There are many things to see and do in Provence. In order to make the best of your trip, I offer tailor made tours that you can adapt to your own points of interest.
Nature, classic French villages, Roman monuments, medieval heritage , wine and gastronomy, olive oil, more!
Take a look at the list below for some of the highlights of Provence:
Villages of Provence
Gordes, Roussillon, Lacoste and Ménerbes, what do all those places have in common? Their natural charm, of course! The Luberon regional park is an absolute must see for those who want to see the picturesque Provence of postcards.
This chain of small mountains is well known for its olive oil. Once you get there, it is pretty obvious: olive trees everywhere! The Alpilles are a must see for other reasons; Les Baux de Provence, an outstanding medieval village and Saint Rémy de Provence, is a charming village with tiny streets, and numerous shops and art galleries.
Provence was the first Roman province beyond the Alps, and thus has many roman monuments. The Pont du Gard, a breathtaking 2000 year old aqueduct, the arenas of Arles and Nîmes, and the antique theater of Orange. These monuments are a wonderful addition to so many other hidden treasures!
Spend some time in the wild! This village is full of traditions: bulls, white horses, and pink flamingos can be seen in their natural environment. A place where silence is golden. Located by the sea, discover Les Saintes Maries de la Mer and its unique church, or Aigues Mortes, a charming walled city surrounded by salt deposits.
Do not miss the opportunity to smell the nicest perfume on earth! From the Senanque Abbey, a magical timeless area, surrounded by the lavender fields, to Sault, known as the capital of the purple flower. Enjoy the wonderful landscapes among the endless lavender fields.
Only available from mid June to mid August
Enjoy easy and safe transportation to taste the wonderful wines of Provence! From the red Chateauneuf du Pape to the refreshing rosé, discover the tastes of Provence!
The world famous dutch artist found so much inspiration for his paintings between Arles and the Alpilles. Visit all the places he made famous and eternal through his love of the provencal lights.
The provencal markets: an awakening of the senses!
Provence has an outdoor market everyday. The colorful fruit and vegetable stalls, the smell of the spices, and hand made fabrics...add a little bit of stroll to your day!Saint Rémy de Provence, Uzès, L'Isle sur la Sorgue: make a part of the folklore!