The Festival d’Avignon is an annual festival of arts. It is held every summer in France in the city called Avignon and its stunning old castle by the name of Palais des Papes (which is the main stage), as well as other locations all around the city. Jean Vilar founded this festival at around 1947.
The second part of our article to discover all the great things to do and see in Vaucluse visits some hidden gems as well as the most recognized historical sites and great museums. The wonderful countryside and surrounding areas of Vaucluse have so much to offer to both tourists and local citizens.
Vaucluse is a region in France that many tourists flock to because of the variety of attractions that are there. The old town of Avignon is one of the most famous towns of Vaucluse which sort of defines the history of the region. And the dominant Mont Ventoux looks down upon the rest of the […]
In part one of the cuisine of the Vaucluse we discovered that there were three world famous dishes that came out of Provence, namely: bouillabaisse, salade Nicoise and ratatouille. In this blog we look at the ingredients that make up these dishes and how they are prepared in a typical Provencal way. We start with […]
Vaucluse is renowned in France for being one of the most beautiful areas in the whole of Provence, as it has a wide variety of landscapes from sweeping fields of lavender to craggy peaks. Vineyards that stretch out of view and romantic ancient hilltop villages.
The second part of our blog to discover the wines of the Vaucluse delves deeper into the individual wines themselves. We have already learned about the different levels of Rhone wines and now it is time to highlight some of the best types of wine that the region produces.
The wines produced in the Vaucluse are some of the best-known wines around the world, wines such as Gigondas, Châteauneuf du Pape, Beaumes de Venise, and Vacqueyras are just some of the most famous names from this region that are enjoyed the world over. Vaucluse lies in the heart of the Rhone Valley and produces […]
The second part of our blog to explore things to do and see in the Vaucluse will take us shopping and to try out the wonderful food to be found in the region. The Vaucluse is full of great market towns and villages with outstanding food markets selling the very best of the local produce. […]
Situated in southeast France, the Vaucluse is a region or department bordered by the River Durance in the south and the mighty Rhone to the west. The east of the Vaucluse is mountainous with the Giant of Provence, Mont Ventoux being the most dominant peak. The other mountainous regions of the Vaucluse are Luberon, Dentelles […]
The second part of our blog to see the wide choice of exciting hotels in the Vaucluse area of France looks at even more stunning places that are situated in some of the very best locations in the region. The hotels are chosen for their individual characters and are a far cry from multi-national chain […]