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Maximize your day in Provence and walk in the footsteps of Vincent Van Gogh in Provence.
This tour in the footsteps of Van Gogh takes you to Arles, Les Baux de Provence and Saint Remy de Provence.
Tour in air-conditioned vehicle with a professional guide. Your guide is a specialist in art, art history and Van Gogh.
Your guide will be with you for the duration of the tour and will do everything possible to offer you an unforgettable day.
Experience the best of Montpellier and enjoy a homemade lunch along the way with this full-day tour of the city. You’ll visit markets, squares, markets and gardens, with plenty of time to explore the works of the Fabre Museum or people watch over a cup of coffee at the happening Comedie Square.
Sample the fruits of the Montpellier countryside—and enjoy a local’s perspective on the region’s gastronomy—on this private, evening tour. Meet your guide directly at your local accommodation, and head to the Pic Saint-Loup region. Admire the scenery as you go, and stop at a local winery, where you’ll indulge in a tasting of local varieties. Then, continue to the tour guide’s family home, where you’ll enjoy a traditional, home-cooked meal of local specialties.
Visit the picturesque villages and charming Mediterranean countryside on a small group day trip from Montpellier. You will relax and enjoy the panorama to Cap d'Agde, where you can admire highlights, such as the famous Mont Saint-Clair. You will also visit Séte and Frontignan. This small-group tour is limited to eight people, ensuring you receive personalized attention from the guide.
The Mediterranean coast is made up of sandy beaches. The summit of Mont Saint-Clair offers a view of the city of Sète.
There is something for everyone, visit a museum like the Paul Valéry museum and the Georges Brassens space, a museum for poets. Cap d'Agde, the black pearl of the Mediterranean is known for its historic monument built in basalt stone.
Our guide, Marc, was one of the best guides that we have had on any tour ... especially wine tour. He was beyond knowledgeable (probably due to the fact that he and his brother produce their own wine!). There were only three of us on the tour, which also really added to this. Marc led the wine tastings and tours at a couple of the stops and he was a wealth of knowledge. And of course, the wine that we sampled at each winery was plentiful and delicious. The red wines of the Languedoc are fabulous. This is a perfect addition to a brief stop in Montpellier.
Discover fine wines around Pic Saint-Loup on this small-group half-day Languedoc winery tour from Montpellier. Delve into the Languedoc’s Pic Saint-Loup region and admire fine views over the rolling vineyards. Visit two wineries with your guide and learn of the diverse wines produced there. Explore the cellars and barrel rooms, and learn of the winemaking process from vine to glass. Sample the various wines in production during a tasting workshop and enjoy personal attention from your guide on this small-group tour, limited to eight people.
Spend a day on the Mediterranean Coast with this small group day trip to Aigues Mortes and Le Grau Du Roi from Montpellier. Take a tour of the town of Grau du Roi before attending a bullfight in the magnificent beaches of Grau du Roi and discover the streets of the famous town of Aigues Mortes. By minibus, relax and enjoy the panoramas along the way. This small-group day trip is limited to eight people so you can get the full attention of your guide.
Spend a morning sampling Languedoc wines on this half-day small-group tour of the Pic St Loup wine region from Montpellier. Discover the winemaking process as you explore the vineyards, take part in guided wine tastings at two different wineries, and enjoy a delicious homemade lunch with one of the winemakers.
I am taking you on a road trip around Languedoc, to discover Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert, one of the most beautiful medieval village of France. I will make sure there are a few surprises on the way and along the river. We will stop to taste local wine, contemplate the landscape, visit a family-owned domain and enjoy lunch in a local place.
Explore Montpellier’s wine producing region and taste oysters pulled fresh from the sea on this small-group tour. Leave the logistics to your guide as you travel in a climate-controlled vehicle to a winery housed in Renaissance-style castle. Admire the 11th Century chapel and lush gardens, as you taste a variety of red, white and rosé wines. Visit the vinification and oak barrel cellars and then visit shellfish farm to taste fresh oysters straight from the Mediterranean.
Montpellier is renowned for its medieval architecture, fine wines, and delicious cuisine. On this walking tour, discover all three in just a few hours—admire landmarks like the Arc de Triomphe and Saint-Clement Aqueduct, browse the stalls at the famous Les Halles market, and sample a variety of wines, cheeses, pastries, and regional delicacies.
