Green hills, vineyards and lavender fields: take a few minutes out of your day to admire the incomparable beauty of Provence, in the south of France

With the concerns of the current moment that the world faces and the flood of information – sometimes not optimistic – received at every moment, it is difficult to find a moment of peace. However, it is worth stopping and taking a breath. Instead of just imagining a calm, beautiful and serene place, how about “transporting” yourself there through beautiful photos?

A journey in photos and sensations through Provence

If there's one place in the world where the sun shines 300 days a year, it's the Provence, in the south of France. In addition to the constant colorful days, it's hard not to fall in love with the scenery found in this beautiful and Romanesque French region. There are hills, valleys, sunflower fields and charming medieval towns to visit – many of them with castles worthy of a movie.

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Photo: Pixabay

Photo: Pixabay

And, of course, there they are, the protagonists of the place: the incredible lavender fields. With their lilac tones, they reveal the famous landscapes that stamp postcards along the way. From the beautiful flowers, an essential oil is extracted, used in the composition of beauty and wellness products.

The Provencal flavors also enchant. It is possible to taste from french wines, where the rosés stand out, to the delicious oils, fish and fresh products, such as vegetables and fruits. The famous truffles also gain space in the composition of light, delicate, healthy and extremely tasty dishes.

Photo: Pixabay

Photo: Pixabay

Thus, it is easy to understand why this beautiful little piece of the world has inspired so many masters of the arts with its beauty, such as Van Gogh, Cézanne, Matisse, Picasso, among others. In addition, the Provence sets were also present in good movies that make us travel, such as “A Good Year” starring Russell Crowe.

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Photo: Unsplash

photos provence

Photo: Unsplash

Everything in Provence seems to inspire better days, which are sure to come soon. In the meantime, it is up to us to appreciate, even from afar, one of the most charming places in the world.

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