Nice Baie des Anges @SipTasteShare
Expat Living

Why I love Nice and Why You Should Visit

Nestled in the heart of the French Riviera, gazing onto the azure Mediterranean, Nice is all luminous sunshine and heart-warming light. Underneath that beautiful exterior lie the things I adore about this town, the reasons I moved here. Food: those who have met know I tirelessly explore the foods of …

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Lourmarin in the Luberon by Cobblestone and Vineyards
Cheryl ShufflebothamExplore

Lourmarin The Most Romantic Village of the Luberon

Contributor blog post by Cheryl Shufflebotham: Here’s a tip! When your husband asks if you would like to be dropped off in the village of Lourmarin for the day, you just say “Yes!” You don’t question it. You just go. You won’t be disappointed. …Continue reading here for Cheryl’s photos of …

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Gordes Luberon Villages @OurhouseinProvence
ExploreOur House in Provence

Gordes, a Beautiful Hillside Village in the Luberon

Contributor blog post by Michel: Gordes is a beautiful village in the Luberon region about 1 hour southeast of our home in Sablet. The obviously strategic site where Gordes sits has been occupied since prehistoric times. The stone buildings were built against the base of the cliffs and spiral up …

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Wattmobile electric scooter Pick-up
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottExploreUnique Experiences

Enter This Free Giveaway! Wattmobile Electric Scooter Trial

Car companies and investors are spending billions in their attempts to place first in the electric vehicle battle – Elon Musk’s race is on. Maybe that was on his mind when entrepreneur David Lainé exited from Marseille’s St. Charles station one morning back in the summer of 2011 and noticed …

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Coffee in Provence @Aixcentric
AixcentricTaste

The Best Places for Coffee in Provence

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric: Want to know the best places for coffee in: Marseille Aix-en-Provence Bouches du Rhone – La Ciotat, Arles and Salon? The myprovence website has listed places that are noted for their excellence – they have done this to dovetail with the new ‘Café In’ expo at …

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Georgeanne Brennan Photo by Jessica Theroux @ProvencePost
BooksBoutiqueThe Provence Post

Q&A with Georgeanne Brennan a Provence Expert

Contributor blog post by Julie Mautner: Author Georgeanne Brennan, who splits her time between Provence and California, is happiest when she’s at the table…in either place. Read on for her best Provence insider tips. …Continue reading here for Julie’s interview with author (My Culinary Journey) and Provence insider Georgeanne Brennan. Who better …

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Roussillon, Chateau Canorgue @ShutrsSunflowrs
Caroline Longstaffe

Living a ‘A Good Year’ even if it’s not in Provence!

Contributor blog post by Caroline Longstaffe: When ever I am feeling far away, yearning to be back in the Luberon in Provence, one of my solutions is to watch, yes for the hundredth time, ‘A Good Year.‘ Filmed minutes from Lourmarin, it perfectly encapsulates this stunning region; the alluring natural light, …

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Uzes views @bfblogger2015
Barefoot BloggerTaste

Uzes: A Culinary Journey in the South of France

Contributor blog post by Deborah Bine: You would be forgiven for thinking that Paris is the best place to experience French food. However, surprisingly many would argue against such a claim. While it is at the forefront, and to some extent the gateway to French cuisine for the average traveler, …

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French Riviera #cotedazur @cobblestoneandvineyards
Cheryl ShufflebothamExplore

The French Riviera in Two Days

Contributor blog post by Cheryl Shufflebotham: I have avoided the Riviera when visiting Provence, figuring that it would be too busy, too ritzy for my taste. Well, after finally deciding to give it a try—after all it is the Riviera—all I can say is “I get it!!!” I now see …

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Nice Old Town #CotedAzur @PerfProvence
Current EventsExplore

Nice in the winter – Experience Nice a new way

Traditionally the French Riviera, and Nice in particular, was a winter resort. It served as a destination for the upper echelons to escape harsh northern winters amongst their own. Today Nice in the winter is a largely local affair – which means less hustle, bustle and fewer crowds to contend …

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