Domaine de Fontenille Vineyards
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Dream in French During a Stay at Le Domaine de Fontenille

The following is a  guest post by author Mary Kay Seales who enjoyed her stay at this luxury property, in Provence, with her two sisters. “Even one night at this place is an unforgettable experience.” Just a bit north of Aix-en-Provence near the tiny medieval village of Lauris is the …

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French Riviera Vence Properties for Sale
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Where to Buy Property on the French Riviera: Vence

Contributor blog post by Sophia Mose: Vence is often overshadowed by its more glamorous sister, St Paul-de-Vence. Vence, a pretty market town in the hills close to Nice (about 20 minutes from Nice airport), is often overshadowed by its more glamorous sister, St Paul-de-Vence. Whereas the village of St Paul-de-Vence …

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Gite Bonnieux
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A Gîte in Bonnieux That Comes With a Dog and Two Cats

Contributor blog post by Cheryl Shufflebotham: On our last visit to Provence, we stayed at a little oasis of tranquility tucked away just below the village of Bonnieux. Each day began with a short yet very steep five-minute walk up to the boulangerie for fresh croissants. Lazy afternoons were spent lounging …

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Owners Gaby and Guy at Moulin de la Roque in Noves
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Where to Stay: Moulin de la Roque

Contributor blog post by Julie Mautner: In 2002, Gaby Janney came to stay at Guy Fallon’s Moulin de la Roque…and stayed. It’s a very-beautiful, historic property–a hamlet of vacation homes–and I wanted to share the story with you. A River Runs Through It: The Anguillon borders Moulin de la Roque. …

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Detox in the Luberon Founders
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Sign-up for Detox in Luberon a Healthy Break in Provence

Enchanting image galleries of Provence flood the Internet. The region is like a pretty girl with an extensive wardrobe, endless photos of lavender fields, market produce, chilled rosé and turquoise swimming pools. The mild Mediterranean climate is a magnet for holiday goers seeking a chance to relax in the sun. …

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Mas d'Augustine Garden @bfblogger2015
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Life in the “Off” Season: A Chambre d’Hotes in France

Contributor blog post by Deborah: Time to check back in at Mas d’Augustine and find out how the owners and managers, Jane and Gary Langton, are spending their time with no guests, but plenty of chores. As we visit the Langtons, it appears that Jane has quite a few projects …

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What is Lou Messugo? Discover Self-Catered Cote d’Azur

Contributor blog post by Phoebe: Let’s talk about “Lou Messugo”. Sometimes I get the feeling people are confused about Lou Messugo. What / who is it exactly? Perhaps I’m too wary of promoting my own business on this blog that it’s not actually clear that Lou Messugo is is first and …

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Histoires de Bastide a Bed and Breakfast With a View
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Histoires de Bastide a Bed and Breakfast With a View

Contributor blog post by Cheryl Shufflebotham: On our recent two-day French Riviera adventure, we stayed at the amazing Histoires de Bastide in the most charming of villages, Tourrettes-sur-Loup. After much online searching and scrutinizing of every bed and breakfast in the Côte d’Azur, we settled on this one, and boy …

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Jane Langton at Mas d'Augustine @bfblogger2015
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An Expat’s Life in A Chambre d’Hôtes in France: Jane’s Story

Contributor blog post by Deborah: After visiting new friends Jane and Gary Langton at Mas d’Augustine, the chambres d’hôtes they own and run in the south of France, I asked if they would share their “inside” stories with me and Barefoot Blogger followers. Happily, they agreed! …Continue reading here for more …

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Maison Jalon #Accommodation in #Provence @MydreamyProvence
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Stunning Retro Chic Bed and Breakfast in Aix Countryside

Contributor blog post by Jill @My Dreamy Provence: It’s always a joy to stumble across something different! I used to lunch at a cool little restaurant in the centre of Aix en Provence full of vintage furniture serving delicious organic soups, salads and tarts. It was my favourite place; a little …

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