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Buy a pair of handmade Camargue-style cowboy boots.
Gig flyers, tickets and music by Roma bands at this specialist music shop, also known as 'Musiques Arles'.
At Mouriès, 6km southeast of Maussane, pop in for tastes of exceptional oils milled at Moulin Coopératif...
This cooperative moulin (mill) in Maussane-les-Alpilles produces 200,000L of silken Vallée des Baux-de-Provence AOC oil a year – usually sold out by mid-August...
Among France’s top chocolatiers, Provençal herbs and plants – lavender, rosemary, violet and thyme – are used with unexpected flavours, like Earl Grey.
Biscuits made using ancient Roman, Renaissance, alpine and Arlésien recipes.
There is no finer shop for vibrant local art, craft and design than Espace Anikado. The hybrid boutique-gallery showcases fashion, jewellery, shoes, furniture and more by local designers...
Thrilling cheese shop with a 12th-century ripening cellar and cheese and charcuterie plates.
Brother-and-sister-run olive-oil mill located 4.5km southwest of St-Rémy, with tastings and homemade tapenade, fruit juice and jam.
From the turn of the 20th century until the 1950s, soap was a buoyant business thanks to Salon’s abundance of olive oil and the exotic palm and copra oils that arrived in nearby Marseille from the French colonies...
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