What is Provence? Officially, there is no French department or administative region with that name. Yet when you hear the word, you think of oleanders, olives, and lavender. You think of a slower of pace of life, a Sunday lunch under the shade of plane trees, a café crème at a sidewalk café, or a long walk through a forest of oak and chestnut trees. You may even think of a village clinging to the side of a mountain, a church tower with a wrought-iron campanile where the mistral finds little obstruction, or a narrow cobble-stoned street. And, finally, when you're marvelling at the rocky inlets of the Mediterranean sea, or relaxing on the beach of Pampelonne, near Saint-Tropez, you can also say: "I'm in Provence!"
Houses near Grillon, Valreas, Vaucluse, Provence
Converted Early 19th Century Farm Complex with Garden and Large Pool
Central Village Location, Amongst Vineyards with Beautiful Surrounding Countryside
Two x 4 Bedroom Houses