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The Arts Invade Aix-en-Provence

Few places are as evocative as Provence in the summer and among its many festivals, two claim special distinction: Festival d’Aix-en-Provence and Les Rencontres d’Arles...

The Arts Invade Aix-en-Provence

Few places are as evocative as Provence in the summer and among its many festivals, two claim special distinction: Festival d’Aix-en-Provence and Les Rencontres d’Arles...

Five Great River Cruises

These river cruise itineraries offer something for every kind of traveler.

New Wave in Paris Restaurants

Young French chefs in Paris restaurants and beyond are reexamining the legacy of haute cuisine.

Great Bistros of Provence

Nothing compares to a languid lunch or a multicourse dinner in the French countryside. From Arles to Apt, Linda Dannenberg dishes up some of the...

Antiques-Hunting in Provence

Sure the South of France has loads of hidden treasures, but where do you find them?Read on for an authoritative guide, from east to west.

Toujours Provence

Scattered discreetly throughout the south of France, in meadows and town squares, is a clutch of intimate maisons d'hôte—delightful alternatives to the big-hotel experience. Christopher...

Finding Pottery in Provence

On a mission to find the best pottery in the south of France, writer Alan Brown and illustrator Christopher Corr set their sights on Provence,...

A Cooking Tour in Provence

What could be better than six days spent touring the French countryside—tasting and learning as you go?Linda Dannenberg dices, braises, and drinks her way through...

Gypsy Roulotte-Chic in Provence

As the global yurt craze wanes—you mean you hadn't heard?—refurbished Gypsy roulottes have become France's trendy accommodation. Christopher Petkanas joins the caravan
RESTAURANTS

La Charcuterie

Located on a narrow street opening onto the Place du Forum in the heart of old Arles, this former charcuterie dates from 1942. The tiny space is now a winsome bistro with a modest décor of red... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Les Indiennes de Nîmes

The shop stocks the indestructible moleskin riding pants worn by cowboys in the Camargue region of Provence owe their erotic cachet not just to the thigh- girding cut but to a graphic pencil line of... more ›


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