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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 ...

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. ...

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? ...

Cowool, in Avignon

Last update: 05/09/2022

Cowool is an unusual place that provides both accommodation and incredible coworking facilities close to the centre of Avignon. ...

The reorganisation of the summit of Mont Ventoux

Last update: 04/09/2022

After two years of work, the Ventoux summit has finished its facelift. Here is an overview of the new organisation for cars, pedestrians and cyclists. ...