- Address: Provence, France, Chamonix
- Tags: Family And Kids, Neighborhoods
From the Southern Alps to Mediterranean seaside, Camargue plains to pine forests, rolling vineyards to vast lavender fields –Provence is blessed with a diverse landscape, rich culture, and history. The Rhône, Durance, Verdon and the Var River gives birth to a number of picturesque gorges and especially the limestone gorge of “Grand Canyon of Verdon”. The Camargue has an abundance of marshlands and brine lagoons attracting around 400 species of birds. The Mercantour National Park, Alpilles region, Mountain of the Moor, the Calanques, Cosquer Cave and many other exquisite landscapes will keep you engaged. Aromatic lime-tolerant shrubs such as sage, rosemary, wild thyme are abundant in the Garrigue while the juniper, holm oaks and Kermes Oak stand as sentinels. Tasting the roughet, sardines, rockfish, sea urchins, and an octopus is a must. Aïoli, Bouillabaisse, Fougasse, Socca, Thirteen desserts, Tapenade are some of the specials of Provence. Don’t forget to taste the world famous Provence Wine.
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Hotels like HÃÃÃ‚ƒÂ´tel De L'arve, Le Faucigny - Hotel De Charme and Le GÃÃÃ‚ƒÂ©nÃÃÃ‚ƒÂ©py - Appart'hÃÃÃ‚ƒÂ´tel De Charme will solve your problem of where to stay in Chamonix.
How to Reach Provence
- Rented Car / Taxi
0.65% of people who visit Chamonix include Provence in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
95% of people start their Provence visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Provence
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Provence