Multisensory and authentic, Provence is France at its most spellbinding.
From postcard-perfect villages, awe-inspiring vistas, and local produce, come with us and fall for all of Provence’s charms.
There are few places as picture-perfect as Lourmarin. Tour Château de Lourmarin, a 16th-century Renaissance château (the first of its kind in Provence), visit the resting place of famed French author Albert Camus, and browse the legendary morning market enjoy before stopping for coffee at one of the many terraces.
Known for its distinctive ruddy color, due to being built from the surrounding ocher cliffs, Roussillon is loved for its trails through the old ocher quarries and a strong artistic scene. Famous former residents include playwright Samuel Beckett, who hid in Roussillon at the end of World War II.
Cobbled streets, pastel shutters and roses rambling on walls, Seguret is everything you imagine a French village to be. Part of the AOC Cotes du Rhone Villages appellation, Seguret has been a winemaking hub for hundreds of years. Visitors are encouraged to stop by and sample wines at one of the many local vineyards.
With the river Ouvèze swashaying through it, Vaison-la-Romaine is a charming Provençal town and one of the best places for history lovers. From the Roman archeological site, ruins of the 12th-century Château Comtal and the mediaeval town, Vaison-la-Romaine is a walk through the history books.
Where To Stay
Things To Do
1365Bis Route de Flassan, 84570 Mormoiron
Visit the wine cellars and sample a few vintages, and don’t forget to book their special picnic to enjoy in the grounds.
The lavender fields in front of this 12th-century abbey are a sight to behold.
Where To Eat
Chemin de Quinson, 04360 Moustiers Sainte-Marie
The Maison de Coeur of Alain Ducasse is located in the middle of lavender fields and century-old olive trees, surrounded by the sun. Expect exceptional Provencal cuisine that captures the essence of the region’s produce.