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What is Provence? Officially, there is no French department or administrative region with that name. Yet when you hear the word, you think of oleanders, olives, and lavender. You think of a slower of pace of life, a Sunday lunch under the shade of plane trees, a café crème at a sidewalk café, or a long walk through a forest of pine trees. You may even think of a village clinging to the side of a mountain, a church tower with a wrought-iron campanile where the mistral finds little obstruction, or a narrow cobble-stoned street. And, finally, when you're marveling at the rocky inlets of the Mediterranean sea, or relaxing on the beach of Cassis, you can also say: "I'm in Provence!"

From its herb-scented hills to its yacht-filled harbours, no other region of France fires the imagination as strongly as Provence.
The vivid landscape and luminous light have inspired artists and writers from Van Gogh to Picasso and from F. Scott Fitzgerald to Pagnol.

See here a map of Provence with most of the sites described in this website

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 


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