Today we embark on a journey to the top of Mont Ventoux.  Mt. Ventoux is a landmark in the Vaucluse region of Provence.  You will see it from most of our destinations as it rises to 6,273 ft. Luckily we will ascend in a car, not by cycle.  It is associated with very st...

The Luberon region is an area (230 square miles large) composed of 3 mountain ranges, the Lesser, Greater and Eastern Luberon.  The valleys to the north and south contain a number of towns and villages and agricultural land.

These villages have been a favorite destinati...

Saint Rémy de Provence

This elegant and charming town is one of the oldest in France.  After the destruction of the Roman city of Glanum, St. Rémy redeveloped in its current location.  One can see architectural heritage from the middle ages to contemporary times, and du...

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3 Easy Steps so you don't miss this iconic event!

1.  Visit at the right time of the year.  Mid June through mid July is the peak of the flowering in the department called the Vaucluse.  (This includes all of those picture perfect towns in the Luberon like Gordes, Rouss...

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