A taste of the good life
With its rich vineyards, regional delicacies and floating markets, Provence offers simple yet delightful pleasures set against an idyllic backdrop
Learning to enjoy the simple pleasures of Provençal life is an easy task.
Breathe in the fragrances – the scent of pine intensified by the heat of a Mediterranean sun in June, or lavender in August when fields are in full bloom.
Relax over coffee at a riverside café while listening to a local band playing in the village square.
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