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La Table de Pol – wine bar and restaurant in Lorgues

Quality of ingredients, good service, and a relaxed atmosphere is what you can expect here at the wonderful La Table de Pol in Lorgues.  It’s a little escape, like something we’d find nearer to the coast here or on a beach.  Lots of stretching room, super comfy tables and chairs, benches with cushions for your aperitifs, and a cozy wine bar indoors for a more romantic feel; perfect for couples. Continue reading La Table de Pol – wine bar and restaurant in Lorgues

Bauduen beach fun

From Cotignac, this place is just a 35 mins drive away. It’s Lac St Croix at its best – the beach pier at Bauduen (just at the village entrance) has great pedalos and paddle boards for rent at 17 and 8 euros per hour. When there is no wind and the lake is smooth, this equipment is truly fun to rent and it’s fun for the whole family! There are little nooks and pretty places to paddle to, swimming is also great here, and there’s never a lack of sunshine in Provence, so it’s ideal for the summer.  Try Café du Midi (just into the village, on your right on a terrace up the stairs passed the post office) for a great lunch (I had their veal with ceppe mushroom sauce, it was divine) just bring cash or a French bank cheque as they do not accept credit cards. But they do have the most amazing tasting ice cream ever!! – 🙂 Susana

SNEAK PEAK at Cotignac’s NEW HOTEL

Hostellerie Cotignac is due to open its doors to the public mid-June. Hotel rooms will go from 150 (for the standard rooms) to 190 euros (for the suite) per night. There will be a restaurant (where menus/formulas will start at 29 euros for entrée, main, and dessert), a breakfast room, large lounge, and bar area as well as an outdoor garden for enjoying the beautiful weather. Continue reading SNEAK PEAK at Cotignac’s NEW HOTEL