only around a ten minute drive away, and it is also very close to a number of interesting and historic places to visit. The self catering accommodation in Ollioules is situated within a part of France where they have been welcoming tourists for many decades now; meaning that they know exactly what their customers need and look to provide properties of the highest standard.
The Mediterranean Sea is bound to beckon to you during your holidays in Ollioules as it is so close by. Once at the coast, you are at liberty to enjoy activities such as swimming, sunbathing (of course!), water skiing, jet skiing, scuba diving, rock climbing and possibly even paragliding for the very brave. In and around the village of Ollioules itself, why not enjoy pastimes such as nature walking, golf (there are literally dozens of resorts around Var), cycling and mountain biking, tennis, horse riding and fishing.
As your holidays in Ollioules will be located so close to the departmental capital of Var, Toulon, you should do your best to travel this short 7 km distance to take in the history of this important French town. This is definitely one of the most important cities in France, as far as the French navy is concerned, and there are a fair few attractions devoted to this, including a National Naval Museum. There are some interesting buildings to visit in Toulon, as well as the old fortifications that would have protected the area in the past. As you will be staying in the famous wine-producing region of Provence, you should definitely try your best to visit one or two of the vineyards whilst in the area.
The type of weather that you can expect to experience whilst on your holidays in Ollioules will be a Mediterranean climate. This is very good news and means that you can expect very warm summers and mild winters. From June until early-September, you should expect temperatures to be in the mid-twenties degrees Celsius, possibly even as high as the mid-thirties at times. During the winter the temperature is more likely to be around the low- to mid-teens degrees. The average annual rainfall in this part of France is around 20 inches.
The best bet for travel to your self catering villa in Ollioules will be to rely on Marseilles Provence Airport (MRS) which is less than 30 miles to the west of the area. Three airlines operate flights to and from the UK and these are easyJet, British Airways and Ryanair, from airports such as London Gatwick (LGW), Bristol (BRS), London Stansted (STN) and Edinburgh (EDI).