Embark on a journey through the heart of Provence, where the air is scented with the fragrance of lavender and the sun-kissed vineyards stretch as far as the eye can see.


Explore the beautiful wineries that scatter the countryside in our seasonal Camelia print and indulge in tastings of delicate rosé, crafted with the same care and passion as our romantic floral design.

Whether you're sipping wine amidst vine-covered hills, savouring cheese under the Mediterranean sun, or simply soaking in the countryside, the South of France offers an unforgettable experience that will linger in your heart long after you've departed.


Our guide to Provence

Places To Eat

During the day L'Orangerie offers an outdoor lunch with a spectacular view of the valley covered with fields of olive trees, interspersed with dry stone walls. In the evening enjoy a romantic dinner under the stars of the Provençal sky.
Take a wine tour at Domaine De Marie. Lined with cypresses, century old-olive trees and lavender. The Domaine welcomes you all year round in its 18th century cellar for wine tourism activities, and wine tours.

Founded in 1954, the Maison Weibel tearoom is located in the heart of the old town. From Monday to Sunday enjoy sublime breakfasts, lunches and snacks at Provence's most iconic Patisserie.  

Where to go

Gordes is one of the most beautiful villages in France. Adorned with lavender fields, tight alleyways and arcades, Gordes is a pleasure to explore from within.

Enjoy the turquoise water of the charming Cassis seaside.  With its Aleppo pines balanced on the rock and its small sandy beach, it offers an idyllic setting for a swim.

From seasonal local produce, to the best cheeses in the region the markets at Saint-Rémy-de-Provence is perhaps at the very top of the list of those not to miss.  The market begins early in the morning until after lunchtime.

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