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Antique-Hunting in Provence

Roberto Frankenberg Cotton <em> boutis</em> at La Maison Biehn, known for its Provençal textiles.

Photo: Roberto Frankenberg

Finding hidden treasures in the antique shops and market stalls of Southern France—from L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue to Arles. Read the article

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    La Mirande

    This luxe, 61-room hotel in the heart of Avignon is set in a 700-year-old grand palace—once a cardinal's residence—adjacent to the Palais des Papes

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    Le Café du Village

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    Le Jardin du Quai

    In a century-old house across from the train station in L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, a celebrated riverside town of antiquaires, Le Jardin du Quai is one

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    With so many options in southern France, creating an authentic Provençal experience isn't easy. Wout Bru, an accomplished chef with a golden pedigree, shares his picks of the area's best.

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