Provençal Cuisine and Flavours of Haute-Provence
Aubergine caviar, tapenade, black truffles, Provençal stew, pistou soup, lavender honey and goat’s milk yoghurt…Provençal cuisine and flavours, markets, and unique scents of the region will leave you with the best memories. We have put together a selection for you of places to visit. In the Verdon region, you will be able to reconcile your taste for gastronomy with the pleasure of a unique natural setting. Here you can find info on panoramic restaurants, country houses and other secret places.
Between two strolls in the Gorges du Verdon, take the time to come and taste the famous rosé wine of Pierrevert, quietly raised in a
Aups is a superb village bathed in the inimitable southern light. It will offer you the charm of the southern and Provençal softness. Capital of
Famous throughout the world, the natural cosmetics brand is no longer to be presented. As their name suggests, Occitane beauty creams mainly derive their active
The Provencal markets in the Verdon Gorges region
We’ve categorized the markets by day of the week and plotted the locations on our interactive map. Here are the market days in 2020:
Monday morning markets– Varages
– Saint Martin de Bromes
– La Brillanne
Tuesday morning markets
Wednesday morning markets
– Roumoules (afternoon)
Friday morning markets
– Seynes les Alpes
Saturday morning markets
Sunday morning markets
Night Markets in the Verdon Gorges Region (in summer)Monday: Quinson in the morning and Les Salles-sur-Verdon at night.
Tuesday : Sainte-Croix-de-Verdon and Aiguines.
Sunday: Régusse and Montagnac-Montpezat.