Nestled in the heart of the Alpilles mountain range in Provence, sits the small village of Molleges, featuring a tangible sense of history and hugely popular fine dining restaurant, Mas du Capoun. But there’s much more to this charming village than mouthwatering cuisine. It’s likely that the first thing you’ll want to do during your stay is simply walk around and soak up the picturesque charisma of this place. Centuries-old houses draped in climbing plants, narrow streets and quiet, peaceful atmosphere make the village seem timeless.
Though the village may be small, the rest of Provence is stretched enticingly before you. There is plenty to do right outside your doorstep when you’re feeling a little more adventurous, like visiting the Van Gogh center in St-Remy, going bird watching or exploring an array of different archeological sites.
Set in one of the country’s best wine regions, tribute to Molleges delicious fine dining must be paid. The cuisine features local produce and all the French’s famous culinary sophistication, making for mouthwatering dishes. Famous for its bouillabaisse, ratatouille, tapenade, nougat and liqueur Pastis, you’ll find them all in their very best forms.
Molleges is south-east of France, situated in the Provence region and roughly 40 miles from Marseille.
During the months of May to September, you are most likely to experience good weather with pleasant average temperatures. Typically, the warmest and driest month is July, the coolest month is January and the wettest month is October.
WEATHER: Monthly Averages
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