Montpellier, Nice, Collioure, Agde, Aix en Provence, Nîmes for instance. Practically anywhere in the South of France is pleasant in the winter. But if you go there in the summer - which is probably the case if you work in the tourism industry - be extra careful when choosing a destination because some of them are so awfully packed that you couldn't even enjoy your time off. It all depends on your tastes. Do you like partying? Then try to apply for Saint-Tropez. Do you like nature? Then avoid the region of Marseille, Toulon, Palavas-les-flots, La-grande-Motte, because all you'll get to see is concrete (there's still the sea, but it's nearly disfigured by the buildings and the factories). Are you still a student in a bohemian state-of-mind? Then definitely choose Aix-en-Provence or Montpellier that are rather big, very beautiful university towns. If you want a peaceful remote place then stay away from the shore and try to find a village or a small town in the Lubéron.
Hope that it helps.
· 1 decade ago