"Provence is a country to which I am always returning, next week, next year, any day now..."
~ Elizabeth David

Local Amenities


Le Petit Café

Le Petit Café (www.facebook.com/LaPetiteCave), opened in the spring of 2013 under the direction of Michelin recommended chef Andrew Goldsby, provides a place for great food as well as the ambiance to write that book you’ve always meant to write.

A session with wine aficionado Souhil Arabi in the cave will provide the opportunity to learn about the wine of the region, wine/food pairing, or venture out with your enthusiastic and knowledgeable guide to explore some of the local vineyards.

Local Attractions: Paint like the artists of the past and present inspired by the endless blue sky, the fields of poppies, lavender and sunflowers, or the annual spring event of almond and cherry trees bursting forth with blossoms. Hike the Luberon. Explore Roman ruins. Visit various Markets (one every day within an easy drive). Within 90 minutes, driving south, you can be sitting on the beach along the Cote d’Azure. Drive North and you can taste the wines of world famous Châteauneuf-du-Pape.

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The market town of Apt with its bustling Saturday market lies in the valley below The cities Aix-En-Provence and Avignon are both within an hours drive.

For information to explore the region by bike: www.Sun-E-Bike.com or www.campinglevallon.com

For information about a painting workshops in Provence: www.Andrewpetrov.com

For information on a photography workshops in Provence: www.yesishotthat.com

For information how to learn French in Provence: www.franci-discendum.com

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