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Valensole – Lavender in Provence from May to August

[ngg_images gallery_ids="115" display_type="photocrati-nextgen_basic_thumbnails" gallery_width="600" gallery_height="400"] The Valensole Plateau A mild winter and a dry and hot summer (with more than 300 days of sunshine per year!), the commune of Valensole is the ideal place to enjoy a nearby sunny mountain and lakes with emerald green surroundings and many water sports. The landscapes, the smells, the colours, and a rich heritage make Valensole and its plateau a real holiday destination from March to October. The diversity of the landscapes also allows the practice of many sports all year round! Its 800 km2 plateau is mainly devoted to the cultivation of lavender and cereals. It has different aspects depending on the season: the snow-covered peaks of the Alps and the almond trees in bloom in March give way in July to multiple blues of lavender alternating with the gold of wheat. In November, the ochre of the ploughed land contrasts with the purity of the winter...
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Carnaval à la provençale, Martigues en Provence
Martigues est une ville fleurie aux abords de la Camargue, posée sur l'eau au bord de l'étang de Berre reliée à la mer par un chenal. Le charme de ses canaux, de ses îles aux façades colorées et de ses ponts ont donné à Martigues le surnom de Venise provençale... Prenez le temps de flâner le long des quais,  dans le quartier des pêcheurs autour du canal Saint-Sébastien. On appelle ce quartier le miroir aux oiseaux, les maisons colorées blotties au bord de l'eau sont les anciennes maisons des pêcheurs du 17° siècle. Elles ont inspiré de nombreux peintres  Duffy  ou  Ziem , le quartier a été rendu célèbre également par le tournage du film La cuisine au beurre avec Bourvil et Fernandel. Vous apprécierez la belle plage naturelle de La Couronne et serez séduit par le petit port très typique de   Carro ( nous vous suggérons de déjeuner  au DECA  pour une  cuisine fraiche...
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 Discover the doors of Estaque in Sausset-les-Pins, this part of the Mediterranean, the Blue Coast is composed of several small fishing ports and protected bathing sites (Carry-le-Rouet, Carro, La Couronne, creeks Niolon of La Redonne and Gignac) about twenty kilometers. It offers landscapes of scented pine forests, herbs of Provence, cliffs and the deep blue sea. Carro is a fishing village, frequently visited mainly by locals, the Blue Coast is a small hidden paradise west of Marseille, which is comparable to its neighbouring blue so you can breathe in the nature and Provence. Open seasonally and available for fishing. Carro a lovely little fishing port still operating close to Martigues. Its fish market, popular in the region, is a feast for the eyes and taste buds. The beach of Carro, located near the port, is half sand half pebble, not very big but enough to accommodate families and...
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Richerenches From mid-November to mid-march the most important truffle market in Europe takes place in Richerenches every Saturday morning, from mid-November to late march in the course of the mistral (professional market) and l'Avenue de Rabasse (retail market). This market, which runs from mid-November to mid-march, sees sales every week of more than 700 kilos of black truffles which are the largest in Europe. Richerenches represents over 50% of contributions made on key southeast markets and 30% of national truffle production. The tastings of truffle omelettes are organized by associations of the village. Menu at 21 €: aperitif, truffle omelette, salad, cheese, dessert, coffee and wine are all included. Glass of Screen printings is offered to toast the tasting of the truffles from December to march, every Saturday morning available on reservation The wine also has an important place: Area tasting...
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Collobrieres – Var

In the heart of the Maures Forest which it is the capital of Collobrières, famous for its chestnuts and cork oaks. The village of Collobrières is considered the "capital of the chestnut." A factory of candied chestnuts has been established there for several decades.  The Chestnut Festival is celebrated on the last three Sundays of October of each year and offers its visitors craft markets, and walking races and events of all kinds. Collobrières was founded in the XII th century and has a stone bridge from that time (the Old Bridge) and a church currently undergoing renovation (the Saint-Pons Church). This quiet and peaceful village is away from the bustle of the coast group houses with a Gothic church from the XIX century. The river Real Collobrier, goes through the village, which is overhung by old picturesque houses, and is spanned by an old bridge. The Town Hall Square is charming and shaded with a beautiful old fountain. Collobrières is an ideal...
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Between sea and mountain, Paillons, the town is home to the medieval village of Lucéram and the mountain resort of Peïra Cava. The old village of Lucéram is renowned for its historical and cultural heritage: religious art, architecture, museums and nativity circuit. The olive tree, always cultivated, has a special place in the landscape and in the lives of men. The circuit nurseries The Country House and Upper Lucéram Paillon, has been organizing since Christmas 1998 in collaboration with associations and residents of the commune, a "circuit nurseries" in the village. The tradition is now anchored. More than 450 nativity scenes From the smallest in half hazelnut, to the great measuring 10 meters long, more than 450 cribs are exhibited in the streets, basements, on fountains, in doorways, to the Church, to turn to chapels, the bread oven, the Museum of the Crib, the Museum of Old Tools, the Country House / Tourist Office, at the Placette, in shops,...
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