Whilst searching for accomodation in the south of France we stumbled across an air BnB in St. Paul de Vence, a tiny medieval town 25 minutes outside of Nice. St. Paul is the second most visited town in France and exceeded all expectations. Our Air BnB host Luc was amazing, he picked us up from the airport and on arrival took us for a walking tour of thetown and we sat down at a cafe with his friend for a coffee and a carafe of the most stunning French rose. Luc showed us to our place which was unreal – a freshly renovated apartment in a beautiful medieval family house. Luc had the fridge stocked with wine, cheese, eggs and he delivered warm croissants and pain au chocolat and home made jams to our window every morning – stunning! We spent a lot of time walking through the narrow streets of the town and found handmade jewellery stores, art galleries and our favourite restaurant, Le Tilleul. We returned here a couple of times for the best lasagne ever, French rose and Aperol spritz. We also had dinner down by the walls which house St. Paul to get a good spot for sunset and ate fresh seafood and more rose, of course. After a couple of days of bliss we were very sad to say goodbye to our new friend Luc, his dog woogie and St. Paul de Vence but this is a town we will definitely be back to visit. Very highly recommended!