Maximize your day and enjoy the best tour in Provence with a professional guide.Discover the most beautiful landscapes and the most beautiful villages of Provence aboard a comfortable vehicle.Meet your private professional guide wherever you want in Provence.Explore the heart of Provence and the villages of Lourmarin, Roussillon, Gordes, Senanque Abbey and the Lavender Museum with your guide-lecturer.Your guide is at your disposal for the duration of the tour.
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.
Maximize your stopover in Marseille with the best panoramic tour to discover Aix en Provence and Paul Cézanne.Explore Aix en Provence with your private guide.Discover Cézanne and his superb workshop at the top of the city.Explore the most beautiful sites where Cézanne painted at the foot of the Montagne Sainte Victoire.
Set out from Marseille on a visit to Avignon, a stunning medieval that once served as seat of the Catholic papacy. This half-day private tour includes a guided walk through Avignon's UNESCO-listed center, taking in sights like the elegant Pont Saint-Bénezet Bridge and the city's restored ancient walls and towers. Learn its fascinating history as you stroll the cobbled streets, then spend some time exploring on your own. The Popes' Palace (own expense) is a definite highlight: with 20 various rooms to explore, including the pope's one-time private quarters.
Maximize your stopover in Marseille with the best panoramic tour to discover Aix en Provence, Marseille and Cassis.Explore Aix en Provence with your private guide.Discover Cassis and its superb panorama at the top of Cap Canaille.Explore Marseille and visit Notre Dame de la Garde
Discover the natural and historic sights of Provence on a private tour from Marseille. The tour itinerary and duration are based entirely on your interests and time constraints. Whatever you decide, enjoy comfortable end-to-end transportation with WiFi and luggage storage. Explore Côte d’Azur, Aix en Provence, Cassis, and more, as you inhale the region's iconic lavender. Additional sightseeing in Marseille can be arranged before return to your port or hotel.
Experience Van Gogh’s vivid and picturesque Provence on this full-day tour from Marseille! Journey to the seaside town of Arles – where Van Gogh fully realized his signature style – to visit key sites like the ancient Arles amphitheater, Saint-Trophime church and the setting of Le café de nuit. Continue to Saint-Rémy-de-Provence to see the triumphal arch and funeral monument, and to the hilltop village of Les Baux de Provence.
L'Isle sur la Sorgue, an ancient town surrounded by a moat of flowing water, dates from the 12th century when fishermen built huts on stilts above what was then a marsh. By the 18th century, canals lined with 70 giant wheels powered silk factories & paper mills, you'll see them as you walk around the town. Today L’Isle is the Venice of Provence, home to antiques villages housing over 300 dealers - a really great way to begin exploring the Vaucluse. Next Fontaine de Vaucluse where the largest natural spring in Europe wells up outside the village creates a fast flowing river running through the village dotted riverside cafés & shops. Next a drive into the Vaucluse to discover numerous tiny villages before visiting Avignon once centre of the Catholic world, left with an impressive legacy of ecclesiastical architecture, most notably World Heritage listed Palais des Papes that includes an array of impressive renaissance frescos. Avignon hosts the annual arts festival, the largest in France.
If you love fine wine experience a special private daytour visiting some of the best vineyards of Châteauneuf du Pape, including a family-run estate, cultivated for 600 years by descendants of Pope Urbain VIII - world class wines. The village of Châteauneuf du Pape is the heart of a region full of history. A magical place that appears on the hill rising out of a sea of vines. At the summit the ruined château built by the popes in 14th century as a summer residence to escape the city heat of Avignon. The popes planted the town's first vineyards. On arrival visit the first local vineyard and learn about what makes the wines unique before lunch. In the afternoon visit two very different vineyards - first a winemaker with a 8ha vineyard based exclusively on the appellation & a 43ha family estate owned by five generations of wine makers. We introduce you to the iconic Châteauneuf du Pape wines established in 1880's where tradition is enhanced by modernism & excellence, & tasting of course.
Embark on a private day trip encompassing two French Riviera favorites: Marseille and the ancient fishing port of Cassis. Marvel at the incredible coastal scenery of the Corniche des Crêtes as you make your way toward Cassis. Once there, peruse the charming streets or set out on a relaxing cruise (own expense) for close-up views of the 'fjords of the French Rivera.' Return to Marseille for a city sightseeing tour that includes Notre-Dame de la Garde, a stunning Neo-Byzantine church that's also a popular pilgrimage site.
Enjoy a comprehensive introduction to Avignon and Aix-en-Provence on a private full-day tour. Beginning from the Marseille port, private transportation takes you to a myriad of attractions comfortably and quickly. Enjoy personalized guided visits of Mirabeau, Avignon, and more. Expand the tour to include a visit to the workshop of Paul Cezanne. Take time to shop, photograph, and explore each location on your own.
Imbibe the essence of southern France with a private 4-hour tour of charming Aix-en-Provence from Marseille. Travel by coach through pastoral Provence and accompany your guide on a stroll of Aix’s tree-lined streets, viewing centuries-old private mansions, shops and cafés. Catch unique sights like the Fountain of the Preachy and Saint Sauveur Cathedral. Then enjoy a walk on your own or visit Cezanne’s famous art studio (own expense).
See Provence’s major highlights, and tailor your itinerary to suit your interests, on this full-day, private tour. Don’t worry about logistics: meet your guide directly at your accommodation or port in the morning, and travel in a comfortable, air-conditioned minivan. Choose between several different itineraries: discover Avignon and the Luberon region; visit Arles and the rugged Alpilles; or venture to Marseille, Cassis, and Aix-en-Provence. As you go, learn more about the sights from your driver’s commentary.
