Provence is a geographical region and historical province of southeastern France, which extends from the left bank of the lower Rhône River to the west to the Italian border to the east, and is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea to the south.
A distinct cultural identity, influenced throughout the ages from italy, spain and a historical backgroud, lots of musics, traditions, concert, carnavals and typical events, each village in this region and his surroundings has his own flavour
I have lots of maps, guides and ideas to make the most of this wonderful place.
Cucuron, Lauris, Ansouis, has each there own history and culture, as well as attractive place like the “jardin des plantes tinctoriales” in Lauris, well known place worldwide about the natural dyeing
Travelling north through the combe, a chaming little road appreciated by motards you are less than an hour from Bonnieux, Lacoste, Gordes, Apt, Ménerbes and Roussillon, to name but a few.
Within another hour from here you reach a lot various of wine domains in the neiborough of the renommée Vaison La Romaine, wine tastig, visit of the productions…
The French Riviera with Antibes, Cannes with its famous film festival, Nice, and St. Tropez are all a day-trip from here.
Food Fresh fish Boullabaisse
Visit le Chateau d’if where the famous écrivain was took in custody
Saintes Marie de la Mer, Flamenco,
In the direction of the East, The Gorges du Verdon is a spectacular canyon to the north east, a well nature preserved place, with hiking, camping, and river rafting. gorgeous landscapes and blue water
Nearby is the Plateau of Valensole with vast lavender fields and lakes.
Activities you can pursue in the area include wine tasting, hiking, shopping at the local markets, French language lessons, painting & Photography workshopsRock climbing museums, sporting events, river rafting, etc…