Lavender of Provence Marseille Cultural Crossroads of Mediterranean Europe Calanques Provence: Sun, Scents, Flavors Cities of Provence Read more © Atout France/Robert Palomba Visit Marseille, the Front Door to Provence Marseille, the dynamic, modern Phocaean city, rich of an exceptional heritage, is the Mediterranean metropolis where life is enjoyable. Read more © JC Carbonne Visit the Elegance of Aix-en-Provence In its Mediterranean sunlight and warm climate, from its charming streets to its lively squares, Aix-en-Provence is a city of elegance. Read more © Yann de Fareins - Noir d'Ivoire Visit Avignon, the Heart of Provence Located in the heart of Provence, Avignon has everything needed to enchant you with its art de vivre and rich architectural heritage. Read more © Laurent-Bouderaux - Culturespaces Visit Orange and Experience 2,000 Years of History Orange is a city full off ancient treasures and full of life. This art of living makes Orange a favorite stop-over for tourists. Read more © OT Arles Visit Arles, a Roman-Era City Arles, located in the heart of Camargue's wild nature, is classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage of Humanity site. Read more © Vaison la Romaine Visit Vaison-la-Romaine in Provence Discover a picturesque town, rich with great history, steps away from Mont Ventoux. Gardens of Provence Read more © Atout France/Emmanuel Valentin The Stunning Natural Landscapes of Provence The sound of cicadas, typical santons, traditional markets, the scent of lavender and numerous hilltop villages – welcome to the stunning region of Provence just a stone’s throw from the beaches of the Mediterranean. Read more © Coll. CDT Vaucluse / HOCQUEL Alain Visit Mont Ventoux Take the plunge among vineyards, orchards and lavender in Mont Ventoux, also known as "the Giant of Provence." Read more © Atout France/Fabrice Milochau Southern Alps: Mountains with a Provençal Accent Just imagine a region that enjoys over 300 days of sunshine a year! All kinds of leisure activities are available: skiing, hiking, mountaineering, white water rafting and many more. Read more © ANERN Visit the Route Napoleon Napoleon Route connects Golfe-Juan to Grenoble in 300 km. Cultures of Provence Read more © Simon Sévila Portfolio: Provence Through the Eyes of Artists A taste of the lifestyle, ambiance, smiles, and moments in Provence, through the eyes of students at the famous Ecole de l'Image des Gobelins. - Read more © Atout France/Cédéric Helsly Visit the MuCEM in Marseille, the Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilizations Discover the one-of-a-kind Museum of the European and Mediterranean Civilisations (MuCEM). Read more © Mialhe Armand Arnal, Top Chef of the Chassagnette Restaurant in Arles Découvrez Armand Arnal, top Chef of the Chassagnette restaurant in Arles. Vineyards of Provence Read more © R. Cintas Flores Vignobles & Découvertes: Pays d'Aix - Sud Luberon The vineyards cover an area of 44 towns and villages between the Aix Region and the southern Luberon, and wine production includes five AOCs: Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence, Luberon, Palette, Côtes de Provence and Côtes de Provence Sainte-Victoire. Read more © HOCQUEL Alain - Coll. CDT Vaucluse Vignobles & Découvertes: Autour des Dentelles de Montmirail "Autour des Dentelles de Montmirail” destination encompasses seven villages: Beaumes de Venise, Gigondas, Lafare, La Roque Alric, Sablet, Suzette and Vacqueyras. Read more © Château La Coste - Andrew Pattman 2016 Château La Coste, Art and Architecture in Provence The Domaine Vinicole du Château La Coste is a unique mix of contemporary art, architecture, and wine culture. Read more © Domaine des Andéols Garden Restaurants in Provence For all food lovers, Provençal produce and flavors are one-of-a-kind. Tradition and creativity are the core concepts of a sunny local cuisine. In the shade of the greenery, some of these Provençal places are an absolute must.