The peaceful village of Taradeau is situated in the wine producing region of Var, in French Provence. With its cobbled streets and shady trees, a holiday in Taradeau is most suitable for people looking to relax and unwind in a place that time seems to have stood still. However, it is also within easy reach of many attractions, and so your holiday rental apartment in Taradeau can act as a good jumping off point for exploring the region in general. Being fully equipped with everything that you need to feel at ease, and tastefully decorated and furnished, self catering accommodation in Taradeau is a home away from home.
There are many activities that you can try during your stay in the holiday rental apartment in Taradeau. There are the normal ones such as hiking and biking of course, but there is also a nice endure-bike downhill trail nearby. There are many golfing opportunities if you would like to try a French course for a change, and the coast is less than an hour’s drive away, where you can sail, wind surf, swim and much more besides.
A holiday in Taradeau places you in an ideal position to explore the surrounding area. The French Riviera and resorts such as St. Tropez and Ste. Maxime can all be reached within an hour, and further afield, visits to Cannes and Nice are also possible. Closer to your self catering accommodation in Taradeau are notable historical sites such as the Thoronet Abbey, and quaint Medieval towns and villages such as Lorgues. It must be noted that the use of a car is all but essential during you stay at the holiday rental apartment in Taradeau.
The splendid weather that this part of France enjoys is well known, and for good reason. The summers are warm, and the winters mild. July and August are both the warmest and driest months, with average day time temperatures being around 26 degrees Celsius and rainfall measuring less than 40mm per month. The coldest winter months are November and December, but even then, it is considerably warmer than the UK, with day time averages of 10 degrees, and rainfall just under the 100mm per month mark.
You will need to choose between driving over to your holiday rental apartment in Taradeau, or flying. Driving over from the UK does give you the added bonus of being able to use a car, but also involves 12 hours of driving time from the port at Calais. Flying is obviously quicker, but you might need to hire a car on arrival. The best airport to use would be the one at nice (NCE), which has regular connections with the UK courtesy of British Airways who fly out of London Heathrow (LHR) and London Gatwick (LGW).