As I mentioned in my last couple of blogs we’ve really enjoyed exploring the area on foot this Winter and […]
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Hunting for Rhinos near Viens
One of the things we love about Provence is its wonderful wildlife and recently we’ve been lucky enough to watch […]
On the trail of a WW2 Wellington Bomber
Back in the Summer we spent some time exploring the pretty village of Simiane-La-Rotonde, a few miles away from us […]
The Legend of Roussillon – a tale of illicit love and a tragic end!
Yesterday morning I cycled up to Roussillon for the weekly market and to sit on the wall enjoying the view […]
Brocantes, Silver & an antique Musket!
Last weekend we decided to potter off to enjoy a couple of Brocante markets and Vide Grenier events being held […]
Treading in ancient footsteps at Les Baux-de-Provence
A few years ago now we headed across to Les Baux-de-Provence with our boys, after having seen the spectacular site […]
Poisson d’Avril – Hook, Line & Sinker!
I really should have taken a better note of the date when I got up at 2.30am today to travel […]
Peeling Paint, Shabby Shutters & Intricate Ironwork – How wonderful
There is something so wonderful about French buildings and all too often we miss seeing them as we hurry past […]
Where to visit & what route to take?
Well the GCSE timetable has arrived and the boys finally have a start date when they will begin their #MoortoWar […]
Incredible views, a Citadelle & Art at Forcalquier
This morning I hopped in the car & headed across to Forcalquier, a short distance from us in the neighbouring […]