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Travel in Provence, France
By:Leanne Clute

Away from the glitz and glam of Paris is the winery-filled, country atmosphere of Provence, France. Tourists will be graced with stunning views of the French Riviera while enjoying signature French and Italian cuisine paired with one of the many wines that are manufactured in the area.

Wine Country
Some of the most famous wines in the world come from Provence wineries. Enjoy daily tastings and wine tours at Les Cotes de Provence, Cotes du Rhone or Coteaux des Baux de Provence.

Historical Monuments
Step back into a time when architecture composed castles and monuments instead of the commercial buildings we find today. Great Tours and Tours in Provence offer day trips around the area with sites of Abbaye du Thoronet, Abbaye de Silvacane and Abbay de Senanque.

Lodging
There are over 200 options for lodging in Provence. Visitors will enjoy the home-like charm of bed and breakfasts or hostels, luxury accommodations at one of the hotels or holiday lets or simplicity and nature at the area campgrounds.






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