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lavande - Montclus
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Provence Occitane

Miels de Provence, an identity

Whether amber or red, the variety of honey on the market stalls says a lot about the land from which they are produced. A sun-drenched land where emblematic flora flourishes, this region is renowned for its lavender, rosemary, and acacia honey aromatic quality.

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Miel de Provence

Côtes du Rhône Gardoises, a sensory journey

Famous for its crus and village appellations, the vineyards on the right bank of the Rhône offer a wide range of experiences.  To discover the typical red wines of Lirac, the freshness of the white wines of Laudun or the famous rosé of Tavel, visit the Espace Rabelais in Bagnols-sur-Cèze.

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VINS-COTES-DU-RHONE-GARDOISES

Cèze Valley, nature and sensation

The discreet Cèze valley reveals all its charms to nature-loving hikers. On foot, on horseback or by mountain bike through oak forests, arbutus and garrigues, or by canoe or kayak along the waters, the discovery is full of surprises. Don't miss the Cascades du Sautadet and the Concluses de Lussan!

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Cascades du Sautadet

Four of the most beautiful villages in France

Provence Occitane can be proud that 3 out of 4 villages in the Gard are classified among the Most Beautiful Villages in France. Aiguèze, Montclus and La Roque-sur-Cèze are situated on the banks of the Cèze or the Ardèche, inviting visitors to stroll through the picturesque maze of their streets.

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Aiguèze

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