The Regions of Provence
Nature, gastronomy, culture, with family or friends, the Luberon can be discovered from every angle! Set off to discover this incredible region, in the heart of its Regional Natural Park and its magnificent perched villages.
From the top of its 1912 meters, Mont Ventoux nicknamed the “Giant of Provence” is the highest peak in Vaucluse. Capped with a white crest giving the illusion of eternal snow, the views from its summit are breathtaking. Whether by bike or on foot, in summer or in winter, this region will not stop surprising you!
Situated between Arles and Avignon, the Alpilles mountain range offers sweet scents of thyme and rosemary in the heart of its limestone setting. Breathtaking landscapes, colourful markets, typical villages and delicious local products, this is a region not to be missed during your stay in Provence!
Visiting Aix en Provence and its surroundings means taking the time to discover its incredible cultural and artistic heritage which has inspired the greatest. The country of Aix is also a gastronomic land between oil mills, wine estates and local specialties that you will discover during your walks in town or in the perched villages protected by the Sainte Victoire.
Avignon is an ideal destination for a getaway in Provence. With an exceptional heritage classified by Unesco, incredible culinary and wine traditions and varied landscapes, this region bathed by the sun will seduce you!
A mythical place known worldwide for its luxury, nightlife and beaches, the Côte d'Azur also offers a more authentic hinterland. Discover this region which has not finished revealing all its secrets ...
Land of charm, Drôme Provençale is dotted with hilltop villages. At the foot of Mont Ventoux, a real palette of paint awaits you, between the purple of the lavender fields and the green of the olive groves.
Visiting Nîmes and its surroundings means discovering its Roman monuments, its arenas, its square house, but also its bullfights and its feria. Rooted in its 2000 years of history, the Cité du Sud has an exceptional heritage.
Passage by the Old Port, the Canebière and the charming and typical districts of the Panier and the valley of Auffes, do not miss a visit to the Good Mother overlooking the Phocaean city before sitting on the terrace, pastis in hand listen Marseille vibrate.
In the heart of Provence, the Vaucluse is an area brimming with treasures of the land and of man. Visit the celebrated lavender fields and colourful markets where wow factor stalls are filled with mouth-watering local produce. Discover historic cities and cultural icons such as the monumental Palais des Papes in Avignon, the region’s capital. Charming, picturesque and unforgettable…
The Bouches du Rhône are surprising by the diversity of landscapes and Provençal cultures that they offer. Because it is the chain of the Alpilles with the magnificent village of Baux de Provence, the Côte Bleue to the Calanques with its coves and turquoise waters, the wild and unspoiled Camargue but also the unmissable cities of Marseille, Aix en Provence and Arles whose known historical and cultural heritage is unmissable.
At the gates of Provence, just after the Avignon bridge, its landscapes and villages offer the charm and authenticity of Provence with fields of lavender and vines as far as the eye can see. Its character remains unique, however, and delights both history buffs, culture enthusiasts and nature lovers.
The least we can say is that she has allure! It rubs shoulders with the greatest Côtes du Rhône wines, cicadas, lavender fields, Madame de Sévigné, it is home to the black diamond of Provence, 3 of the 100 Most Beautiful Villages in France and it can claim to be the gateway entry of the Sun, thus benefiting from exceptional light and sunshine all year round.