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PROVENCE – WHY GO?
For a romantic getaway or a luxury break in one of the most idyllic locations in France, book a room at one of our boutique hotels in Provence. The hotels in our collection have been hand picked by us, meeting our demands for luxury, comfort and style to ensure that your stay is memorable for all the right reasons. Boutique hotels in Provence are the ideal accommodation for a honeymoon, a romantic break or luxurious place to stay while holidaying in rural France. You can even add your own dash of romance by requesting chocolates, champagne and other extras to be ready on arrival.
MUST SEE, MUST DO
Glamorous getaways may start along the French Riviera, but those in the know soon head inland to seek out the treasures of inland Provence.
Rural Provence - once home to illustrious artits slike Cézanne and Van Gogh - is an altogether different world of stone villages, magnificent Roman remains and purple fields of lavender and herbs. Play pelote with the locals in village squares, knock back a potent glass of pastis with ice in a streetside cafe or fill up on a bowl of local bouillabaisse (fish soup) and know your catch was landed that morning.
Fabulous Avignon (Home to the bridge made famous by the ditty "Sur le pont d'Avignon...") is a city of cobbled streets, leafy squares, pretty churches and gorgeous shops. Linger in a pavement cafe, then pause to admire the Palais des Papes, with its soaring spires.
Famous for its Roman ruins and its associations with Van Gogh, historic Arles remains a star in itself. Great shops, a bustling market and plenty of outdoor cafes add to its charms.
Elegant Aix is a town of shady boulevards, classic churches and great art a must-see on any itinerary.
It's worth getting to the old centre of Nimes for its array of classical facades and the amazing Roman amphitheatre. This is also the city where Levi Strauss discovered denim (fabric "de Nîmes").
A lively and atmospheric old market town with a huge weekly food market (Thursdays), leafy squares, tiny alleyways and a large complement of appealing bars, restaurants and galleries.
Picturesque villages perched on hilltops characterise the Luberon. Gordes and Menerbes are twwo fine examples of these quintessentially provencal villages.
Old clifftop town with narrow streets and little galleries. Don't miss the Catgedrale d'Images, with its audio visual displays.
Provence is rightly famous for its cuisine provençale, steeped in local herbs. Come here for the word's best bouillabaisse (fish stew) and roast lamb - accompanied by a fine local wine, of course.
MAKE A DATE
Take in some film, theatre or dance at the Festival d’Avignon.
Tap your foot at the lively Luberon Jazz Festival.
Rub shoulders with the beautiful people at the Cannes Film Festival and the Monaco Grand Prix.
It's all about lazy lunches in sunny squares, enjoying delicious cuisine provençale with a little too much local vino.
Boutique Hotels in Provence
Peachy provençal property in the Luberon hills. More Details...
Provençal château made for loved-up weekends. More Details...
Secret garden idyll in the heart of old Nîmes. More Details...
Chic country house piled with provençal charm . More Details...
Charming village B&B in a historic hillside setting . More Details...
Fabulous rustic retreat in pastoral Provence . More Details...
Romantic Riviera retreat in the hills above Cannes. More Details...
Stylish Riviera retreat with sweeping Med views. More Details...
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