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Ginger and NutmegWhat's On Provence & Cote d'Azur

Introducing Perfectly Provence a Unique Digital Magazine

Provence captures people with its amazing charms, and hidden adventures as soon as they arrive in this magical region of southern France. This is just the kind of place where you are not sure how the transformation happened, but all of a sudden you are a fan. Explore – Taste – …

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Roman Aix-en-Provence
AixcentricProvencal History & Traditions

Spotlight on Roman Aix

By aixcentric Virtually every time there are ‘travaux‘ in Aix, the archaeologists who precede the bulldozers unearth Roman pottery, statues, funeral urns, drainage systems and stretches of road. Over the years there have been small displays, but the next exhibition at the Granet Explore this Post Via:: Aixcentric       

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Fete de la Courge
AixcentricWhat's On Provence & Cote d'Azur

Fete de la Courge

By aixcentric Next weekend (11th and 12th October) sees the annual Fete de la Courge in Rians in the Var, and it is one of my favourite village festivals: mainly as it is so very un-English. It is an excellent opportunity to see a work-a-day Provencal village, totally non-touristy, celebrating …

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Film Gone Girl
AixcentricInspire: Art & Culture

The Week Ahead at the Cinema

By aixcentric I’m sure lots of people, having read ‘Gone Girl’, are eagerly waiting for the film. Happily it opens on Wednesday in both VO and VF at the Cézanne. I was curious as to how the screenplay would unfold the story – the book has alternating chapters from the …

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AixcentricInspire: Art & Culture

Apero Arty in Aix-en-Provence

By aixcentric Wowsers! What a great painting. I’ve never heard of James Cochran but can’t wait to get myself along to La Galerie Maison Dauphine to see this new expo, ‘Au Coeur de la Rue’. Tucked away in the Quartier Mazarin, this is an innovative gallery which has been bringing …

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Lifestyle in Provence, Markets, Culture, Art and more

Endless shopping in Provence from traditional handicrafts to markets…

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Barefoot BloggerShopping & Gifts from the South of France

A Sunday in Provence: L’isle Sur la Sorgue

By Deborah Bine L’isle Sur la Sorgue is now one of my “best favorite places”to visit and to show off to guests who want to wander through Provence Explore this Post Via:: Barefoot Blogger     

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Feria du Riz in Arles Provence
Barefoot BloggerInspire: Art & CultureProvencal History & Traditions

Arles’ Feria du Riz: Bullfights and Fanfare

By Deborah Bine I’m deliberately attending as many types of events that feature bulls as the main attraction as possible. It’s becoming an obsession. Explore this Post Via:: Barefoot Blogger     

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Provence Mysterious Photography
Books on ProvenceGinger and Nutmeg

Provencal Mysteries Unveiled in Provence Mysterious

Provencal postcards are dominated by fields of purple-lavender rows, stoic sunflowers against cobalt-sky backdrops, gnarled grapevines burdened with ripening fruit and endless groves of olive trees. It is highly unlikely that demons, demigods, bat caves and sorcery are images that pop into your mind when a friend says they are going to …

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BFBlogger Bobo Fashion
Barefoot BloggerInspire: Art & CultureShopping & Gifts from the South of France

French Bobo Fashion for Fall: A New Look from Long Ago

By Deborah Bine As published in France Today There’s a dress shop in the village square of my adopted home in France where finding what’s new in fall fashions takes you back a century or two. A visit to the store reminds you of rummaging through your grandmother’s closet, or …

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