Provence

Murs village, Provence, France

When you live in Provence (South-Easten corner of France) you do tend to enjoy going at a slower pace. It’s because you want to fully take in the heat, its winds clearing the dazzling white clouds from its deep blue sky, the sound of cicadas lulling you to rest, the perfume of lavender, and the unique taste of its many fruits (cherries, melons, grapes …) One of the best ways to do so is doing walking tours of villages or going hiking around them.

Every week I share a walking tour with you on my blog and via my YouTube channel. I’m a French native who’s been living in Provence for 20 years.

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Walking tour of Beaumes de Venise, village in Provence France

Beaumes de Venise offers a nice walk through a typical Provence village, but also gives some unexpected sights: troglodyte houses, multi-centennial olive trees, conservatory orchards, a chapel, its hermitage and its unfailing water source (for more than 500 years now!) Beaumes de Venise is a typical Provence village: you’ll find a church, few fountains, a …

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