Explore the best of Provence in a day with our privae tour to Aix en Provence, Marseille and Cassis.This tour a must if it is your first time in Provence.You will tour Marseille, capital city of Provence and biggest port in France; explore the most beautiful city of Provence in Aix en Provence; and see the most jaw-pending panorama on the coast from the top of the cliff in Cassis.We provide the best professional tour guides in the south of France.
This is a great day out for lovers of fine wine and the best food that Provence has to offer. Leaving Aix-en-Provence, heading north towards Château La Coste, the renowned vineyard where fine wine sits in harmony with art & architecture. We visit the vineyard and learn about the production here and have an opportunity to taste some of their best wine. Next we head to the Coteaux d’Aix & Ste Victoire wine region. Mount St Victoire, a symbol of Provence - the mountain rises over 1000 meters behind the rolling landscape and vineyards close to the historic Provençal village of Puyloubier. This is a visit of discovery coupled with visits to three local vineyards, with tastings.We will also have lunch in a typical Provençale restaurant on a terrace in the village of Puyloubier.
Discover the magic of southern France on this 8-hour trip through lavender-laced Provence. On this private tour from Marseille, visit the chic town of Aix-en-Provence and cross the breathtaking Valensole Plateau. Soak up the signature beauty of farms bursting with fragrant lavender – particularly in summer – and explore Valensole village, where you can purchase a bouquet and some essential oils to take home.
Enjoy a flexible day trip from Marseille to historic Avignon and visit a local wine estate. Your private excursion begins with a guided walking tour of Avignon—the home of papal power in the 14th century—and then you're free to explore on your own. Visit the Popes' Palace (own expense), peruse the Cathedral Notre-Dame des Domes, or stroll across the Point St-Bénezet bridge, inspiration for a famous French children's song. Stop off at the celebrated Châteauneuf-du-Pape wine estate on your return for a sampling of two of their best varietals.
Depending on your predilection, Château la Coste, north of Aix-en-Provence, is either an estimable winemaker with a sideline in contemporary art or a marvel of modern architecture with open-air gallery that happens to have a vineyard attached. Whatever the viewpoint Château La Coste is an exceptional discovery of art, architecture & fine wine. Wine tasting included. 'La Coste combines all the elements of the perfect French Art de Vivre - a unique artistic experience in an atmosphere of calm luxury. It's an atypical art estate in a protected environment. Strolling through see over thirty major art installations scattered throughout the domain amongst oak trees, hundred-year-old pines, vines & lavender fields. Enjoy the creations of architecture from - Tadao Ando, Jean Nouvel, Renzo Piano & Frank O.Geary. Artworks include Louise Bourgeois, Alexander Calder, Larry Neufeld, Ai Weiwei, Sean Scully, Andy Goldsworthy, Michael Stipe, Tom Shannon, Tracey Emin and Liam Gillick.
Depart Marseille for a private day trip to both Aix-en-Provence and the fishing port of Cassis. Take a guided walking tour through Aix-en-Provence's Old Town and stroll down its grand Cours Mirabeau before exploring this laid-back city on your own. One suggestion: visiting the former studio (own expense) of Post-Impressionist painter Paul Cézanne, a local native. Do as you please in Cassis, from savoring a quiet afternoon on the beach, sipping wine at a waterfront cafe or taking a boat to see the stunning fjord-like inlets nearby.
Set out from Marseille on a half-day visit to Les Baux de Provence, a stunning medieval village situated upon a rocky plateau in the Alpilles mountains. Stroll among the village's old stone house and along its cobbled, narrow streets, visiting sights like the 17th-century Chapel of the White Penitents and Château des Baux, a fortified castle that offers breathtaking valley views. Afterward, visit one of the surrounding Baux Valley's olive grows and sample some of the region's renowned 'liquid gold.”
We propose you to create your private course in Provence. Do you want nature and city in the same day? Sea and mountain? To go boating and stroll through the streets of a medieval town?Everything is possible ! We adapt to your desires. In half-day or in full day, it's up to you to choose what makes you the most pleasure.Marseille, the road to Gineste, hiking to En Vau, the road ridges, Cassis and the most beautiful creeks of the National Park by boat. Aix en Provence, its 1000 fountains and mansions. Sainte Victoire Mountain and Lacoste Castle. Discover the Luberon: Gordes, Roussillon ochres, lavender fields and Senanque abbey. Fountain of Vaucluse and the canals of the island on Sorgue? A cooking workshop in the Halles of Avignon, the Palais des Papes. The wine route of the côtes du Rhône.Arles, the Baux de Provence, Saint Remy de Provence ...Let us know your desires, we are here to fill you.
When your cruise ship docks in Marseille, see the best of Provence with ease on this private shore excursion. Spin by luxury minivan to top Provence attractions including Aix-en-Provence, the Calanques National Park, and Notre-Dame de la Garde Basilica. Stroll along sun-dappled streets as your guide shares details of Provence’s rich culture and history. Mingle with locals sipping pastis in the shade, and admire uninterrupted views over southern France’s coastline.
Les Baux de Provence clings precariously to an ancient rocky cliff. A fortified hilltop village one of the most visited in Provence & easy to understand its popularity, narrow cobbled streets, ancient houses run up to a ruined castle. Where the Baux family ruled from the 9th century 'til 1426 when it was integrated into Provence, subsequently became part of France in 1481. Later the people revolted against integration & Louis XI responded by dismantling the château. Our visit explores the village & château. Next to Carrières de Lumières, one time 19th century quarry Les Grand Fonds. In 2019 it exhibits works of Vincent Van Gogh spanning 7,000 m² of the Carrières. A visual & musical production retracing the intense life of the artist, who in the last years of his life, painted more than 2,000 works. Next visit nearby Saint Rémy de Provence. Village, surrounded by lush valleys, ancient streets lined with old houses and built on one of the oldest archeological sites in Europe.