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Stuck in Provence

Can one get stuck in Provence for 3.5 months? Have you heard of codeshare? Codeshare is when two different airlines share a flight but use different flight numbers… learn more and see some beautiful pictures of Provence at Ginger and Nutmeg’s blog post  “Stuck in Provence.“

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Black Diamonds Truffles
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottExplore: Travel in ProvenceLocal Food Producers in ProvenceLocals Travel TipsTaste: Food & Drink

Local’s Tips from a Truffle Hunter for Perfectly Provence

11-years ago, Lisa and Johann Pepin switched corporate jobs for a rural lifestyle and became expats (Lisa). This Franco-American couple live in Provence at Les Pastras a property that Johann’s grandfather bought in the 1970s. You can read their full story and more details on Les Pastras truffle hunting and …

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Caumont Art Center
Explore: Travel in ProvenceThe Provence Post

Caumont Art Center Opens in Aix May 6

By Julie Mautner The new Caumont Art Center opens in Aix on May 6, with a major show featuring 60 works by Venetian master Canaletto (1697-1768). The show, called Canaletto–oma, London, Venice: The Triumph of Light, runs until September 13, 2015. Explore this Post Via:: The Provence Post       

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Calanque En Vau #Calanques in #Provence @PerfProvence
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottExplore: Travel in ProvenceLocals Travel Tips

Provencal Yogi Shares Her Perfectly Provence

We asked yoga instructor Sabrina Sadeghi Millecamps if she would help us uncover what makes Provence unique to both visitors and residents. “When I first came to France, I was surprised at how little was on offer in terms of yoga – studios, classes and retreats. Provence has all the …

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Plage Notre Dame in Porquerolles @Aixcentric
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The Best Beach in Europe

By aixcentric Last night, TF1 News reported the results of the best beach in Europe poll, and the award goes to Plage Notre Dame in Porquerolles. This is a 45 minute walk from the tiny port on the island and so, apparently, is rarely busy. Special gardiens are responsible for …

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Week in Provence
Explore: Travel in ProvenceThe Provence Post

Do Good…and Win A Week in Provence

By Julie Mautner My friend Lucy is a tireless supporter of a charity called Busoga Trust, which builds and maintains wells in rural Uganda. Since 1983, the group has created more than 2000 sustainable sources for clean, safe water…used by villagers for drinking, cooking, sanitation and hygiene.  Explore this Post Via:: The …

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Local saffron farm @LizGabayMW
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottExplore: Travel in ProvenceLocals Travel Tips

Perfectly Provence Travel Tips by Master of Wine

What is a Master of Wine and what does it take to become one? Learn more about Elizabeth Gabay’s compelling story and why she lives “Equidistant between the Rhone and Piedmont” follow this link. We asked Elizabeth to share her Perfectly Provence moments with our readers: #Discover The more remote …

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Vaison Pont Vaison-la-Romaine #Vaison #Provence @vaisonsharon
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottExplore: Travel in ProvenceLocals Travel TipsTaste: Food & Drink

Vaison la Romaine Locals Tips for Your Visit

Local enough to hear the latest gossip makes you a local in Provence Sharon de Rham (tour guide and expat) says she gets the heads up from her friend at the tourist office when there are movie stars staying in the “neighbourhood.” After nearly ten years in Vaison la Romaine, …

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Nice Budget Travel Promenade du Paillon Provence
Explore: Travel in ProvenceLiz Lord

Don’t Get Burnt in Nice Budget Travel Tips

Nice airport has recently been voted the most beautiful aerial approach in the world, by Private Fly. For people living in the Alpes-Maritimes it remains a thrill, as you approach from the West along the Var or East past Monaco, before landing on the sea (well that is how it …

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Pont d'Avignon Provence @paulshawcrossuk
Explore: Travel in ProvencePaul Shawcross

Sur, or is it Sous, le Pont d’Avignon

The Rhone at Avignon is very wide and fast flowing and nowadays there are two modern bridges, or four if you include Eiffel’s box-girder railway bridge and the new TGV bridge further downstream. However, in medieval times crossing the river was very difficult as the only previous bridge, a wooden …

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