Lush with golden sunflower beds, aromatic lavender fields, ancient olive trees, legendary grape vines and rolling mountains, Provence has long been sought after by people looking for the good life.
With 300 days of sunshine and a rich heritage, Provence has some of the loveliest towns, villages and styles of architecture in France. If you’re searching for an idyllic place to live in France, Provence may just be it.
A medieval hill village, St-Paul-de-Vence has been an artist haven for decades. Russian-born artist Marc Chagall made it his home for almost 20 years.
The old road from from Cadiere d-Azu to Le Castellet provides a stunning overview of surrounding towns and villages.
Cassis, often called “the poor man’s Saint Tropez” has a quaint harbour with traditional pointus boats.
Famous for its ancient olive groves, most towns in Provence have a street market at least once a week.
Pierrefeu-du-Var is just one of the charming small towns to be found in Provence.
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