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10 Fantastic Reasons to Attend Provence’s Cherry Festival in La Roque d’Anthéron

Contributor blog post by Girl Gone Gallic:

Cherry season is always a time that I wait for with great anticipation.  All those lovely little red spheres of delicious sweet tastiness have me salivating in anticipation as the season gets going.  Much to my delight, we are smack in the middle of cherry season here in Provence, and a Cherry Festival.  And in case you hadn’t noticed, any reason (even cherries) is a good reason for a festival as far as the French are concerned!

…Continue reading here for details on this annual cherry festival in La Roque d’Anthéron and GGG’s 10 reasons to visit next year including the obvious cherries.  and GGG’s 10 reasons to visit next year including the obvious cherries. There are also traditional dancers, crafts and basket making.

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