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Thème : Events - Auteur : Gerlinde (12/30/2022)
As soon as the Christmas presents are packed away and order is restored under the Christmas tree, many follow then the call of the snowy slopes and prepare to get off into the snow. Those who are freezing turn instead to other destinations to enjoy the week off over the holidays. One wonders: how to end the year and start the new one? Will it be celebrated in agreable company in the squares of towns and villages, accompanied by music, the vibrant applause of those present, champagne glass in hand, gathering for the last chime of midnight, covered in confetti and followed by the clinking of glasses- or will it be the quiet of an evening at home with friends or just the two of us.
For us, we try that this turn of the year can always be an opportunity to celebrate, enjoy ourselves and discover new horizons. This year, our friends suggested we dress up to spend this exceptional night in an equally exceptional setting in the South of France.
So why not use the days off to take a little trip and spend a short holiday in the Luberon region, a few days holiday in Provence and New Year's Eve in a 5-star hotel. Come and let’s slaughter the piggy bank and be pampered, something you will remember for a long time: A renowned restaurant, a superb sommelier, first-class hotel service, an indoor pool, spa and beauty treatments, a stunning New Year's Eve menu and, at midnight, champagne, hugs and an entertainment orchestra playing until the early hours.
If the piggy bank may have shrunk too much at these difficult times, there is also the option of renting a house in the Var or a luxury villa in Provence. This is also a great opportunity to visit the Christmas markets or go for a hike during the day and enjoy the sun and fresh air of the Provençal countryside. In the evening, if you celebrate New Year’s Eve in one of the many establishments offering magical menus, you are sure to have a great time.
Above all, this holiday in Provence is designed for everyone to spend beautiful moments, with the opportunity to accept the orchestra's invitation after the chime of midnight and take to the dance floor for the first waltz of the year, followed by a wild tango (for those who can do so) or a swinging samba, doable by almost anyone, to end the night in a festive mood, with as premium the inevitable New Year's Day headache, bravely endured by all: the evening was worth it. What a good choice to have spent New Year's Eve during that short holiday in the South of France!