The village of Pegomas lies just a short distance from the hills of Grasse, and can serve as an efficient base for exploring the region to the south. Although you will not find an abundance of beaches, bars and nightclubs in this rural village, natural delights can be enjoyed to their fullest and the more modern lures are just a short drive away - making Pegomas accommodation an ideal compromise for many families.
Pegomas is very much a village that is at one with nature, and attractions in the area are largely of the outdoor variety. Fishing, walking and hiking are generally high on the agenda for those staying in Pegomas accommodation, and whether you are 8 years-old or 88 years-old there will be an outdoor activity to help you make the most of the unspoilt surrounding countryside.
After a long day of sightseeing and outdoor activity it is likely that you will desire a great meal to round off your day, and Pegomas has a good selection of restaurants to meet this need. The majority prefer to use fresh local ingredients, so even if you do not fancy your chances of creating a masterpiece in the kitchen of your Pegomas holiday villa, you will still be able to enjoy the excellent breads, pastas, cheeses, wines, olives and much more that the region has to offer.
Pegomas plays hosts to a number of festivals and fairs throughout the year, each allowing you to interact with the permanent residents and immerse yourself in the local culture. One of the most popular events is the Mimosa Festival (February), which celebrates the local plant that blooms at this time of year.
Visitors to Pegomas are spoilt for choice with regards to other places to visit, and the main limitation factor is time in which to visit them all. Although the world-famous resort of Cannes (12km) is the obvious choice, plenty of fun and adventure can also be had closer to home, often at considerably cheaper prices than found along the coast. The nearest towns to Pegomas are Auribeau-sur-Siagne (4km) and La Roquette-sur-Siagne (6km) – both of which are charming medieval villages that can easily fill a day of your holiday.
Pegomas receives its hottest temperatures during July and August, when above 30°C is commonplace and over 35°C is not unheard of. May and June are great months for a visit if you want warm temperatures without it being swelteringly hot, and even September and October are great times for a holiday in Pegomas.
As with the majority of holiday rental destinations in the region, Pegomas is easiest to reach when flying to Nice Cote d’Azur Airport (NCE). Nice is the third busiest airport in France, and receives a great number of flights from the UK year, including through British Airways (London Heathrow), Jet2.com (Leeds-Bradford, Manchester) and Bmibaby (Birmingham, East Midlands).