Provence, France

F​abulous and ​F​amous

FRA.Provence-Lavender-Field123The loveliest region of France – for its fields of sunflowers and lavender, its Renaissance and Medieval towns, its outdoor cafes and village markets, its vineyards and its winsome wines, its plane-tree lined avenues, its perfect olive oil, its local honey, not to mention tapenade, truffles, and other culinary treats. Loved for its hills and trails, its natural beauty, its history and culture – for ​luring visitors to Avignon, the Medieval Pope’s city, the Pont du Gard, built by the Romans 2000 years ago, as was the Maison Carré and the Arena at Nimes; for the views of famous painters like Cezanne and Van Gogh, for the many museums and cultural events, and so much more too numerous to count.
FRA.Provencal-Garden123T​he glorious coastline, one of the most famous in the world, and ​notably​ the ​captivating ​calanques around Marseille​ and the Carmargue around the mouth of the Rhone have attracted artists and poets for centuries. The mountains, ranging from the low Alpilles around St.Remy de Provence​ and Les Baux-de-Provence​, to Mont.St.Victoire overlooking the Luberon and to the higher elevations further inland have forever been appreciated for their splendid landscapes​ and their​​ Medieval hilltop villages.

See and experience thousands of years of history, encompassed in sublime landscapes and enjoyed with ​incomparably sensual food and wines.

 

Featured Accommodation

Relais de la Magdelaine

Relais de la Magdelaine
There are few more delightful and evocative experiences in Provence than an apéritif or dinner on the tree-shaded terrace under the enormous plane and lime trees that frame the elegant house, while the setting sun in mauves and pinks slides tranquilly behind the distant hills.
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Hotel Jardins Secrets

Hotel Jardins Secrets
This truly charming boutique hotel in Nimes, restored with love and great talent by its owners is on a tranquil street in the centre of town. With only 14 bedrooms, the Jardins Secrets offers a rare sojourn in historic Nimes.
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La Maison d'Uzes

La Maison d’Uzes
Enter into a descreet and charming world, just a stroll from Uzès famous Place aux Herbes, and its famous provencal market and boutiques. Here is a new hotel in a 17th century architectural gem, where luxury, intimacy, and attention to detail are revered as an art.
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