Unwind in the most scenic spots next to the Mediterranean sea and indulge in delicious Provencial wine and food at some of the finest hotels in Aix-en-Provence- more on Winepaths.com
The AOC Coteaux-d'Aix-en-Provence covers nearly 4,200 hectares, in 49 towns located between Aix en Provence and Marseille. Here, the Mediterranean climate is really exceptional. The terroir benefits from perfect sunshine and the Mistral brings its benefits to the vine. The rains are minimal throughout the year and the winters relatively mild.
The vineyard is established on a mainly clay-limestone soil, consisting of pebbles and gravelly and loamy sands. The wines of this appellation come from the blending of various grape varieties like Grenache, Bourboulenc, Clairette etc but they develop qualities and a character of their own according to their area of production.
In this lively city in the South of France, renowned for its thermal baths you will find some of the most exquisite hotels and spas. The city can boast more than 300 days of sunshine a year which makes it a perfect getaway to unwind and soak in the Mediterranean sun. At some of the best hotels in Aix-en-Provence you can indulge yourself in exclusive spa and wellness activities. You can also enjoy lavish meals at some of their fine-dining restaurants and get a real taste of the famous Provencal cuisine. Here you can also try some of the finest wines from the region and pair them perfectly with the delicious local cuisine.
These hotels in Aix-en-Provence will also help you discover the beautiful city and surrounding vineyards. Some of the city's fountains, cafes, bookstores and beautiful homes line the elegant Cours Mirabeau, which serves as a border between the old city and the newer neighborhoods. Stroll along the tiny lanes in the old town and the Mazarin district and do not hesitate to stop in the cafes and markets.
Contact our member hotels or get in touch with our local travel expert in the region to help book yourself a customized wine vacation in the sunny region of Provence.