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Provence Cooking Class Vacation

Cooking In Provence provides unforgettable all-inclusive vacations exploring French culture through cooking and painting. Review these important details about your excursion in the Provence region.


Weather

April weather is normally lovely and warm, but March is unpredictable. During inclement weather, we'll cook and dine in the main house. Painters will find sheltered locations with John. A large terrace roof is also available for painters to enjoy an unbelievable view.

What To Bring

Take a moment to review our suggestions on what to bring. It will make packing easier for your trip. Please pack light since cars are small. If more than one couple is picked up at the airport, luggage space will be sparse. Casual clothing is appropriate. A jacket, sweater, or scarf is a good idea. Men, a dress shirt is needed for Thursday evening, but no tie is necessary. Ladies, just a scarf over your blouse or sweater and earrings makes you classy in France. Slacks or skirt are perfect. Other important items to bring are comfortable walking shoes and cameras.

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Your Lodging

Our historical house in this medieval village offers private suites for each couple. There is Wi-Fi available in the house. Each suite offers a water closet and full bathroom along with a Queen bed. The house is behind the walls of the medieval village but right next to the main entrance.


About Our Classes

Our French cooking classes run between four to four-and-a-half hours, and Karen provides personalized attention during sessions. We cover all the basics of Provencal cooking, and participants will receive a binder containing most of the recipes. Sometimes, menu selections change depending on local market availability. Provencal aprons also are supplied for participants. The Plein Air classes run daily for the same length of time as the cooking classes. The week is limited to just six individuals/three couples which can be men and women, two women, or two men. The suites are double-occupancy.