There is not only one Provence. Its character develops through its spaces. The wind, the sea, its complex geology, merge with its valleys has unique place where stories are told through cuisines, distinct cultures. What is Provence? That of manadiers, Gypsy processions in Camargue, a land of migratory birds? Or that of the Alpilles, its shepherds and Romanesque castles? Provence extends to Menton, and is thus intertwined on other horizons. Rich of tales and legends, in perpetual movements. In order to understand this complex Provence, why not extending our travel in Piedmont? A part of the occitan culture, land of a deep and rich gastronomy?