Provence Style : A Vespa Getaway between the Alpilles and the Sainte-Victoire mountain

And if you explored Provence differently? Hop on your Vespa and head for the sunlit roads between the Alpilles and the Mont Sainte-Victoire. Here we go !
By Angélique Jurquet

The sun is shining, the cicadas singing, it's on a Vespa that the brilliant and so quiet roads of Provence take on all their charm. On this mythical scooter, the scenery is breathtaking. There’s nothing like riding alongside the famous vineyards of Provence, known for their generosity and delicious rosé, before a gourmet stop for a picnic.

Back on the road, the olive trees pick up where the vineyards left off and take center-stage ... Maybe you will help harvest this golden fruit.

By late afternoon, after having seen some lavender fields and a piece of the sea on your Vespa, the sun will have a different taste, that of the newly seen.

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