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Living in Provence I offer an array of Provence hiking trips in the spring and autumn. 
My Classic Provence trip is a fabulous week of walks and visits in the wild and scenic northern region of Provence (Drôme Vaucluse). Based in 2 hotels, the first a traditional hotel in the medieval village of Mollans-sur-Ouvèze, and the 2nd a wine domaine situated right in the middle of its own vineyards. Each day is different, sometimes taking us through rocky gorges, sometimes to limestone summits, sometimes through olive groves and lavender fields past charming villages. Vultures are often seen soaring overhead, and the early summer flowers are in full bloom. The air is often scented by the tilleul blossoms. We visit Roman ruins, provençal markets and a low-key wine tasting is on offer. The hotel prides itself on its regional specialities and Provençal cuisine, accompanied by an impressive Côtes de Rhône wine list. 
Other Provence trips are
Secret Provence which takes us to the Luberon region, famous as the inspiration for many artists, notable Cézanne and Van Gogh. This trip will be based a one of the regions most beautiful perched villages from where we can do a wide range of hikes, visiting deep canyons, ocre hillsides, ancient forts and of course olive groves and lavender fields. 
Gorgeous Provence is based around the Verdon, known as a haven for climbers and vultures! We'll meet near Nice and explore the hills not far from the Côte d'Azur befor heading inland to be awed by the majesty of the Verdon. 
Hidden Provence This trip takes us a little further north to the Diois region and we'll hike in and around the amazing Foret de Saou, which is a little known outside of France cirque of limetone peaks and valleys, all giving far ranging views. Our base is a unique hotel in the village of Syans and a family run Auberge nestled into the centre of the Baronnies Provençales. 
Take a look at my other website for more information and lots of photos.  

Vulture provenceSome years I also offer a Corsica Spring Safari. It’s not for nothing that Corsica is known in France as L’Ile de Beauté – the beautiful island. Largely made up of stunning red granite mountains, the island is small enough to be explored easily in a week’s holiday, but interesting enough to provide new discoveries for many visits. The coastline is fantastically beautiful, varying from rocky coves to sandy beaches; the interior is mountainous and rugged. In the spring, although the highest peaks of Corsica will still be partly snowy, the lower hills provide perfect walking terrain. Temperature is warm and walker-friendly, the weather sunny and best of all the flowers are out. Corsica is covered to a certain altitude in low growing vegetation, called maquis, which consists of many aromatic plants as well as several varieties of cistus and other brightly coloured flowers. To walk through this in the spring is a fabulous experience. We have 3 bases on this trip so we can fully explore the northern part of the island. Corsican cuisine is also very special and we’ll enjoy good cuisine throughout.