The Verdon Gorge that carves its way into the terrain in Central Provence, is considered to be one of the most beautiful canyons in Europe and a must-see natural wonder of this part of France.
When we think of Provence, images of fields of brightly coloured lavender flanked by rolling hillsides with quaint villages perched at the zenith, are never far away.
Rock Climbers and Hikers: Head to the Dentelles de Montmirail in Provence for an Unforgettable Experience
The immaculately-chiselled peaks of the Dentelles de Montmirail, that rise majestically out of fields of grapevines and olive tree-strewn meadows, are the perfect place for hiking and taking in the incredible scenery this part of Provence is home to.
Alongside its rolling fields of lavender, quaint hilltop villages, upmarket coastal resorts and a beautiful blue coastline, the region of Provence in southern France is home to unique cuisine with incredible flavour.
The hilltop village of Eze, precariously perched on the crest of a hillside between Monaco and Nice on the Cote d’Azur, is an absolute delight to visit. It stands at a mighty 427m above sea level, whilst being just a stone’s throw from the Mediterranean. This medieval village is not for the fainthearted, as it
Provence in general is a wonderful area to visit with mountains, unspoilt little villages and olive groves stretching as far as the eye can see. Though we have to admit the leafy commune of Le Rouret, 22 km from Nice, with a stunning backdrop of the Gorges du Loup, is an especially memorable place in
Italy, the land of the Latin temperament, great food and wine is steeped in history. The region of Perugia is stunning even by Italy’s high standards. Umbria, of which Perugia forms the bigger part at nearly 2,500 square miles, is divided into two provinces. It is the only Italian region to have no coastline or
The diverse and beautiful land of Provence is brimming with incredible sites and experiences for all the family. If you’re visiting this popular region of France in 2016 and are planning your holiday itinerary, take a look at the following five fabulous sites of Provence.
Perched high along a ridge that overlooks a wide and verdant valley, the village of Sault in Provence is an exceptionally pretty area of France to visit all year round. This old fortified village is however especially beautiful in the summer when the many lavender fields that Sault overlooks come into full bloom.
If you’re spending time in Provence this summer, it’s likely that you’ll think about visiting Avignon at some point during your holiday. Encircled by an incredibly well-preserved 800-year-old stone wall, you’ll be hard pushed to find a medieval town in France as grand, romantic and magnificent as Avignon. Roaming Avignon’s ancient cobbled streets discovering the