The south part of France is a lively area with lots of things to do in terms of night living, restaurants and other points of interest. Here are a few examples.
This restaurant is in Gigondas which isn’t too far from the city of Avignon in the south of France. The town of Gigondas features some of the best scenes the south of France has to offer, including some magnificent cliffs called les Dentelles.
The restaurant itself has some interesting dishes including rouget filets that are cooked with cocotte.
Le Club 55
This club in the south of France is near St. Tropez. It has a reputation for being one of the better clubs in the area, especially if you like artichokes.
Arles and Van Gogh
One interesting place to visit in the South of France is the city of Arles. It actually has a Roman background, so you can see a lot of Roman type architecture there including an admphitheater and a forum if you so choose. There’s also a lot of interesting mansions from a few hundred years ago there at the same time as well.
In addition, if you like art and history, Arles was one of the main base of operation or the famous painter Van Gogh and his partner Paul Gauguin. Some of the most famous paintings Van Gogh ever created was in this city, and you can visit many sites and monuments about Van Gogh here.
Gorges Du Verdon
This site is a bit like the Grand Canyon in the United States. It has a huge drop of 700 meters, and so it makes a great place to visit if you like beautiful scenery.
Overall, there are plenty of great places to visit in the South of France and the ones that will be the best for you will mostly depend on what you like and how much time you have on your hands.