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Object of desire: olive oil

If anyone has forgotten that France is a Mediterranean country, we recommend a tour of the Provence…

City breaks

A Marseille shopping mix

La cité méditerranéenne vous plonge dans un shopping vivant, doux mélange d’artisans, de créateurs…

The Mediterranean coast

Marseille As the 2013 European City of Culture, Marseille (External link) has revitalised its…

City breaks

The Formula 1 Grand Prix: a great reason to visit…

From 26 to 28 June 2020, Castellet will host the French Grand Prix at the Paul Ricard Circuit. …

Culture

Palais des Papes, Avignon

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the palace is one of the largest medieval Gothic buildings in Europe,…

Culture

The Most Beautiful Golf Courses in France

In October of 2009, Golf World published its ranking of Europe’s 100 most beautiful golf courses.…

Antiques and Provençal crafts

Antiques The town of L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue (External link) has become the capital of antiques in…

Provence, Enjoy the unexpected

More than easy living, beautiful beaches and cold rosé wine… You head to the port, sunglasses on,…

Local dishes and dips

Bouillabaisse An absolute must on any trip to Provence’s largest city, Marseille (External link) .…

Countryside

24 hours in a Palace: La Bastide de Gordes

At the heart of the Luberon region of Provence, perched high on the rocky cliffs of one of France’s…

Seaside

La Réserve Ramatuelle Palace: a balcony…

Nestling amongst the hills, a stone’s throw but 1000 leagues from Saint-Tropez, La Réserve…

Wine

Château La Coste, Art and Architecture in Provence

Fifteen minutes north of the historic city of Aix en Provence, this vineyard will definitely pique…

Seaside

Family activities on the Mediterranean coast

Culture

The Pont d'Avignon

The Pont d’Avignon is a testament to the exciting history of the capital of Vaucluse. Built between…

Seaside

The Var

Set between the Bouches-du-Rhône to the West, the Alpes Maritimes to the East and the Alpes de…

Cuisine

Orange

Orange offers a stroll through time and culture. The "City of Princes" is home to two…

Seaside

Saint-Raphaël

This resort became fashionable at the turn of the twentieth century. Throughout its six beaches,…

The Luberon Valley

A seductive landscape of vineyards and orchards, fascinating ‘perched’ hilltop villages,…

Unexpected Roman architecture

Arles With its impressive collection of Roman structures, the town of Arles (External link) has…

Pétanque

Wander around any of Provence’s towns and villages and you’re bound to spot groups of French…

Provence: a sunny golfing destination

Thanks to its exceptionally sunny climate, Provence is a fantastic golfing destination (External…

Water activities

Provence’s stunning Mediterranean coastline is a mecca for watersports enthusiasts as well as lazy…

Cycling and hiking up Mont Ventoux

Majestic Mont Ventoux (External link) peaks at 1,912m and is known as the Giant of Provence – its…

Canyoning and kayaking in the Gorges du Verdon

Just two hours by road from Marseille, the Gorges du Verdon Regional Nature Park (External link) …

Seaside

Smell Provence

Smell the lavender in the Luberon Valley, soaps in Marseille and fresh juicy melons in Cavaillon –…

Hear Provence

Provence is full to bursting with lively events – its cultural calendar has something for everyone…

Seaside

Main attractions along the Mediterranean coast

The Mediterranean coast extends from the eastern Pyrenees to the Italian border.With its sunny…

Drinks

Wine The Côtes du Rhône (External link) appellation is situated in southern Vaucluse between…

The Mercantour National Park

The link between the southern Alps and the Mediterranean, the Parc National du Mercantour …

Museums

With almost 100 to explore, the Côte d'Azur boasts the largest collection of museums in France…