The Regions of Provence
Located between the historic cities of Arles and Avignon, you’ll find the Alpilles chain is a land of sweet scents, of thyme and rosemary, in the heart of its limestone setting. Discover breath-taking landscapes, colourful markets, quintessential Provencal villages and scrumptious local products. This is a region not to be missed during your stay in Provence…
When you visit the Luberon region, you’ll find an area of outstanding natural beauty, delectable gastronomy and incredible culture. In the heart of the Regional Natural Park visit stunning hilltop villages and many of the officially most beautiful villages in France including Gordes, the poster boy of Provence…
From the top of its 12,912 meters, the majestic mountain the Mont Ventoux, nicknamed the “Giant of Provence”, is the highest peak of Vaucluse. Topped with a white crest it gives the illusion of eternal snow and the views from its summit take your breath away. Whether you visit in the summer or winter, or you’re a cycling or walking fan, this is an area that will never fail to surprise and dazzle…
To visit Aix en Provence and its surroundings is to take the time to discover its incredible cultural and artistic heritage that has inspired the greatest. The country of Aix is also a gastronomic land between oil mills, wineries and local specialties that you will discover during your walks in town or in 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-making traditions and varied landscapes, this region bathed in the sun will seduce you!
Mythical place and known worldwide for its luxury, nightlife and beaches, the Côte d'Azur also offers a more authentic hinterland. Discover this region that has not finished revealing all its secrets ...
Land of charm, the Drôme Provençale is dotted with perched villages. At the foot of Mont Ventoux, a real palette of paintings awaits you, between the violet of the lavender fields and the green of the olive groves.
Authentic and offering an incredible diversity, the Cévennes are above all a nature tourism, conducive to relaxation and healing. Lovers of hiking, nature and history will be satisfied!
Through its subterranean world, its gorges and villages of character, the Ardèche invites you to live a unique experience! Ideal for sports and fun holidays with family or friends!
Visit the Camargue classified Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO. Discover a wild land with incredible fauna and flora and discover an exceptional cultural heritage.
Uzès & Pont du Gard
City of Art and History, Uzès has preserved a prestigious heritage. Discover this beautiful medieval city and its famous Saturday morning market. Discover its surroundings and the Pont du Gard, the most visited antique monument in France!
To visit Nîmes and its surroundings, is to discover its Roman monuments, its bullring, 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.
At the heart of unspoilt nature, Provence verte has 8 unmissable sites: the Gorges du Verdon, the Sainte-Victoire mountain, the Basilica of Saint-Maximin, the village of Cotignac and its rock, the massif of Sainte-Baume, the Vallon Sourn beach, the circuit of the fountains of Barjols and the medieval town of Brignoles.
Passage through the Old Port, the Canebière and the charming and typical neighborhoods of the Panier and the Auffes valley, do not miss a visit to the Good Mother overlooking the city Phocéenne before you sit on the terrace, pastis hand listen Marseille vibrate.
Bordered by the Rhone on these viticultural lands, in the heart of the Popes' Provence, it is a green nature and typical villages that await you, between valley of Toulourenc, massif of Uchaux, Dentelles de Montmirail and Mont Ventoux.
In love with the green tourism, this valley is made for you! Nestled between the Cévennes, the Rhone Valley and the Ardèche, the Cèze is home to 3 of the most beautiful villages in France and many rivers where it is good to cool off on hot summer days.
Nestled between the hills of Haut Var and the plateau of Valensole, Lake Sainte Croix dazzles travelers with its turquoise water and woodland decor. Do not miss a visit in the charming village of Moustiers Sainte Marie and other small villages around!
Haut Var - Dracénie
The Haut-Var is home to many picturesque villages with rich heritage as the village of Tourtour ranked among the "most beautiful villages in France". Land of vineyards and olive groves, Dracénie is also home to huge oak forests. A nice taste step closer to nature!
Home to many villages of character such as Sisteron or Simiane-la-Rotonde, the Alpes de Haute Provence are also grandiose landscapes that will delight outdoor sportsmen.
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…