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Aix-en-Provence at Christmas

Aix-en-Provence, casually known as Aix, is a Provencal city of fountains, museums, mansions. It’s also famous for former inhabitant, master artist Paul Cézanne. The wide …

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Secret Provence | Lakeside village of Bauduen

 Bauduen is a small medieval village in the Var department of Provence. From it’s lofty position on a hillside, it overlooks the southern shores of …

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The Four Seasons of Provence in photos

Provence is enchanting year round. From the poppy fields of spring to the blooming lavender of summer, the vibrant colours of autumn and the serenity …

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The ultimate Guide to Provence

When it comes to irresistibly beautiful towns and villages, Provence in the south of France is a prize winner. Brightly coloured poppies in the spring, …

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Visit Barthelasse Island for a great view of Avignon

Avignon is one of France’s most distinctive cities. Sitting on the banks of the mighty Rhône River, it has some of the most extensive medieval …

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Superb Simiane-la-Rotonde in Provence

Simiane-la-Rotonde is a bit of a well kept secret in Provence. A hilltop village that has been incredibly well preserved, it’s hardly changed for centuries. …

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What to see and do in Vaison-la-Romaine, Provence

Vaison-la-Romaine lies at the foot of the Denetelles de Montmirail mountains in Provence. An ancient town once inhabited by the Romans, it was called Vaison …

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Discover the Gorges de La Nesque Provence

Although much of the Provencal countryside is made up of gently rolling hills, vineyards, wheat and lavender fields, the Vaucluse area has a wilder more …

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Magnificent Mont Ventoux the Giant of Provence

Mont Ventoux is the highest point in Provence. If you’re a fan of the Tour de France on TV, the chances are you’ll have seen …

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Guide to Apt in Provence

Apt in the department of Vaucluse, Provence is a largish town with an inner old town. It’s famous for its crystallised fruit, is awash with …

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