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Provence Villa -- Vacation Rental

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There are limitless possibilities to entertain, from the sea to the mountains to the quaint and historic towns and cities of Provence.   Avignon, home of the French Popes, is only a twenty minute trip; Arles, a favorite of Vincent Van Gogh is less than one hour.  For a very informative guide to the area, including a list of restaurants, you can visit the Provence Guide

Click here for our favorite pictures of the area.

A spice table at a local market pleases the eye as well as the nose and palate. wpe4F.jpg (5755 bytes) The Cliffside city of Gordes, "Ville Perche", overlooks a peaceful valley from its lofty perch.
wpe56.jpg (5816 bytes) A Roman Aqueduct at Pont du Gard that once fed water to the city of Nimes —a one hour trip from La Lavande

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The beach at Cassis, outside of Marseille—a ninety minute drive from La Lavande.  Enjoy the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean.
The XVIII century Abbey at Senanque with fields of Lavender in full bloom. A must in June and July wpe50.jpg (4935 bytes) wpe51.jpg (8543 bytes)
Avignon with its ancient city walls, its famous bridge and the papal palaces dating to 1305, is a jewel to behold, and less than 20 km from La Lavande.

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wpe54.jpg (4582 bytes) The picturesque fishing village of Sete, on the Mediterranean, 90 minutes from La Lavande

A waterfall in the Dentelles de Montmirail, a half hour journey from La Lavande


The Roman Arena in Arles, a favorite haunt of Vincent Van Gogh. Be sure to see the yellow café depicted in Van Gogh’s Café de la Nuit.

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Last modified: May 2010