Provence is where it all begins.
This exceptional land, bathed by the sun: shimmering colors, gourmet scents and special good mood lighting effects
In Provence, only the accent is the same, but from Marseille to the Camargue, the landscapes are so diverse that the products seem to come from different regions and for us, gastronomy is a religion in its own right
There are many opportunities for you during your stay to discover and taste our local products : in country product houses, at fairs and markets...
Ancient Provencal Christmas tradition, the thirteen desserts is one of the most famous in Provence.
Placed on three tablecloths, in the middle of three candles and three cups of wheat from Saint Barbara (symbol of the Trinity), the thirteen desserts represent the number of guests at the Last Supper, a meal bringing together Christ and the twelve Apostles.
Among these thirteen desserts : oil pump that you break with your hands and not with a knife, crisps, walnuts or hazelnuts, almonds, dried figs, raisins, black or white nougat, dates, seasonal fruits such as watermelon, grapes, quince paste, auricles etc...
These desserts will remain on the table for three days and the guests must taste them all!
The thirteen desserts are accompanied by mulled wine in reference to the wine of Christ.