Joel Durand Chocolate #StRemy #TastesofProvence @PhilipRemDePro
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Saint Remy de Provence: What’s new 2016

Contributor blog post by Philippe Goninet: Saint Remy is alive again… After a relaxing winter, recharging my batteries, I am now ready for the new season and will share some of my new finds with you….Easter week end is traditionally the season  kick off ! All hotels and shops are …

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Painting Trips in Provence @TessaBaker
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At the Easel Painting Trips in Provence with Tessa Baker

Lorgues is located in the middle of wineries and fields of olive trees. It is in the center of the department of the Var between the Mediterranean Sea and the Gorges du Verdon. Source: Wikipedia Based on that description, it might be difficult to think of a more idyllic location …

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Laurianne @toctocMarseille
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toctocMarseille for Holiday Planning and Guided Tours in Marseille

As France’s second largest city after Paris, Marseille appears overwhelming with well over 1 million people in the greater metropolitan area (1,831,500 January 2011 census). Marseille has been a port city since 600BC when the Greeks established a trading base in this location. Positioned on the Mediterranean Marseille has long …

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Perfectly Provence Window #Provence
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Touring the World with Untours Travel

Are you interested in independent travel, but don’t want to do all of the required work like research and planning? An “Untour” may work for you. Read what Untours clients can expect, if Untours are suite for couples or families and much more at Ginger and Nutmeg’s blog, on Touring …

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Provence Getaway Gorges du Verdon
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Provence Getaway Gorges du Verdon and Beyond

After several centuries, cascades of turquoise water carved a 20km limestone canyon known as the Gorges du Verdon, which became part of the protected Parc Naturel Régional du Verdon in 1997. The Verdon River flows 166km from its source in the Alps to Lac St Croix engraving the sheer rock …

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Gigondas Village #Vaucluse #CoteduRhone @PerfProvence
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Exploring with Provence Authentic Tours

Jessica and Elodie are celebrating an anniversary, these tourism graduates launched their travel agency Provence Authentic one year ago, in January 2015. Originally from Lyon Jessica has lived in Provence for a decade and Elodie is local, she was born in Carpentras only 15kms away from their headquarters in Vacqueyras. …

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Roussilon Ochre trail #Luberon @Inntravel
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Inntravel 10 Secrets of Authentic Provence

Steve Jack is the Communications Manager for Inntravel a company that has been offering self-guided walking and cycling discoveries of rural Provence for many years. We asked Steve if he would share his favourite spots in Provence with readers. Here, is his guest post on where to discover the secrets …

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Painting Workshops in 2016 in Provence

Contributor blog post by Julie Mautner: Julie, our travel planning expert, has prepared a comprehensive list of trip options for artists looking to expand their painting repertoire to include the region that inspired Cezanne, Van Gogh, Picasso and now so many others. The year ahead looks perfect for painting with Provence-based …

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Perfectly Planned Travel for Bespoke Holidays

Contributor blog post by Nutmeg: Antonia (Toni) Dosik’s memories of her first foreign trip include sandy beaches and seashells. In reality, Mexico was hardly a protracted voyage for a six-year-old kid from Los Angeles, but it was the kickoff for Toni’s travel-centric life. At 13, Toni began plotting her return …

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Tasting Cheese in Provence #GuidedTours @PhilipRemDePro
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Having Fun in Provence

Contributor blog post by Philippe Goninet: The season was so busy that I had no chance to post anything and I do apologize. Now I have a bit more of free time I will start posting again and wanted to share with you some of my 2015 moments with the …

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