Travel France Online’s latest addition to their portfolio is a visit I made to the charming, coastal village of Bandol in the department of Var, Provence. Nestled within the embrace of a sweeping Mediterranean bay, Bandol is renowned for its clear waters and sandy beaches. The surrounding vineyards are some of the oldest in France, its first vines were planted by the Romans over 2,500 years ago! Bandol’s close proximity to the port of Marseille meant its wine was exported globally from very early times, Bandol wine bottles could be found in India or Brazil 2 centuries ago! Stroll its charming quay side, admire the neat moorings of cheery, brightly painted boats and stop for a while to sip the regions truly delicious wines, you won’t be disappointed!!
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