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Recent Provence reviews

  • Un très bel endroit très bien situé

    "L'idée de l'endroit et de l'appartement que nous nous faisions correspondaient bien aux photos. Nous avons été accueilli par Dimitri, le fils de la famille qui nous a rapidement mis à l'aise en nous installant sur la terrasse avec un verre. Une terrasse avec vue imprenable qui surplombe la Ciotat. Nous avions initialement réservé à la Ciotat pour revisiter les calanques de Cassis mais grâce aux bons conseils de Dominique (la propriétaire), nous avons été agréablement surpris de découvrir le sentier des douaniers de Saint Cyr/Bandol à proximité de la Ciotat , les magnifiques calanques de Figuerolles, le port très sympa de la Ciotat. Une expérience qui nous a fait revoir l'idée que nous nous faisions de la Ciotat que nous n'avions vu jusqu'à présent que de loin et qui se résumait dans notre esprit à un chantier naval :-)"
    Guest: Jean-François P. Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 27, 2015
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  • Lavender Days

    "Our party consisted of 3 couples who "bought into" one person's bucket list item of seeing the Lavender bloom in Provence. We chose to stay at this home in Sablet because it was fairly central to the lavender fields, in a small village with cobblestone streets, stores for what we needed, the house had 3 bedrooms and 3 baths and the owner is a "foodie" which meant that his kitchen would no doubt be wonderful. We were not disappointed in any way! Not only was the kitchen a dream but the whole house felt like the owners had thought of everything visiting guests would need. We were met by the folks who maintain the home; received a great, warm welcome; an orientation to the facility and good information about the town. One of our favorite places was the patio which has a retractable awning. You could sit outside any time of day and be comfortable. Built into the patio wall was an herb garden which we tended with loving care and used some of its bounty. The owners were great to work with and very prompt in responding to our questions."
    Guest: Jim&Nancy Donatelli Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: August 18, 2014
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Aix en Provence Area Travel Tips

Artful and Fantastic Aix-en-Provence Rentals

The region of Provence, France is famous not only for its fabulous foods and quintessential “French” atmosphere; it is also the location of Aix-en-Provence, a small city toward the south. The city was home to artist Cezanne, and it is where you will find the TGV (high speed train) which brings many visitors to their Aix-en-Provence rentals. Provence travel would not be the same without a stay in Aix.

Luxury Is Mandatory at Your Aix-en-Provence Accommodation

Because the city has always been a rich and opulent one, any Aix-en-Provence accommodation you select is bound to be luxurious and beautiful. Be prepared to spend a bit of money on Aix-en-Provence rentals. However, the price is well worth it as the city is both quiet and clean with the charm of a small French town that allows for plenty of nice, long walks. In fact, the city center consists of mostly very old buildings along narrow streets.

Provence Travel Means Exploring Everywhere

You will want to leave your Aix-en-Provence accommodation to explore the city on foot. As you go up and down the narrow, winding streets, you will catch a glimpse of the wonderful fountains for which Aix-en-Provence is famous. Be sure not to miss the Cours Mirabeau on the main avenue. Other fountains draw their water from hot springs nearby. Additionally, during your Provence travel, you will want to take note of the impressive architecture throughout Aix which boasts intricate and detailed doors, bell towers, and wrought iron.

You Will Eat Well When Staying in Aix-en-Provence Rentals

Provence Travel does not mean that you will just be walking around Aix-en-Provence and eating French food which probably is not such a bad idea! Any Aix-en-Provence accommodation is situated quite close to the many billiards, pubs, restaurants, and cafes in and around town. If you would like to leave the city for a bit, catch the bus to St. Victoire to climb a mountain, have a picnic, and view the old monastery. Though you can stay at the monastery at night, you may want to return to your luxurious Aix-en-Provence rentals anyway!

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