Cycling in Provence @VaucluseDreamer
Active ProvenceExploreJulie Whitmarsh

A morning cycling and an afternoon upcycling in Provence

Contributor blog post by Vaucluse Dreamer: Cycling around this area is a delight and even when it’s overcast (like today) it is a perfect way to spend a few hours. After an early wake-up I thought I’d hop on the bike & head across to the lovely Thursday market at L’Isle …

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Gorges de la Nesque #ExploreProvence @ProvenceTayls
Active ProvenceDavid & Karen TaylorExplore

Biking Gorges de la Nesque 

Contributor blog post by David Taylor: Whether you drive or cycle you the Gorge de la Nesque is well worth exploring. I was lucky to share the experience with one of our loyal clients and very experienced cyclist, Harvey Spirit, the route out of the village on the D 943 passes …

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Cycle the Drome Provencal @ProvenceTayls
Active ProvenceDavid & Karen TaylorExplore

Another cycle into the Drome Provencal

Contributor blog post by David Taylor: We are accommodating more cyclists this year, Nigel and his wife Jenny are on their second visit, Nigel (pictured) is a very experienced road and mountain biker, and so I was a little nervous joining him and our friends Kevin & Siobhan, also very experienced …

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Blue Sky Biking #ExploreProvence @TableenProvence
Active ProvenceCurrent EventsExplorePaula Kane

Blue Sky Biking in Provence

Contributor blog post by Paula Kane: Well, well. This is just unbelievable really. The sky has been bright blue, the temperatures between +32 and +36 and no wind. It’s been perfect for weeks, I almost can’t believe it. This past week has been silly busy with my brother-in-law visiting, Jason …

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Cycling in Provence @VaucluseDreamer
Active ProvenceExploreJulie Whitmarsh

Luberon Cycling from Sade to Saignon

Contributor blog post by Vaucluse Dreamer: In a little over a week’s time my hubby and boys will set off from our home on Dartmoor to cycle through France, hopefully arriving safe and well after about 18 days in Sete. They’ll be cycling just over 1500km in that time, not quite …

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Summertime in Provence #TastesofProvence #WinesofProvence @TableenProvence
Active ProvenceExplorePaula Kane

Summertime in Provence

Contributor blog post by Paula Kane: Blue skies and rosé – this is Provence. Wow. Just wow. This is what summer is supposed to be. ++30 and sun everyday. Isn’t it? At least it’s my idea of summer and I am finally getting it. My first week is always rather …

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Drome Provencal @ProvenceTayls
Active ProvenceDavid & Karen TaylorExplore

Cycling into the Drome Provencal

Contributor blog post by David Taylor: I am continuing to train for a further ascent of Mont Ventoux in the coming weeks so my Tuesday ride took me over the hills past Javon and down to Sault. As ever the first glimpse of Ventoux with the lavender in full bloom …

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Mont Ventoux a big ride @ProvenceTayls
Active ProvenceDavid & Karen TaylorExplore

Conquering the mighty Mont Ventoux

Contributor blog post by David Taylor: As many people know cycling is the number one sport in France and the Luberon is the perfect location to enjoy it, there is a long flat cycle path running from Cavaillon to as far as Forcalquier, whilst there are many quiet back roads …

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Flowers on cycle route @VaucluseDreamer
Active ProvenceExploreJulie Whitmarsh

Luberon Cycle: Cherries, Lavender and Roussillon Ochres

Contributor blog post by Vaucluse Dreamer: After a couple of busy days settling back into the house and getting on top of a few things I needed to do, I decided to get back out on the bike this morning. I had an appointment with my neighbour to pop to the …

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Blue skies for cycling @VaucluseDreamer
Active ProvenceExploreJulie Whitmarsh

Luberon Cycling over the top to Sault

Contributor blog post by Vaucluse Dreamer: Over the years that we’ve been coming to the Vaucluse we have often ‘popped’ across the hills that sit between the Luberon & Mont Ventoux. This has always been done by car and I’ve seen people on bikes riding it and thought to myself …

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