Monieux Village Vaucluse
Cheryl ShufflebothamExplore: Travel in ProvenceVillages Towns and Cities

Monieux Village A Hidden Gem Near the Gorges de la Nesque

Contributor blog post by Cheryl Shufflebotham: One day while driving through the Gorges de la Nesque, we “needed” a place to stop to have an apéritif before heading to Venasque for dinner at one of our favorite restaurants, les Remparts. My husband suggested Monieux, since he had passed through the village …

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Eygalieres an Authentic Village in Provence @PerfProvence
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottExplore: Travel in ProvenceVillages Towns and Cities

Must Visit Eygalieres an Authentic Village in Provence

Contributor blog post by Nutmeg: The key to understanding Provence is to spend some quality time in historical villages such as Eygalières. The town is tiny compared to its neighbours, with a population of only 1830 (pop. census 2008). The village site as it is known today began to take shape …

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Malaucene #MontVentoux @ourhouseinprovence
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Malaucène a Gateway to Mont Ventoux

Contributor blog post by Michel: One of the great things about writing a blog is getting comments on the blog or emails from readers with suggestions for villages to visit or restaurants to try. That is why we headed to Malaucène one morning back in February. …Continue reading here for Michel’s full …

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Secret Riviera La Colle sur Loup @FibiTee #FrenchRiviera
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Secret Riviera – La Colle sur Loup

Contributor blog post by Phoebe @ Lou Messuogo: The French Riviera is a beautiful place but no one could say it was undeveloped and empty. Its very beauty has attracted holiday makers, second home owners and new residents for more than a century resulting in enormous amounts of construction. Recently …

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La Porte de Saorge @Unxplorer
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Photo Friday: La Porte de Saorge

By Susan Payton Susan and her family visited Provence in the spring. They fell in love with the village of Saorge as you can see in her Photo Friday: La Porte de Saorge. Via:: Unexplorer       

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