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What to do on your trip to Provence France

France is a beautiful country, with so much to see and do. With plenty of delicacies and excellent cuisine to indulge in along with the fabulous wine that is produced in the country, as well as a huge selection of tourist destinations to explore, there is plenty to do on your trip to France. Provence in particular holds the best of both worlds when it comes to things to do in France, with plenty of tourist options combined with the beauty of local French culture which you can enjoy. We’ve put together a list of interesting things that you can do when you head to Provence in France.

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Take In Some History

Provence is known for some of its Roman artefacts and ruins that you can enjoy, as well as its beautiful architecture. One of the most notable is the Notre-Dame de la Garde in Marseille. The Neo-Byzantine church was built on the foundations of an ancient fort, and is a spectacular sight for all to see. One of the best ways to sightsee some of the top historical attractions in Marseille and in many of the major towns in Provence is by bike. The Roman Theatre of Orange and the Museé de l’Arles et de la Provence antiques is another way that you can see some of the rich history that is ready to be explored.

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Be At One With Nature

Provence is home to some of the most beautiful natural wonders in the country, with the French Riviera being one of the most popular tourist destinations. One of the most spectacular however is the Alpilles regional country park and mountain range which is the perfect place for hiking. It is a small range of low mountains, perfect for a beginner, and a few ancient villages to explore such as Les Baux de Provence. In fact, the Alpilles were made famous through the art of Vincent van Gogh who regularly painted this landscape. If you’re interested in nature, or you enjoy nature walks, then the Alpilles are the perfect place to explore.

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Head To Monaco

If you’re a restless person who wants to explore further than Provence, then it might be worth taking a road trip to Monaco. Depending on which part of Provence you’re staying in, the trip should take no more than 3 hours and here you can indulge in your luxury gambling fantasies. If you are considering taking a trip to Monaco, it might be worth learning a little more about the games that you want to play with certain guides, such as the Ladbrokes Blackjack E-Book. These will help you to ensure that you’re on top of your game when it comes to heading to Monaco. Once you’ve finished at the casinos, or you’re looking for something a little more interesting to do, then you might want to enjoy a day at the beach, visit the ornate Salle Garnier opera house, or visit the yacht lined harbour for a true taste of elegance and luxury.

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Tour The Vineyards

One of the things that France is most famous for is its wine, and although other regions in the country are more well-known, Provence offers some of the best wine, in particular rose wine, in the country. There are plenty of tours and vineyard trails that you can take part in in the country, and there are many stunning sites. There are very different winemaking regions located in Provence, trailing from Toulon, to Saint-Tropez and heading through to the picturesque lavender fields and olive groves. Although rose is most historical in Provence, it is now becoming known for some red wines, all of which you can try as you tour the vineyards.

Provence red wine #tastesofprovence @perfprovence

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Carolyne Kauser-Abbott

Carolyne Kauser-Abbott

With her camera and laptop close at hand, Carolyne has traded in her business suits for the world of freelance writing and blogging. She writes a weekly food and travel blog Ginger and Nutmeg. Carolyne’s freelance articles can be found in Global Living Magazine, Avenue Magazine and City Palate. Her travel apps are found under the brand Edible Heritage. Carolyne also curates an e-commerce website for artisanal products of exceptional quality Atelier Boutiques

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