PRovence: best things to see during your holidays
If you look at a map of Provence, it offers a splendid diversity of countryside, laced with a vast network of Provence hiking trails and quiet country roads for a cycling holiday in France. That makes Provence a paradise...Read more
It’s hard to complain when your day’s work includes six hours of biking through the vineyards, on a glorious day. I was out scouting a new route for a self-guided biking holiday we’re running for one of our partners, through half a zillion wine-making...Read more
Last week I walked from the village of Fontaine de Vaucluse to Gordes, updating our famed Roadbooks. This particular hike is used on several self-guided holidays we operate in the Luberon mountains, generally the first one.
I had to get an early start...Read more
Last Monday I tested my legs for the first time this season on Mont Ventoux: a small window of acceptable weather in an otherwise cold, windy, and rainy month of April. My new 11-32 gearing proved very useful for the final few kilometers, as fatigue was setting in....Read more
Yesterday I hiked the Nesque Gorge, doing some scouting before I lead a guided tour in a few weeks’ time. I had cycled the Nesque at least a dozen times but hadn't hiked to the base of the gorge in over ten years. A steep and rocky path -- somewhat hidden from view -- begins at the...Read more
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