shopping "Salon Vivre Côté Sud"
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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 !
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.
20 Rue Granet 13100 Aix-en-Provence
L'oiseau bleu est aussi un vide dressing où l'on peut vendre les vêtements que l'on ne porte plus et venir chiner de jolis vêtements de marque d'occasion à prix sympa !
Melville 19 Rue Paul Bert 13100 Aix-en-Provence
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 : eco-design privilegiant les matières naturelles- Le design brut : très contemporain ➜ Indoor/outdoor : vif et…
11 Rue Saint jean 13100 Aix-en-Provence
A "very chic" new design for a new start: trained with the greatest French houses (Loiseau, Oger, Plaza Athénée ...), Mickaël Féval took over the former gourmet den of the starred chef Pierre Reboul, left for other adventures. The chef quickly found his marks: his wife Olivia ensures a…
2bis Traverse De l'Aigle d'Or 13100 Aix-en-Provence
The Atelier Buffile was founded in Aix-en-Provence in 1945. We are continuing the regional tradition of faience-making. For three generations, creative work for galleries or architecture have always been accompanied by a tradition in tableware that has continued down the years with pure designs…
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La Ciotat by Les Marseillaises
With its rocky creeks, the revival of its town centre and its maritime history, La Ciotat is a destination that combines the art of living, a natural landscape and new locations that are overflowing with history. In the town that has can be considered the birthplace of cinema and pétanque, you are sure to find some very good reasons for visiting! We are talking about La Ciotat, this typical Mediterranean town with magnificent beaches and creeks, where the noise of the shipbuilding yards ceased to exist a few years ago. Today, there is not only the coastal scenery to enjoy there is also the renovation of the ancient district of La Ciotat – or the "Coeur de ville" (the heart of the town) as it is lovingly known by the locals. We suggest visiting some of the new shops as well as some of the beaches and creeks.
Pays salonais and its chateaux, heritage and wine
Pays Salonais makes a great family day out with plenty of fun and original things to do. After a deliciously simple lunch prepared by the chef at the Table du Roy, follow the road to the ruins of a village destroyed by an earthquake at the turn of the 20th century. In the afternoon, why not head to the zoo? It's the biggest one in the region and runs a programme to protect endangered species. Then make you way to the Marius Fabre Museum to learn all about how genuine Marseille soap is made.
La Montagnette and its monuments
La Montagnette is a low-altitude mountain in Bouches-du-Rhône set against dry and rugged terrain. It is replete with architectural gems to visit. Start the morning with a visit to the cryptoporticus in Arles. In Tarascon, take a tour of Saint Michel du Frigolet Abbey and Château du Roi René. Next head to Le Garde-Manger for lunch before venturing off to see Daudet's mills. When you reach Fontvielle, you can't miss Château Montauban and the Roman aqueduct. Finish on a high note at Montmajour Abbey.
Celebrated at Candlemas, this traditional Provencal biscuit is also a popular sweet treat all year round
Drawing its inspiration from the city's sulphurous reputation since the early 20th century, this literary movement is a spinoff from the 'Roman Noir' crime novel
A gourmet treat…
Provence has been famed for its candied fruit from time immemorial. In the early 16th century, the region was fairly impoverished. Fruit grew here in abundance, but much of it was lost every year.
Francis lived happily close beside his tree...
Picked ripe from the tree, figs are simply to die for. They can also be scattered on trays and left to dry in the sun for 3 days: "That's the best way to keep your figs all winter – we serve figs at Christmas as one of Provence's famous 13 Desserts," smiles Jacqueline Honoré.