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AUTHOR’S NOTEI visited Provence at Easter 1990 and realised what an exquisitely beautiful part of France it is. The tiny villages perched upon craggy cliffs, the gaily coloured harbours with their fishing boats, the fantastic gorges with their thousand foot drops on either side in the cascading water left me breathless. I was also thrilled with the legends that are part of every town and village and are part of the ancient little Abbeys half hidden amidst trees and the magnificent Palaces once inhabited by Popes. There is a mystery about Provence that is difficult to put into words, but it remains with one long after one has left France and makes sure that, having once visited this fascinating and very different Province one is compelled to return.
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