Vacationing in Provence
Located in the southeast corner of France, Provence has lured artists and writers for years to this rich region with its quaint villages, historical landmarks and prose-inspiring cafes. In terms of sites, there's much to do here: tour medieval churches, Roman ruins, and the stone village of Les Baux.
And for those who consider gastronomy culture (we do!), you'll find inspiration strolling the local markets, sampling tapenades, aromatic saucisson and wines. Be sure to explore this vast landscape colored with bright poppies and soft green leafed olive trees, and marvel at the infamous lavender fields.
Whether it's the hills of Les Alpilles, the fascinating medieval hillside villages such as Gordes or Bonnieux in the Luberon, or the blue waters of Cassis, Provence is varied and leaves much to discover. Or simply sit back in your villa with a glass of regional French wine, enjoying this relaxed way of life.