The best trips I’ve ever done were road trips, especially in Europe or countries anywhere with approachable distances and proud history. I just love going to the little towns and get to see their quirks and hidden stories. During a road trip around Provence we came across this little town that was simply charming. It was really not part of our itinerary (Arles, Saint Remy, Aix en Provence, etc) but we happened to stop there for dinner and loved every minute of it (so much that it gained 1 or 2 additional visits during the trip). Let’s face it; the town is quite chic, nothing very humble about it. It has a wide canal that crosses in the middle, a few beautiful wooden wheel water pumps to adorn the way, and many romantic restaurants and antique stores. I don’t even think it showed up in our guide tour but it was certainly a gorgeous place to finish the day and stroll around peacefully in a spring night.