Expatriate international health insurance customers may wish to visit the wine producing region of Nice in France.
Jessika Bettan, marketing attache at the Convention and Visitors Bureau of Nice, declared that a lot of people are unaware that vineyards exist in the city's limits, around 15 to 20 minutes' drive away from the central district.
"It's a really good wine – it's sold in Michelin star restaurants," she stated.
Ms Bettan recommended that travellers purchase some local goods in the markets and then enjoy some food in one of the cafeterias on the beachfront.
They should then travel to the selection of castles that produce the beverage, examine the vineyards and "buy wine from Nice", she continued.
There is a burgeoning tourist trade in the area, with research from The Co-operative Travel revealing that British holidaymakers are increasingly going to more traditional destinations.
France is the most popular, accounting for 31 per cent of responses.