Monday, February 1, 2010


July 4 – 8, 2010

Four incredible days exploring a PROVENCE few can even imagine...

• Accommodations in a superbly appointed villa surrounded by vineyards
• Fine Provencal meals, including a picnic in the midst of lavender fields
• Behind-the-scenes tour of L’OCCITANE EN PROVENCE, and the chance to meet its founder, Olivier Baussan. Guests prepare their own special beauty product.
• Private dining experience by a Michelin-starred chef, including a guided market shopping tour
• Private wine tastings at internationally acclaimed wineries
• Hands-on participation in a decadent chocolate patisserie workshop
• Helicopter ride over the lavender fields and Provence mountains; first-class transfers in luxury, chauffeured mini-vans

PRICE: €10,920 per person
•Please contact Jen at Betty Maclean Travel for details 800-865-8111 or


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