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Provence is one of the most beautiful French regions, stretching roughly from Avignon (North) till Marseille and the Riviera (South) and to the Alps (East). The landscapes and the areas vary a lot : the Alpilles area around Saint Rémy de Provence, the National Park of the Luberon, Sainte-Victoire mountain, Saint-Baume massif or Camargue area among others…
Many artists had been inspired by Provence : painters with Van Gogh, Cézanne, Matisse, Picasso, writers with Pagnol, Giono or more recently Peter Mayle.

Culture, nature, history, architecture, wine, gastronomy, food markets, traditions, typical and charming towns and villages…you will find it all in Provence for an unforgettable stay!

Discover some hidden jewels, off-the-beaten paths, and meet hearty local people as : craftsmen, chefs, wine-makers, producers, owners or more simply inhabitants.

We select for you charming B&B, nice boutique hotels or authentic castles as well as luxury hotels and B&Bs, sometimes not listed on any guides.

olive trees Alpilles


hilltop village



lavender fields


The Luberon

Hilltop villages, lavender fields and the country of ochers

  • Come and visit the Luberon National Park with its charming top-of-the-hill villages, dear to Peter Mayle’s famous books. Red, orange, yellow and lavender blue, the Ochers massif offers a thousand colors under the sun. Have a stroll in these ‘Most Beautiful French villages’, visit the former ochers mines or a lavender distillery.
  • Compostela or Rome paths cross the Luberon ; hence, historical sites lovers will be delighted with among others Gallo-Roman towns (Apt..), medieval villages or mystical abbeys.
  • In the middle of these golden ochers, the lavender fields will extend to the horizon. They bloom from mid June till mid August depending on the climate.
  • Authentic, fairy, you can spend exceptional hikes all around the Luberon. We advise you to spend at least 2 nights / 3 days to get a real taste of The Luberon.

The Alpilles

Country of olive groves, hills and Van Gogh
  • Little quaint villages, small cities:get in the typical ‘Provencal’ way of life. Wander around the narrow little streets, discovering squares where fountains play. Enjoy as well attractive boutiques, art dealers or ‘brocanteurs’!
  • Perched on a limestone outcrop, some of these villages offer an exceptional panorama over the vineyards and olive trees plains.
  • The Alpilles mountain range hides a wealth of treasures: cultivated and wild landscapes, forests and scrubland, historic heritage sites, archaeological showpieces, such as the ancient city of Glanum and the Antiques in Saint Rémy, the medieval Citadel of Les Baux de Provence, the Barbegal Roman Aqueduct and Flourmill in Fontvieille, the roman Arenas in Nîmes and Arles, le” Pont du Gard”, the Popes’ Palace in Avignon…
  • This area also enjoys the benefits of a unique “terroir”, a special combination of soil and climate that gives its wines, a well-defined local character and its olive oils an intense, fruity flavour.
  • We advise you to spend at least 3 nights / 4 days to feel the Alpilles special atmosphere.


avignon papes

Herbs de Provence


olive trees Alpilles





Aix-en-Provence country

On the footsteps of Paul Cezanne…
  • Between nature, hiking, culture, shopping, luxury, wine, romance and fancy food, have it all !
  • The Mountain Ste Victoire is the arch emblem of the city of Aix-en-Provence. We will show you the best scenic drives and panoramas. It truly touched Cézanne since he painted it over 80 times. Following Cezanne’s footsteps, you’ll walk through the painter’s life, from the house where he was born to his final resting place in Saint-Pierre cemetery. We will make you see the town as the artist experienced it.
  • Aix en Provence is also a famous wine area. From the foothills of Sainte-Victoire mountain, along the Durance to the edge of the Luberon, the wine-growing countryside of the Aix Region, although not very large, has a variety of reliefs (mountain, plain and plateau) and distinct climate types. While the whole area enjoys a generous amount of sunshine, the strong mistral wind affects certain crops more than others. The soils vary too, being predominantly either flinty, clay and limestone or stony. These variations give the wines the characteristics found in the region’s five AOPs (Protected Appellations of Origin), which makes them so distinctive.

On the road of vineyards

Château neuf du pape, côte de Provence, Bandol
  • The wine route in Provence stretches over 250 km, from the Southern Rhône valley (with among others the famous Chateauneuf du Pape) to the Mediterrannean sea (Bandol, Cassis AOP…)
    Provence’s remarkable wines are shaped by its varied landscape, the “Mistral” wind and arid, sunny climate which all contribute to its unique varieties.
  • 5 major appellations : Chateauneuf du Pape (côte du Rhône), Côtes de Provence, Côteaux d’Aix-en-Provence, Côteaux Varois en Provence and Bandol
  • From Avignon till the country of Cézanne, close to the Sainte-Victoire massif, passing by the turquoise sea of the Riviera, this road is marked out by Historical sites, fantastic panoramas and little quaint villages. To combine pleasure and wine, you will be welcomed by passionate wine-makers who will make you a personal and private visit on their Domain. Wine courses upon request.


marché cavaillon provence




Food markets, craft and gastronomy

  • Cavaillon melons, olive oil, lavender, Provence herbs, tablecloths, cement tiles, perfumes, jewels, leather, pottery, the famous soap of Marseille, figurines, calissons of Aix…prepare your taste buds and stay eyes wide open !
  • We can have private visits or courses in each of these specialties. Just come to the other side of the mirror !

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