Regional Specialties

France is a land of diversity, not only in terms of landscapes and cultures but also regarding its rich gastronomic palette. Each region, each terroir has something unique to offer, and it’s this richness that we explore in our ‘Local Produce’ or ‘Regional Specialties’ category.

Here, you’ll find articles dedicated to these culinary treasures that make our regions famous: from Auvergne cheese to the Figue de Solliès in Provence, through Bordeaux wines and Brittany oysters. We delve into the history of these products, their manufacturing process, and, of course, the best way to enjoy them.

Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur Regional Specialties

The Solliès Fig: The Sweet Treasure of the South of France

In the gastronomic landscape of France, rich in flavors and local products, the Solliès Fig holds a special place. Originating from the region of Solliès-Pont, in the Var department, this little sweet marvel is more than just a simple fruit: it’s a true emblem of Provençal terroir. This article takes you on a journey to […]

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