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Gordes

4.5 star rating: Recommended 39 Reviews

When you stand at the precipice of the precariously perched Gordes in Provence and look into the valley below, you'll see a road leading away towards Apt. See ...  Read more

Iles du Frioul

4 star rating: Recommended 17 Reviews

The Iles du Frioul is a collection of 4 islands off the coast of Marseilles. They are Pomègues, Ratonneau, If and Tiboulen. Until the 16th century they ...  Read more

La Canebiere

La Canebiere is Marseille's Champs Elysees. Modelled on the famous Parisian boulevard, it is a wide stretch leading straight up from Vieux Port (Old Port) for ...  Read more

Lake of Sainte-Croix

Set at the foot of the majestic Verdon Gorges (the largest canyon in Europe) and the Valensole plateau is the Lake of Sainte-Croix, a manmade lake created ...  Read more

Les Saintes Maries de la Mer

Surrounded by golden beaches in the spot where the Rhône River meets the Mediterranean Sea sits the whitewashed town of Saintes Maries de la Mer. As the ...  Read more

Little Palace Museum (Musée du Petit Palais)

The Musée du Petit Palais (or the Little Palace Museum) originally served as a bishops’ and archbishops’ palace during the 14th and 15th centuries. It was ...  Read more

Lubéron

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 230 Reviews

The mountainous Lubéron Natural Park, a popular day trip from nearby Aix-en-Provence, is a scenic pocket of natural beauty, lying in the Vauclause region ...  Read more

MAC Contemporary Art Museum

Marseille's Museum of Modern Art is also known as the Contemporary Art Museum, which is a direct translation of the French Musée d'Art Contemporain and ...  Read more

Manosque

Located on the limits of the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence department on the edge of the Luberon, Manosque is an old walled town filled with ancient doorways, ...  Read more

Marine Museum

Marseille's connection to the sea goes back millennia, and even today the city has one of the largest, busiest ports in Europe. While perhaps not the hottest ...  Read more

Marseilles Cruise Port

Marseilles has grown from being a tiny trading port established by the Greeks in 600 BC to being France’s second largest city. Topped by the hilltop ...  Read more

Marseille Vieux Port (Old Port)

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 101 Reviews

Marseille Vieux Port, or Old Port, is the hub of the city. It was the natural harbor of this port town since antiquity; the Greeks landed here in 600 BC and ...  Read more

Montagne Sainte Victoire

Immortalized in a number of famous paintings by local resident Cézanne, the towering peak of Montagne Sainte Victoire (Sainte-Victoire Mountain) is one of ...  Read more

Moustiers Ste-Marie

Often classified as one of the most beautiful villages in France, Moustiers Ste-Marie lies at the western entrance of the majestic Verdon Gorge National Park, ...  Read more

Museum of African, Oceanic and American-Indian Art

With its ancient roots, Marseille is the perfect city to host the Museum of African, Oceanic and American-Indian Art (Musée d'Arts Africains, ...  Read more

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