Get away from city life for a day on this small-group countryside tour. Have the best of both worlds with a moderate hike to the tip of Pic Saint-Loup followed by an indulgent wine tasting at a boutique winery. Leave the details to your guide who has planned a well-balanced itinerary showcasing both the natural beauty and winemaking culture of the region.
Immerse yourself in the charm and culture of Arles on a private 8-hour tour from Montpelier. Without the strict schedule of a large group tour, you’re free to enjoy each location at your own pace. The well-rounded itinerary takes you to the Roman arena, the mountain village of Les Baux de Provence, and Saint Remy Old Town. For an extra fee, you can visit the Saint-Paul-de-Mausole monastery where Van Gogh lived for one year.
Not far from Montpellier, Sète is a lovely medieval town known for its great wines and myriad culinary delights. With this tour, you'll get to sample many of the region's most delicious offerings, from local cheeses and olives to fresh oysters. You'll also visit the town of Pézenas and get to try local wines right at a winery.
Spend a half-day sampling fine French wines in France’s largest wine region on this full-day tour from Montpellier. Learn about wine production in the Languedoc-Roussillon region as you visit two elegant châteaux around Montpellier and tour the idyllic vineyards. After discovering the different grapes, peeking into the production rooms and learning about the aging process, indulge in an expert-led tasting of red, white and rosé wines.
Indulge your taste buds in southern France on this 3.5-hour small-group Languedoc wine and olive tour from Montpellier. Visit a local winery in the heart of Languedoc’s winemaking territory with your guide. Explore the estate and learn of the various winemaking techniques in use, and sample some of the delicious wines in production. Travel onward through the vineyards and olive groves to a family-run olive farm, where olives are harvested according to time-honored traditions. During your visit, taste the olives, olive oils and vinegars, and savor their delicate flavors.
Explore Montpellier’s culinary culture on a guided walking tour of the city. Spend time experiencing a local market with fresh produce and local food producers. Sample olive, oil, traditional patisserie, wine, and locally made cheese, and then visit a coffee roaster. Get local insights and history from your guide with a small group.
Give your taste buds a treat and sample some of southern France’s fine wines on this private 7.5-hour Languedoc region wine tour from Montpellier. Visit three top wineries outside Montpellier — including the famous Château Puech-Haut — with your private guide. Explore cool cellars where fine wines lie maturing, gain insight into the Languedoc region’s rich winemaking heritage and sample some of the wines during tasting sessions. During your tour, savor a delicious 3-course meal in a local restaurant and discover some of the flavors for which the region is famous.
While we navigate between domains and small roads, I will give you an outdoor and leisurely introduction to oenology. We will talk about wine, grapes and terroir, certainly, but also about the countryside, the people and the thousand of other things that shape taste and life in their own ways around here. A relaxed discovery of a piece of France I particularly treasure.
Leave the bustle of the city behind, and head into nature: your destination is the Camargue, a sprawling wetlands area on the French coast. With just a small group for company, you’ll set off on a safari adventure in a 4x4 vehicle. Glimpse flocks of roseate flamingos, see egrets poised in the marshes, and encounter herds of bulls. Learn more about the local ecosystem from your guide as you go. You can also relax with a tasting of several local wines, plus artisanal snacks.
Discover Montpellier old and new—and see more of the city’s highlights in less time—when you zip around town on a small-group Segway tour. Meet your guide in the morning or afternoon and, following a brief safety lesson, set off around town. You can look forward to seeing the city’s major attractions, from the Esplanade and Place de la Comédie to the Porte du Peyrou and Montpellier Cathedral. You’ll also venture to more modern parts of the city, will brush up on Montpellier’s history, and pause for photo breaks.
The gastronomical hub of the Languedoc region, Sète is a charming port town characterized by lovely little canals and great local dining. With this culinary tour, you'll get to try all sorts of local specialties, from cheese, to mussels, to octopus pie, along with oysters sourced directly from the Thau pond.
Get the inside scoop on French Vermouth during a 1.5-hour behind-the-scenes tour of the Noilly Prat Estate in Marseillan. Learn about the in-depth production process at the facility, then discover the perfect pairings of food and Vermouth. Enjoy a variety of tastings along with regional appetizers. Leave with special gastronomy brochures, so you can impress your friends back home with your new mixology skills.