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Bubbly Bonnieux

If you are travelling in Provence, then Bonnieux is certainly worth taking a detour for. The village is extremely attractive as it sprawls down a hillside, and though it has not been developed for tourism like many of the other villages in the region, it is well worth a visit. The village’s main road cuts through the centre of it and effectively disectsBonnieux into two parts. Most of the shops and restaurants sit in the lower part of the village whilst the winding alleys can be found in the upper part as they lead you to the church that stands at the very top of the hill.


Beautiful Beaulieu-sur-Mer

If you want a lovely little holiday you should visit the small resort town which sits on the French Riviera called Beaulieu-sur-Mer. The main attraction of this village for visitors is without question the seaside. We cannot deny that Beaulieu-sur-Mer does not possess the immediate charm of some of the other towns and villages that are close by because it does not have the same kind of history nor cluster of seafood restaurants, but we still recommend that you do pay the village a visit because of its lovely promenade.


Guide To Les Baux-de-Provence

Les Baux-de-Provence is a small village that is located about a 20-minute drive South of Avignon in Provence. The village lies within the Regional National Park of the Alpilles and it is believed to be France’s most visited village. An estimated 2 million people come to visit every year and it should come as no surprise that it is listed as one of the most beautiful villages in France.


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