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Where to stay in Manosque

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Manosque is the largest town in Provence, although it hasn't lost any of its rustic French charm, and dating back to Medieval times means that Manosque has bags of character. Down narrow, cobbled streets you'll spot homes with shutters, and charming local shops such as the many wine stores selling locally produced favourites. Manosque is host to many cultural events, and is a popular destination for those in the surrounding small towns as it has a few modern, practical shops.

Things to see

Maison de la Biodiversite celebrates the excellent growing conditions that Provence offers, with serene, pleasant gardens full of flowers, fruits, and vegetables that thrive in the sunny conditions. There's a small house that's been turned into a museum where you can learn all about horticulture, and rustic outbuildings where you can buy fresh produce or enjoy a freshly pressed apple juice. Eglise Saint-Sauveur has a mixture of Gothic and Romanesque architecture dating back to the 13th century. This impressive church has a cool white exterior, and an intricate interior with carvings, statues, and gold accents, as well as the famous organ that has stood in the church since the 17th century. The distinctive Jean Giono Centre? has a welcoming and bright yellow exterior, and has become an important cultural centre for the region. Named for the writer who was born and spent his entire life in Manosque, the centre offers bright, contemporary galleries, a library, and exhibitions about the life and works of Giono.

Hotels in Manosque

Manosque has both boutique and chain hotels available in the town, with 2 to 3 star hotels that are comfortable and affordable. You'll enjoy Manosque hotels with seasonal outdoor pools, poolside bars, and lounges where you can relax after a long day of sightseeing. Many places also have their own restaurants on-site, some of which serve a complimentary breakfast during your stay. There are hotels with free WiFi and free parking for guests, as well as useful services such as laundry, childcare, and assistance booking tours and tickets.

Where to stay

The centre of Manosque has plenty to see and do, with a network of narrow, winding streets full of charming local stores. There's a mixture of popular modern stores, and vintage style book and antique shops. You'll come across traditionally French town squares, with cafés and bistros that have outdoor terraces where you can watch the people go by. The area around Manosque is famous for its sweetly scented lavender fields, with many people taking the lavender trail which includes cycling through the sunny trails and visiting L’Occitane Factory to pick up some locally made lotions, soaps, and toiletries.

How to get to Manosque

Manosque is less than an hour's drive from the busy Marseille Provence Airport which has flights across the UK and Europe, as well as transatlantic connections. It's a simple drive up the toll motorway if you decide to hire a car, or there's a bus service running every few hours which takes about 90 minutes to get to Manosque. Gare de Manosque – Gréoux-les-Bains provides a regular train service across the Provence region on local TER trains, linking the town to Marseille, Lyon, and other cities. There's also a fairly frequent coach service to Marsille, Aix-en-Provence, and during the winter months, a service to take you to major ski resorts.