Philippe Goninet
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottExploreTrips and Tour Guides

Philippe Goninet St Remy’s Tourism Foodie

They had all booked a week exploring Provence – a dream trip! Now, these 10 adults are seated in a slightly warm mini-van – some of the group swoons over the lavender fields and others love Van Gogh, some are early risers and others are always late. Meet Philippe Goninet …

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St Remy Picnic Lac Peiroou Provence
ExploreKeith Van Sickle

Secrets of St.-Rémy: The Best Place for a Picnic

Contributor blog post by Keith Van Sickle: Just ten minutes from the center of St.-Rémy is a shady picnic spot known only to the locals. It sits along the shores of a lake created thousands of years ago by the Romans. When hordes of tourists crowd into town, it’s nice …

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Jardin des Alpilles Secrets of St Remy
Keith Van SickleMarketsTaste

Discover the Secrets of St-Remy: Best Fruits and Vegetables

Contributor blog post by Keith Van Sickle: One of the glories of Provence is the fresh produce. And in St.-Rémy, the best place to get it is at the Wednesday market. Every week, dozens of vendors set up shop throughout the charming town center, selling fruits, vegetables, olives, cheeses, lavender …

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Paul Rebeyrolle at Musee Estrine Saint Remy
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Exhibition Paul Rebeyrolle at Musée Estrine Saint Remy de Provence 2017

Contributor blog post by Philippe Goninet: Yesterday was the opening of the new exhibition at Musée Estrine in Saint Rémy. Curator Elisa Farran was so happy to share Paul Rebeyrolle’s work since it was on her bucket list since she joined the museum 10 years ago and today her dream comes …

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Transhumance in St. Remy is Monday May 25

By Julie Mautner Wool you be there? Monday May 25 is the annual Fête de la Transhumance in St. Remy, when local shepherds herd their flocks (roughly 3500 sheep and goats) three times around the village’s circular “main drag” before Explore this Post Via:: The Provence Post      

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Joel Durand #Chocolates #StRemy
Local ProducersPhilippe GoninetTaste

Foodie and History Guided Tour of Saint Remy de Provence

By Philippe Goninet St. Remy is filled with artisanal food producers, working in traditional ways, keeping local food traditions alive. And luckily many of them have shops and workshops, right in the heart of the… Explore this Post Via:: Saint Remy de Provence and Around       

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Harmony House #StRemy #Rentals @ProvencePost
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New: Sweet Rooms for Rent in St. Remy

By Julie Mautner After leaving this old St. Remy Maison du Village sit empty and rubble-filled for many years, the owner finally agreed to sell: to next-door neighbor Mireille Mazel-Pera and her husband Jean-Pierre de Detugny, who run the Atelier Pera gallery downstairs. “I’m the artist,” Mireille told me, “and …

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Philippe Goninet

Saint Remy de Provence Christmas spirit

By Philippe Goninet As every second Saturday of December, St Remy was hosting the “Fêtes des lumières” last Saturday 13th December. Christmas spirit everywhere. Shops are staying open late and offers a drink (mulled… Explore this Post Via:: Saint Remy de Provence and Around       

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Provence Lifestyle Biking Keith Van Sickle
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottExpat LivingProvence Lifestyle

Why Choose Provence Lifestyle? Experiences by Author Keith Van Sickle

Welcome to the first in a series of articles based on Provence lifestyle. These posts are an attempt to separate fact from fiction and dig into what it means to live in Provence. To discover more we ask a series of questions to understand why some people choose to visit …

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Château Romanin Wine Alpilles
AperoKeith Van SickleProvencal Wines

Château Romanin: Two Millennia of Wine and Mystery

Delicious wines, a gorgeous winery and a privileged location in one of the most beautiful spots in France: Château Romanin has it all. It is also a place where wine, religion and mysticism have intersected for centuries. It began with the Greeks, who built a shrine here to the goddess …

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