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ProvenceProvence A-Z Organised from A-Z but far from a conventional work of reference, this is a selection of those aspects of Provence that Peter Mayle has found in his twenty years there to be the most interesting, delicious or downright fun. In more than 200 entries - from ail to Francois Zola - he writes about subjects as diverse as architecture, expatriates, lavender, linguistic oddities, the museum of the corkscrew and a bawdy folklore character named Fanny. And, of course, he writes about food and drink: truffles, olives, bouillabaisse, and the cheese that killed a Roman Emperor. He also features artwork that he has gathered over the years - drawings, advertisements, photos and pieces from tourist brochures. Anything qualifies, as long as it has piqued Mayle's curiosity - hence the inclusion of a recipe for tapenade and a morning spent with a public executioner.

Tour ProvenceProvence and the Cote D'Azur (Lonely Planet Regional Guides S.) Tour Provence. From the golden Riviera to the snow-kissed Alps, this is a practical guide to southern France. Whether you want to dip into the region's cultural treasures and its sky-blue seas, follow in the footsteps of Matisse, or simply eat your way around, this guide will prove indispensable. 42 maps. Food and wine section with recipes from the region's top chefs. Festival listings and how to get tickets for Cannes, Avignon and the Monaco Grand Prix. Accommodation for every budget: camping, chambres d'hote, wine chateaux, century-old mills.

At Home in Provence
At Home in Provence

The Most Beautiful Villages of ProvenceThe Most Beautiful Villages of Provence (The Most Beautiful Villages) Tour Provence. A photographic celebration of the most beautiful villages of Provence, from the mountains of Luberon to the village perchees of the Alpes-Maritimes, their architecture, landscape and people. This book also contains specially compiled listings of hotels, restaurants, festivals and markets.

Landscapes of Western ProvenceLandscapes of Western Provence: And Languedoc-Roussillon (Sunflower Landscapes S.) Tour Provence. A guide to Western Provence and Languedoc-Roussillon, designed for walkers, botanists, or anyone who wants to get off the beaten track. It covers both tours and walks in the area, as well as short walks and picnic suggestions, suitable for hot summer days or for those who have young children. There are colour topographical walking maps and a fold-out touring map, covering the whole of southern France from the Italian border to the Pyrenees.

Provence GuideProvence and Cote D'Azur (Eyewitness Travel Guides) Tour Provence. The entire region of Provence and the Cote d'Azur is covered in this guide, which contains over 800 colour pictures, 3D aerial views, cutaways and town-by-town information. It also includes details of sights, cafe-life, markets, festivals and local food and wine and features on history, architecture, beaches and the flora and fauna.

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