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Travel in Provence:
Provence Tours & Sightseeing
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A holiday in Provence is something special, not just another holiday.
Its warm, dry climate makes Provence the sunniest region of France. Provence also has a rich history, nature, gastronomy, wine production, tradition and culture to such an extent that almost how much time you spend here, it is difficult to see it all. If you are planning to tour France, you should put Provence high up on the list of regions to visit.

 

Lavender

Provence has an important lavender production and lavender is the colour that symbolises Provence. Lavender blooms from the end of June until the harvest in the middle of August. Take a Lavender Tour and see the marvellous colours for yourself.


Lavender field, Luberon, Provence

Customise your own sightseeing tour

Customise your own sightseeing tour in Provence to your taste and have your private, English-speaking driver or tourist guide accompany you.

With our years of experience, we help you plan your Provence tour so you leave with a memory for life.

Ventabren village, Provence. Many tours in Provence visit one or more quaint villages.

The romans

The Romans have lefts many important footprints in Provence, such as the amphitheatre in Arles and the one in Nimes, the world's most impressive aqueduct the Pont du Gard, a theatre in Orange, ruins in Vaison la Romaine and Glanum near Saint Rémy de Provence. After more than 2000 years, these historic monuments are still there. French tours often visit these historic Roman monuments.

 Roman amphitheatre, Arles, Provence
Roman amphitheatre, Arles, Provence.

Les Baux de Provence

Les Baux de Provence - a key attraction for a vacation in Provence

Provence painters

Paul Cézanne  and Vincent van Gogh are the most famous of the many Provence painters.

Origin of Vincent van Gogh's famous paintings of the Langlois Bridge, Arles.

Langlois Bridge, Arles, Provence
Langlois Bridge, Arles, Provence

Wine

Many of France's most famous wines are produced in Provence: Châteauneuf du Pape, Côtes du Rhône, Vacqueyras, Gigondas, Beaumes de Venise, ... Visit the vineyards on a Wine Tour.

Grapes, vineyard, Provence
Grapes, vineyard, Provence

Camargue

The natural park Camargue has more than 400 species of birds, and it is one of the few European habitats for the flamingo. It is also famous for the Camargue Bull and the Camargue Horse.

 

Flamingos at the Camargue, Provence
Flamingos at the Camargue, Provence
 

Explosion of colours

During summer, the sunflower fields add to the explosion of colours and scents in Provence.

Sunflower field near Carpentras, Provence
Sunflower field near Carpentras, Provence

Villages

Everywhere in Provence, you find quaint villages that don't seem to have changed much the last couple of centuries and where the locals take their time.

Ménerbes village, Luberon, Provence
Ménerbes village, Luberon, Provence, where the British author Peter Mayle initially settled, writing "A Year in Provence"

 

 

 

Roussillon

Situated in the Luberon, at the foot of the Monts de Vaucluse, the village of Roussillon is surrounded by beautiful countryside. It is considered one of the most impressive villages in France. Situated in the heart of one of the biggest ocher deposits in the world, Roussillon is famous for its magnificent red cliffs and ocher quarries.

 

Roussillon village, Luberon, Provence
Roussillon village, Luberon, Provence

 

 

 

 

Provence markets

The markets are a fundamental part of France and Provence. This is where to buy fresh and local produce.

olives, marché de Provence
Olives on a Provence market. During travel in Provence, it is impossible not to come across a market.

And Much More...

Suggestions for Provence tours:

  • Gordes,
  • Saint Rémy de Provence,
  • Baux de Provence,
  • Marseille tours
  • Cassis
  • Aix en Provence

 

 

 

On tours for small groups, you can get an English-speaking driver to accompany you and tell you about Provence.

All vehicles are air conditioned.

Prices always include

  • Exclusive use of an air conditioned car or minibus with driver
  • Taxes
  • Motorway tolls
  • Parking fees
  • In short: no hidden costs!

Particular Requirements

If you have particular requirements, such as car seats or boosters for children, space for a wheelchair, transport of persons with reduced mobility, bulky luggage, bicycles ..., don't forget to mention it when you ask for the price. We will tell you if it's possible and if there is an additional fee involved. Car seats and boosters are provided at no additional cost.

Travel Agents & Other Professionals

We welcome travel agents and other professionals as clients, whether based in France or abroad.

 
 
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