Dali exhibition, Espace Miramar #Cannes @AccessRiviera
ExploreRebecca WhitlockeWhat's On Provence & Cote d'Azur

Under the Radar French Riviera Art Exhibitions on Now

Contributor blog post by Access Riviera: Often I see advertising for upcoming exhibitions at the major art museums and galleries in this region, but sometimes the best exhibitions fall under our noses and pass by unnoticed. Here are 3 Exhibitions that I highly recommend you find time to see – they …

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A Window in Cotignac Perfectly Provence Moments
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottExploreGuided Holiday Tours

Gout et Voyage Founder Describes her Perfectly Provence Moments

French by birth, a traveller by nature, Martine Bertin-Peterson is a Marketing and Management Professor at the College of New Jersey. However, once classes wind down for the summer, Martine begins her bespoke Goût et Voyage tours in Provence.  “What more can a man ask of heaven? If I should happen to die …

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Author PJ Adams
Books on ProvenceCarolyne Kauser-AbbottExplore

Author PJ Adams is Legally Intoxicated by Provence

Sparkling azure waters, chilled pink wine, cicada-led symphonies and the market aromas of rotisserie chickens it is easy to see how one might get drunk on the sensory indulgence of Provence. Intoxicating PJ Adams grew up in California where she studied, before heading to the London School of Economics. Her …

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Recontres d'Arles Arles Photography
AixcentricInspirePhotographers in Provence

Arles 2015: Les Rencontres de la Photographie

Since 1969, Arles has established itself as a European focus for the art of photography. The vast Recontres d’Arles festival sprawls across town with 60 different exhibitions in museums, chapels, halls, showing the work of masters of the art – and new practitioners. It’s very inspiring – but Continue reading …

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Hilltop Villages #Provence #Children @FibiTee
ExplorePhoebe ThomasVillages Towns and Cities

Sightseeing with children – visiting hill villages

According to Phoebe Thomas, family travel is entirely possible in Provence, even young boys can be interested in cultural visits. We have always been sightseeing with our children ever since day one and have never pandered to the idea that you can’t visit cultural/historical sights with young kids.  Our boys …

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Nice Budget Travel Promenade du Paillon Provence
ExploreLiz 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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Jill Steenhuis at easel #Artist #Provence
Artists Inspired by ProvenceCarolyne Kauser-AbbottInspire

Cezanne’s Provence Painted by Artist Jill Steenhuis Part 3

This is the third Perfectly Provence article on American artist Jill Steenhuis – you can read more on her background here and here. In this post learn about Cezanne’s artistic approach and one of his favourite spots Château Noir from Jill. Several things I learned from the Marchutz School that …

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Anne-Marie Simons Aix-en-Provence Market
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottExpat Living and Real EstateLiving in Provence

Formula One Race Cars to Provence Today

It was hardly a race back to Europe. Anne-Marie Simons moved to the United States (US) in the fall of 1966, for one year. And, stayed for 32 more. From her birthplace of Maastricht (the Netherlands), Anne-Marie’s studies in French language and culture took her to Paris and then to …

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About Perfectly Provence Digital Magazine

About Perfectly Provence

Welcome to Perfectly Provence, the food, travel and lifestyle magazine for the South of France and the French Riviera. Our audience includes visitors and residents who want authentic experiences and high-quality content.   Provence is a place that many hope to visit “one day.” And we hope that you do!   …

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Marseille Fish Market Provence
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottExploreLocals Travel Tips

Marseille’s Coming Out

Gilles Conchy describes his birth city of Marseille, as “tense, cosmopolitan, not well-mannered, but it is colourful, generous and sunny all year long.”

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