Provence Nature Bursts with Color and Fragrance, France

Provence Nature Bursts with Color and Fragrance, France

Provence, France. The versatile nature in the region makes it one of the most desirable destinations in the country. From snowy Alpine peaks to romantic beaches – it seems that you can find it all in relatively small Provence. Moreover, three out of six National Parks are established here. Small, beautiful villages are found along the Rhône river and famous Verdon Gorge is also part of the region.

Probably the most prominent feature of Provence is the fragrant lavender fields. However, that is just the tip of the iceberg: due to the geographic features, Provence has many indigenous plants. Among them – picturesque fields of poppies, sage, rosemary, Kermes oak and other plants, characteristic to the Mediterranean region. All these unique scents and tastes influence the world-famous local cuisine, making it a great spot to visit.

Why to go there?

Great landscapes, various activities, delicious cuisine.

When to go there?

The climate is mild all year round and because of the changeable elevation, the weather is versatile all the time.

How to get there?

Get to and around Provence by car, bus or train. The nearest airports are in Marseille and Nice.

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Lead photo by Sébastien Blond

Provence-Photo by Pavel Bergr

Photo by Pavel Bergr

Provence-Photo by Marco Viscuso2

Photo by Marco Viscuso

Provence-Photo by Sebestian Soh

Photo by Sebestian Soh

Provence-Photo by Marco Viscuso

Photo by Marco Viscuso

Provence-Photo by David Gross

Photo by David Gross

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