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Our ideas for keeping cool in Provence

Last update: 07/05/2023

Set off on a guided tour at sunrise or sunset A number of Tourist Offices or professionals offer guided tours at sunrise or after nightfall during the summer months. Here’s… ...

The rose garden of Gérenton

Last update: 25/03/2023

Come and discover this newly-opened ecological rose garden growing on the slopes of Mont Ventoux! ...

New in the Luberon: the Ferme Hi-Bride

Last update: 24/03/2023

In southern Luberon, a medieval farmhouse comes back to life under the joyful and colourful inspiration of M ...

ViaRhôna, Via Venaissia… what’s new on the cycling front

Last update: 23/03/2023

The ViaRhôna finally connected to the Mediterranean by Bike itinerary, a bicycle bridge over the Ouvèze river, another one to cross the Rhône river, due in June this year… ...

The bicentenary of the birth of nature scientist Jean-Henri Fabre (1823-1915)

Last update: 22/03/2023

In the Vaucluse, adopted land of the naturalist Jean-Henri Fabre, we are celebrating the bicentenary of his birth at L’Harmas, his Provençal farmhouse and garden dedicated to biodiversity. ...

Taste the finest in Vaucluse

Last update: 09/03/2023

Here is a look at three wonderful restaurants that opened recently in Vaucluse and the galaxy of stars in the département. ...

New in Châteauneuf-du-Pape

Last update: 08/09/2022

La Vinothèque: the new showcase for Châteauneuf-du-Pape wines, the Hôtel La Mère Germaine extended and renovated… there are changes in the village that hosts the most famous cru of the Rhône Valley! ...

5 wonderful guesthouses in Vaucluse

Last update: 07/09/2022

Here is a selection of lovely new guest houses in the Vaucluse! ...

Jewish heritage in Vaucluse: a singular history

Last update: 06/09/2022

Do you know about this part of Vaucluse history, for which there are many accounts, related to the papal presence in Avignon? ...