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Scenic Driving Route du Mimosa Itinerary

Contributor blog post by Girl Gone Gallic:

Le soleil en hiver…

Get ready for a real treat! This scenic driving route offers a sublime landscape with quaint villages, golden blooms, climbing mountaintops, green valleys, and a beautiful coastline. All set to bright skies (hopefully), the deep blue sea, and a backdrop of snow topped mountains.  Don’t forget that with the Massif du Tanneron in full bloom from January through March

…Continue reading here for this terrific day-tripping plan to see the beautiful mimosas in full bloom. GGG’s advice – slow down and smell the mimosas. The “perfect” time for the blooms is typically mid-February. If you only have time for one village her recommendation is Tanneron. As usual GGG’s post is filled with travel tips to make the best of this scenic drive in search of mimosa, and even includes her downloadable guide.

Via:: Girl Gone Gallic


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