RENT LUXURY MINIVAN IN Le-Lavandou
Mercedes V class in Le-Lavandou
- Price from 449 €
VW Caravelle in Le-Lavandou
- Price from 397 €
JUST4VIP offers a range of vehicles among the best models, but for those whose choice will be a minivan, it is clear that the offer is also proving particularly upscale and attractive. Models are among the most efficient in its class, offering comfort and space on the one hand, and performance and driving pleasure (for those who do not take driver) on the other. Thus, the Mercedes Viano model combines all the qualities that we know of the brand to the German star, namely simplicity, efficiency and prestige of course with luxury amenities. The Viano is equipped with a 40 inch screen to enhance the comfort of its users, and a refrigerator in which the champagne is at the right temperature for a really fun and high quality service.
VW Caravelle meets the criteria requirement of the same ilk.
Minivans are available for rent with all facilities prestige, to allow everyone to enjoy a trip in the best conditions. GPS, air conditioning, leather and automatic transmission are present in each vehicle and a number of options to further enhance the fun during the trip.
Among the services, the provision of a driver is proposed to further optimize the conditions of travel.
Delivery vehicles can be anywhere in Europe, but especially on predilection sites, such as Cannes, St Tropez, Antibes, Monaco, Courchevel and Paris for France or Europe in Barcelona, Milan and Geneva, among other destinations.
Rental minivans may be through day packages for 250 kilometers, but three days (750 km) and 7 days (1750 km) and different rates depending on the season but can be easily obtained through the site.
Le Lavandou is a commune in the Var department in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region in southeastern France. It derives its name either from the flower lavender (lavanda in Provençal) that is prevalent in the area, or more prosaicly from the local form of the Occitan name for lavoir, lavandor (for lavador, a public place for washing clothes). The (then) village is where the famous popular song A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square was written in the summer of 1939. The words were by Eric Maschwitz and the music by Manning Sherwin, with its title ‘stolen’ from a story by Michael Arlen. The song had its first performance in a local bar, where the melody was played on piano by Manning Sherwin with the help of the resident saxophonist. Maschwitz sang the words while holding a glass of wine, but nobody seemed impressed. In the spring of 2002, at attempt was made to find the bar where this classic song was first performed with the view to having a blue plaque set up. With the help of the local tourist office, elderly residents were questioned, but it proved impossible to establish the venue