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Venasque, Provence

Venasque is a small but perfectly pretty village. You’ll find it in the centre of the Vaucluse department of Provence, to the south-east of Carpentras …

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10 fabulous things to do in Provence

In an area famous for so many things, like beautiful lavender fields, charming hilltop villages, and delicious food, it’s hard to pick favourites. We asked …

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The UNESCO listed treasures of Avignon, Provence

For many, the first thing that springs to mind when thinking of Avignon in Provence is the well-known French children’s song about dancing on a …

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Grotte Cosquer, Marseille

After Lascaux in the Périgord and Chauvet in the Ardèche, the Cosquer caves have become the third French cave replica to open to the public. …

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Hidden gem villages of the French Riviera

The South of France. La Côte d’Azur. The French Riviera. For many people these names are indelibly linked to the bright, glittering, bustling cities that …

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Guide to Menerbes Provence

Ménerbes is in the heart of the Luberon region, Provence. This sun-kissed little village perched atop a hill, is officially one of the prettiest in …

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Tips on Travelling in Provence

My wife and I live part of the year in the charming town St-Rémy-de-Provence, famous as the place where Vincent van Gogh painted masterpieces like …

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Guide to the villages of the Luberon, Provence

Famous for its delicious wine, lush lavender fields and stunning hill-top villages, the western Luberon includes a wide valley just east of Avignon in the …

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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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