Provence

A seductive land of endless lavender fields, olive groves and rolling vineyards, the dreamy, refreshing, picture perfect Provence delights your senses like no other.

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We all have the longing for open spaces, unspoilt nature, rolling hills with grass caressing your knees, wild flowers and azure blue skies and Provence definitely checks all these boxes.
Put on a large brimmed hat and lounge on an exclusivist beach in Nice or Cannes, get drunk on the sweet aroma of lavender in bloom, discover inspiring Roman remains in Aix or Arles or just marvel at the astonishing landscapes that inspired the likes of Matisse, Cezanne, Van Gogh or Picasso.
Provence is the place for art lovers, for insatiable souls in search of the essence of life, for dreamers and wanderers, a destination that fills your heart with joy. It s a region of great contrasts, of snow-topped mountains and enchanting sea resorts, of authentic villages and vibrant cities, of romantic breakfasts by the sea and delicious hilltop picnics.
Provence entices its visitors with countless wonders, hiding priceless cultural and historic treasures under a veil of simple delights.

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Hangouts

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La Boîte à Sardine
A trip to Marseille will be incomplete without sampling the Mediterranean's diverse range of seafood and Chef Fabien Rugi is the perfect person to introduce it to you. With quirky interiors and a reasonably priced menu, it will be difficult to end your evening here feeling anything but satisfied.
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MuCEM – Musée des civilisations de l'Europe et de la Méditerranée
It might not have the longevity of other art venues, but the Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilisations has rapidly become the most prominent museums on the local scene due to its stunning architecture , superb location and cool exhibits. You will love it.
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La Villa Madie
Awarded two Michelin stars in 2014, La Villa Madie offers an extraordinary fine dining menu to be enjoyed whilst admiring the Mediterranean waters. Curated by the gastronomical geniuses and couple Marielle & Dimitri Droisneau, the menu aims to celebrate the local cuisine in a gourmet fashion.
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17 Place aux Vins
Let 17 Place aux Vins captivate your taste buds with their extensive selection of the best of locally produced Provence wines. During the day, the cave serves as a store, but by night it transforms into a popular wine and tapas joint full of delicacies for you to explore.
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Le Jardin du Quai
Fresh, Fresh, Fresh. Le Jardin du Quai is located in the most idyllic setting, engulfed by its very own gardens, offering an unbeatable seasonal menu that has rewarded it with its excellent reputation. You will never eat the same two things here, making every return an exciting one.
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Le Café de la Place
Don't let the quaint and casual aesthetic deceive you, Le Café de la Place offers exquisite, high-end dishes using ingredients sourced from Provence's dense landscape. Relax out on the terrace and enjoy the views of the greenery surrounding you.
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