Roquefort-les-Pins, France

Roquefort-les-Pins Villas and Gites with Pools, France

Roquefort-Les-Pins is a commune in the Alpes-Maritimes department in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region in southeastern France. Choosing self-catering accommodation in Roquefort-les-Pins means a welcome from a small Provencal village which is conveniently situated on the road between Grasse and Cagnes sur Mer. Roquefort les Pins is situated in beautiful and quiet surroundings, just inland from the French Riviera. It is ideally placed to enjoy the spectacular mountain scenery of the interior.The commune is actually a collection of small villages nestled in picturesque woodlands – an ideal secret haven that’s still close enough to the South of France’s idyllic Mediterranean beaches (which are just 16 kilometres away).

A visit to Roquefort les Pins offers peace and tranquillity yet is a must for golf enthusiasts! Less than 1km away from Roquefort les Pins is one of the French Riviera's best loved golf courses - Golf Opio Valbonne. The course is situated within a woodland area and golfers from around the country come to enjoy its secluded beauty and challenging 18 holes.

When you rent a holiday home in Roquefort-les-Pins you can also visit Roman remains including those of Château de Roquefort. The area is rich in history and legend and there are a number of different attractions to help you learn more, including a 19th century church of Notre Dame and many prehistoric remains. There are also some nearby caves for any pothole enthusiasts!

Travelling to your Roquefort-Les-Pins holiday rental villa or gite. Nice is the closest international airport just 18 kilometres away. Many airlines fly direct to Nice from several airports in the UK, including easyJet and British Airways. Roquefort-Les-Pins is easily reached via motorway: A8, Junction 47 and follow the signs for 12 kilometres.

Roquefort-Les-Pins has a Mediterranean climate. Summers are warm, dry, and sunny. Rainfall is rare in this season, and a typical July month only records one or two days with measurable rainfall. Maximum temperatures seldom go below 20 °C (68 °F), and frequently reach 30 °C (86 °F). Winters are characterized by mild days (11 to 17 °C (52 to 63 °F), cool nights (4 to 9 °C (39 to 48 °F)) and variable weather. Days can be either sunny and dry, or damp and rainy. Frost is unusual and snowfalls are so extremely rare that they are remembered by inhabitants as special events. Spring starts mild and rainy in late March, and is increasingly warm and sunny towards June.