shopping "Salon Vivre Côté Sud"

Shopping in the footsteps of bloggers

A l'occasion des 20 ans du salon Vivre Côté Sud à Aix-en-Provence, Myprovence a sélectionnée pour vous des adresses d’artisans, créateurs, décorateurs, producteurs et de restaurateurs présents sur le salon et installés à Aix-en-Provence. Avec ce circuit shopping spécial « Salon Vivre Côté Sud », faites votre shopping déco toute l’année !

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Ambiances et Matières

Ambiances et Matières 2 rue Paul Bert 13100 Aix en Provence

Ambiances et Matières shop is dedicated to the world of decoration and gift. Here you will find furniture, linens, curtains, crockery, and outdoor furniture.

L'oiseau bleu

L'oiseau bleu 20 rue Granet 13100 Aix en Provence

Envolez vous dans l'univers onirique de Magali. Six marques de prêt-à-porter, un grand choix d'accessoires, pour la plupart des pièces uniques, de nombreux créateurs de la région, le tout dans une ambiance brocante où même la décoration peut être chinée. L'Oiseau Bleu c'est aussi un…

Melville

Melville 19 rue Paul Bert 13100 Aix en Provence

Melville est une boutique design située au coeur de la Provence qui s'adresse aux particuliers et aux professionnels. Melville propose une offre s'articulant autour de quatre univers : - Les icônes : style néoclassique inspireé par les designers des anneées 40 et 50 - La jeune création :…

Mickaël Féval

Mickaël Féval 11 rue Saint jean 13100 Aix en Provence

Nouveau décor "très chic" pour nouveau départ : formé aux plus grandes maisons françaises (Loiseau, Oger, Plaza Athénée...), Mickaël Féval, 40 ans, a repris l'ancien repaire gourmand du chef étoilé Pierre Reboul, parti pour d'autres aventures. Le chef a vite trouvé ses marques : son…

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Poterie Buffile

Atelier Buffile 2 bis traverse De l'Aigle d'Or 13100 Aix en Provence

Buffile Pottery – decorative ceramics – replicas of objects from Cézanne's Studio, for sale on site.

  • Theme

    Shopping in the footsteps of bloggers

  • Duration

    1 day

  • Transport means

    On foot

  • Visited cities

    Aix en Provence

  • Ideal for

    All year round

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3 trips in 1, marseille, provence, camargue

Before or after your cruise, make the most of your departure from (or arrival into) Marseille to explore the region over a couple of days. Marseille will show you its many faces, its sea, its ancient heritage and its new museums like the MuCEM. Aix-en-Provence, Aubagne and Les Baux-de-Provence will introduce you to the heart and soul of Provence though its old stone houses, vineyards and olive groves. Last but by no means least, Arles and Camargue will whisk you to a dramatic change of scenery just a few kilometres from Marseille's cruise terminal. Marseille, Provence and Camargue, the promise of three trips in one!

Marseille, cultural city break – city centre

Since 2013, Marseille has focused its attention on promoting culture. One of the key cultural spots in the city is the Old Port with a rich mix of museums and other cultural attractions. Start at Fort Saint-Jean and onwards from there to the MuCEM. Then walk past the Villa Méditerranée to get to the Regards de Provence museum set in a former maritime health clinic. Opposite take a few moments to contemplate Marseille Cathedral. After lunch in the Joliette quarter, in the throes of redevelopment, the Vieille Charité cultural complex makes a fascinating visit. Your tour of Marseille concludes at the Friche Belle de Mai, a forum of culture and interaction. An ideal tour for a day in the city.

Alpilles on the wine route

If you're visiting the Alpilles, then take advantage of the opportunity to travel the Provençal wine route. Go out to meet passionate winegrowers and their exceptional, often organic, wines. You'll get to try artisanal jams in Maussane before venturing onwards to Mas de Gourgonnier in the Baux-de-Provence appellation. Next, head to Domaine de Vallongue and its broken stones (IGP Alpilles). Le Lézard Gourmand will make a refreshing change for lunch before an afternoon spent at Domaine Valdition with its gourmet on-site shop.

Inspirations

La pétanque

La pétanque

This sport (yes, Pétanque is a sport, but we'll talk about that later) is an intrinsic part of life in Marseille and has been from generation to generation!

Every quarter has its own boules court and/or boules association, including, of course, a watering hole...

The Olive

The Olive

Terroir

Olive oil, olive soap and olives with herbs… A fruit you can't do without!

Garlic

Garlic

It all starts with a crushed clove...

Provencal cuisine simply wouldn't exist without garlic

Quince

Quince

A story that will make you turn to jelly...

As yellow as sunshine and as warm as a winter fireplace... The quince isn't very pretty, but the people of Provence love it. You could even say that a passion has been born between this irregular-shaped fruit, somewhat resembling a dented, rustic pear and our lovers of jams, jellies and pastes.