Lee Jones

I am the property photographer for Pure France and travel throughout France meeting property owners. I come from a background of sales in the luxury brands Bang & Olufsen and Swarovski Crystal.

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Carnival of Nice - King of animals 2022

15 December 2021  |  Lee Jones  |  Events, Tourism

Carnival of Nice 2022 - King of Animals

For 15 days in February 2022, Nice on the French Riviera welcomes the King of Animals carnival. Come and experience the grand carnival parade held both day and night. The guest of honour this year is the Belgian Carnival "Gilles de la Louvière". Marvel at the illuminated carnival processions and flower decorated floats along with dancers street performers and music.

Rock of Rocalinaud

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09 December 2021  |  Lee Jones  |  Tourism, Nature

Rock of Rocalinaud in Beaumes-de-Venise

A walking trail in Beaumes-de-Venise, Provence that is 13km in length which varies in elevation from between 82 metres and 290 metres passes the famous rock of Rocalinaud, an unusual rock formation nicknamed 'Luna rock' due to its unique form that has been sculpted by wind and rain and salt water when it was once covered by the sea more than a million years ago. The rock is carved in to amazing shapes with views towards Beaumes-de-Venise.

Glanum

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06 November 2021  |  Lee Jones  |  Architecture, Tourism

The Ancient Roman city of Glanum

Situated in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence visits can explore the ancient roman city of Glanum. Around 600 BC the first Gallic tribes settled in Glanum, situated on the north face of the Alpilles mountain range. Excavations of the site began in the early 1900's and today visitors can admire the may accent monuments including the House of Antes and the House of Cybele.

Amphoralis, museum and archaeological site

31 July 2021  |  Lee Jones  |  Architecture, Culture, Tourism

Amphoralis, the museum of pottery

The Sallèles antique pottery workshop dating back to the start of the High Romain Empire was a site where a huge volumes of clay pottery was produced. Situated near the Canal du Midi not far from the village of Sallèles-d'Aude, excavations began in 1976 and the Amphoralis museum designed by Roland Castro and Jean-Pierre Gary opened its doors to the public in December 1992.


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