Provence is the ultimate Mangia, Beve, Bici destination. Famous for its undulating fields of lavender and as a perennial fixture of the Tour de France, the roads here are just waiting to be ridden. The wine, calling out to be drank. And the food, well the food is practically begging to be devoured.
The rolling hills of southeastern France make for incredible cycling terrain in general, but throw in a climb or two to one of the region’s picturesque hilltop villages, and you have something special. If you go one step further and tackle the infamous Mont Ventoux with the legendary Eros Poli – well, then you have the ride of a lifetime.
Provence is world-renowned for their Rośe wines, but since we are inGamba, and therefore “in the know,” we can confirm that they’re also producing some amazing big reds that you should sample asap. And as for the food? Well, we think Julia Childs said it best when she said, “In France, cooking is a national sport.”