Popular and intimate, creative and innovative, food is the ultimate reflection of community identity. It is a culture in and of itself. The countries around the Mediterranean basin share many culinary values, and Provence connects this region to Europe.
The year-long culinary programme has something everyone can sink their teeth into – whether they are new to the pleasures of the table or experienced gourmets. The line-up includes everyday cooking, Michelin-starred chefs, street food and restaurant fare. Meetings between artists and chefs explore the continual dialogue between art and science, raising questions about food today.
Unusual dishes, experimental street food, walking taste tests, tea parties and edible landscapes are given pride of place outdoors, in unexpected venues, by the seaside, in the countryside or in urban landscapes. This programme is for everybody – because we all like to eat, drink and be merry.