Saint Saturnin les Apt @CuriousProvence
Ashley TinkerExplore: Travel in ProvenceVillages Towns and Cities

Winter Day Out in Provence to Visit Saint Saturnin les Apt

Contributor blog post by Ashley Tinker: I love exploring Provence in the winter. It’s quiet and you can linger in the streets of small towns to appreciate the little details such as potted plants adorably shoved onto windowsills. Or, the particular stunning shade of peach on a weather-beaten shutter. Provencal …

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Apt Saturday Market Fresh Produce
Julie WhitmarshRental & Self-Catered Properties in ProvenceStay: Accommodation & Rentals in Provence

Looking for Rental Accommodation Near Apt

Make Apt Home Base Apt is one of the larger centres in the Luberon and a great place from which to explore the hilltop towns, lavender fields, and vineyards of Provence. The weekly Saturday morning market in Apt is popular all year, it’s one of the biggest ones with stalls …

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Apt Cent Cinq Holiday Apartments Apt Provence
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottExplore: Travel in ProvenceLiving in ProvenceVillages Towns and Cities

Holiday Apartments in Apt a Place to Explore Provence

Jen and Chris Mallon are British transplants. They sold everything in 2018 and moved from England to Apt in the South of France. It was a quick move they decided to relocate in June and arrived in France at the end of September. They left their jobs, sold a house, …

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Château de Bourgane
David & Karen TaylorFrench Decor & GardensInspire: Art & Culture

Discovering Château de Bourgane Near Apt

Contributor blog post by David Taylor: Despite living here in Provence for over ten years we continue to make great discoveries! Château de Bourgane is on the road leading from Apt to Saint Saturnin Les Apt. The Chateau dates to 1775 and was probably one of the most important houses in …

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Raina Stinson Photography Provence
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottInspire: Art & CulturePhotographers in Provence

Portrait Photography in Provence Workshops and Retreats

Fascinated with France since her childhood, Raina Stinson visited the country for the first time in 2014. That trip was a career turning point for this long-time nurse from Portland, Oregon. Shortly after that journey, she decided to take early retirement and combine her two passions, portrait photography and the …

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Hiking Provence Spring Poppies
David & Karen TaylorExplore: Travel in ProvenceStay Fit in Provence

If you like Walking and Hiking Provence is for You

Contributor blog post by David: Saint Saturnin Les Apt is the perfect destination if you are a keen walker. We have a guidebook available with 20 walks from the village ranging in distance from 5 to 20k and therefore for all levels of fitness. Today we chose a short walk, not …

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Curried Chickpea Terrine de Pois Chiche au Curry Maison
AppetizerProvencal RecipesTaste: Food & Drink

Curried Chickpea Terrine de Pois Chiche au Curry Maison

This curried chickpea terrine is simple to make, and the homemade curry adds an exotic flavour. Serve the terrine cold as an appetiser with chilled Provencal rosé or another beverage of your choice. Keep the homemade curry powder in a jar with a good seal, it will keep for an extended period, and you can use it in many recipes.

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Recipe Arugula Pesto de Roquette
CondimentProvencal RecipesTaste: Food & Drink

Pesto de Roquette a Recipe for Arugula Pesto

Many traditional recipes for pesto include basil leaves, this variation from Danielle Jouval at Domaine Saint Jacques calls for fresh roquette. Arugula (roquette) pesto is bright and slightly peppery, it is an excellent condiment for a sandwich, barbequed meat or drizzled on the top of a tomato salad.

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Sirop Léger de Coquelicot Poppy Flower Syrup
Provencal RecipesTaste: Food & Drink

Refreshing Drink Sirop Léger de Coquelicot – Poppy Flower Syrup

The poppy flower petals (coquelicot pétales) colour the sugar water and give the liquid a slight floral flavour. The syrup is easy to make and a refreshing addition to plain or sparkling water.

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Bike Riding Lavender Fields Provence
David & Karen TaylorExplore: Travel in ProvenceStay Fit in Provence

Bike Riding around the Lavender Fields in Provence

Contributor blog post by David Taylor: Early July is the peak of colour in the lavender fields that surround us. Whilst I cycled it would be a very pleasant drive and encompasses some spectacular scenery. From Saint Saturnin Les Apt I took the D179 towards Rustrel and then turned left …

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