‘The beauty of Provence countryside’

There is no better feeling than driving through the unknown, especially when the scenery is flawless. Lush grapes hung in perfect rows as we wiggled through the road to the horizon of green hills. We drove through the Vaucluse region, where we stopped through several tiny villages near by. We were surrounded with acres of vine yards and beautiful stone houses and stopped for lunch in the wine region of Gigondas at Les Florets. The hidden restaurant overlooks pure hills of dense forest, where we enjoyed a typical French lunch with rich foie gras, seabass and lots of aged cheese for dessert. With ours stomachs satisfied after a slow lunch we let the Provence relaxed way of life guide us through the day. This led us straight to a cute little rosé bar where all the locals spent another warm afternoon…

A fashion & interior lover who enjoys cooking and traveling. I have a nordic way of thinking, where I believe in the beauty of simplicity.

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