A List of Things to Do in Winter in Provence
Provence is synonymous with sunshine, lavender and rosé wine and can get a little hectic in the summer months (July and August). So, we’d like to share what we love about Provence the rest of the year, especially in winter!
Firstly, it’s much calmer people-wise. The climate can also be amazing with t-shirt weather during the day and then enjoying a glass of rosé in front of a crackling fire in the evening. Situated inland, our village is normally colder than on the coast, with some vineyards even measuring -15°C in winter!
Continue reading here. Winter in some parts of Provence can mean cold temperatures and even snow. The good news is the white stuff never lasts long, and it is a great excuse to head to the mountains for skiing, snowshoeing, or just sitting by a roaring fire with some vin chaud.
If you live in Provence, then the winter months are a perfect time to visit some of the charming villages like Eze, St Paul de Vence, Les Baux de Provence and Gordes, which are crammed with tourists during high season. Alternatively, head to a museum to take in the latest exhibits at your own pace.
Enjoy the tastes of Provence with this winter dinner party menu inspired by Provencal Cuisine. Or try a French classic, a warm winter recipe for duck confit by Martine at boutique travel company Gout et Voyage.