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4 slow tourism experiences in the Toulourenc valley

In this unspoilt valley, which runs for some thirty kilometers between Entrechaux and Montbrun-les-Bains, slow tourism takes on its full meaning. No major tourist sites, but you'll discover a Provence rooted in a rural way of life, far from the hustle and bustle of the cities. The bonus is an...

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In Provence, we're already savoring the flavors of autumn!

Summer's over quickly, the children are back at school, the vineyards are alive with the ballet of grape-pickers and tractors: it's already back to school. For some, however, the vacations are just beginning or looming on the horizon. How fortunate! In fact, the off-season is one of the most...

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3 ideas for family hikes on Mont Ventoux

Mont Ventoux's forest cover conceals a number of paths that are ideal for hiking. Some of these discovery trails are particularly well-suited to family outings, even with younger children. Put on your sneakers, we'll take you for a walk...

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4 good reasons to stop off in Vaison-la-Romaine

On the border between the Drôme and Vaucluse regions, Vaison-la-Romaine is one of France's "most beautiful detours". Roman remains, nature parks, the wine route and the great Provencal market are just some of the reasons to make the trip. Although its name anchors it in the past, Vaison is...

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Summer festivals in Vaucluse: ask for the program!

The programs are out, promising a very festive summer. In Provence, summer rhymes with festivals. There are countless cultural events to choose from as soon as the warm weather sets in. In addition to the renowned Avignon Festival, the Vaucluse region is home to many other quality events......

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