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Get Ghostly at New York Habitat’s 4 Haunted Destinations

Get Ghostly at New York Habitat’s 4 Haunted Destinations

This fall, you may catch a chill as the temperatures drop… or maybe the chill you’re catching is from something a bit more supernatural. No…

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Vegetarian Shopping and Eating in the South of France

Vegetarian Shopping and Eating in the South of France

Being a vegetarian requires extra effort, but it’s more of a challenge in the South of France. The vegetarian lifestyle has made its way to…

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Top 5 Perfumeries in the South of France

Top 5 Perfumeries in the South of France

While many ancient societies used perfumes, it was the French that made them luxury items. Known as “the perfume capital of the world,” the town…

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Top 5 Markets to Visit in Provence

Top 5 Markets to Visit in Provence

The Provencal region has beautiful beaches, beautiful residents, and a beautiful artistic legacy. It also happens to be the home of some of the country’s…

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Provence’s Food Culture and Famous Southern French Cuisine

Provence’s Food Culture and Famous Southern French Cuisine

French cuisine has become famous throughout the world, and you can find French restaurants pretty much on every continent nowadays. However, nothing beats the diversity…

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Experience Carmargue with local flora, fauna and gypsies

Experience Carmargue with local flora, fauna and gypsies

Do you want to enjoy some of the most authentic pleasures of the South of France and none of the hassles? Then pack quickly and…

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Start the New Year with a breathtaking 4-day hike on the Blue Coast

Start the New Year with a breathtaking 4-day hike on the Blue Coast

Every year the same challenge stubbornly comes up: Looking for a way to start the New Year that will be different from the previous year…

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Notre Dame de la Garde will take you to Marseille’s highest ground

Notre Dame de la Garde will take you to Marseille’s highest ground

There are many reasons to visit Marseille, France’s second largest city after Paris, and its famous basilica Notre-Dame de la Garde never fails to appear…

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Take a vacation on the wild side in Camargue

Take a vacation on the wild side in Camargue

Far from the crowded beaches of the Riviera or the sizzling heat of the Provence countryside, Camargue offers its vast expanse of marshy plain, rice…

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Experiencing Provence the imperial way on the Route Napoléon

Experiencing Provence the imperial way on the Route Napoléon

The coastal road between Cannes and Antibes on the French Riviera may be world-famous for its timeless beauty, but all French history buffs are also…

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