Provence begins where the Côte d’Azur meets Côtes de Provence vineyard country and ends at the border with the Languedoc-Roussillon region of France.
Provence for many, is quintessential France. The very word Provence conjures up images of vineyards, fields of lavender and olive groves, charming stone houses with cornflower blue shutters, sleepy sunbaked
villages, dramatic landscapes and flavorsome local produce.
Provence has always been a sort of Mecca for photographers thanks to the unique, golden sunlight. This stunning light is illustrated by the work of Cezanne, Monet and van Gogh.
With Nice airport at around 2 hours’ drive from the most sought-after locations in Provence, and Marseille airport at under an hour, Provence offers convenient access. Guests wishing to take a detour via the capital can even take a high-speed train from central Paris to Provence in 3 hours.
Provence as a wedding destination has a surprisingly large number of luxury hotels offering extremely high-quality accommodation, facilities and gastronomy. Many locations offer the ultimate in privacy and seclusion.