New in Provence-Alps-Côte d’Azur 2017

Places, exhibitions, events and new itineraries will make the news in 2017 …

Marseille, European Capital of Sports, four years after being European Capital of Culture!
Let’s escape behind the scenes of the LUMA Contemporary Art Foundation in Arles during a visit of the site in construction, opening for good in 2018.
Let’s enjoy the mildness of the mid-season at the first open-air casino in the world in La Ciotat.
Let’s dive in the oeno-artistic world of the new Villa La Coste, luxuriously accommodations at Château La Coste.
Let’s discover the world of wine at the Carré du Palais (opening April 2017) dedicated to wine and food and wine pairing in this hotel particulier, on the most famous square of Avignon.
Let’s follow the new bike paths in the Verdon Regional Nature Park or on the future « ViaRhôna » a cycling route along the Rhone from its source to its mouth in 2020.
Let’s attend the exhibition « Sisley, Master of Impressionism » at the Caumont Art Center in Aix-en-Provence.
Let’s get ready for the new designers outlet village McArthurGlen (opening spring 2017) in Miramas or the shopping center of the Vélodrome Stadium in Marseille.
The Velodrome Stadium will be celebrating its 80th anniversary in 2017!
Fashionistas will not miss the 25th “Braderie de Saint-Tropez”, a famous sellout the last weekend of October!
Let’s celebrate the Franco-Mexican friendship in Barcelonette in the Ubaye Valley for a Mexican-style summer.
Let’s discover golfing or even cycling in the snow in the ski-resorts of the Southern Alps.
Let’s attend the election of the Queen of Arles, precious time of the Provençal folklore which takes place every 3 years on May 1st, day of the Patron Saint of the Gardians.
Finally, Marseille prides itself with Le Corbusier work, La Cité Radieuse, added to the UNESCO World Heritage List since July 2016!

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