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With so much to see and do in Provence, it’s impossible to cram it all into one day. This full-day tour from Arles cherry-picks the highlights, making it ideal for first-time visitors or those short on time. Marvel at the ancient ruins of the Pont du Gard; tour the Lavender Museum; and visit the Provencal villages of Les Baux de Provence, Roussillon, and Gordes.
Discover Provence’s Roman history, stunning countryside, and art heritage on this half-day tour from Arles. Explore the medieval village of Les Baux de Provence, walk in the footsteps of Van Gogh in Saint Rémy de Provence, and admire the Roman Aqueduct of Pont du Gard, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Live the story of Van Gogh on a private half-day tour of historic Provençal landmarks from Avignon. Journey to beautiful seaside Arles, where the tortured artist was inspired to create famous works such 'Le Café de Nuit’ and 'La Maison Jaune’. With an expert guide, see where Van Gogh lived — including the Saint-Paul-de-Mausole asylum — and learn about his sometimes tragic life. Conclude with visits to the ancient Roman sites of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence and the UNESCO-listed Arles Amphitheatre.
Discover the Luberon Villages made famous in Peter Mayle’s 'A Year in Provence' on this half-day tour from Arles. Admire the unique ochre cliffs of Roussillon, visit the picturesque hilltop village of Gordes, tour the Lavender Museum, then pose for photos amid Provence’s famous lavender fields (June-July only).
Provence is world famous for its lavender fields but the startling purple landscapes can only be seen during the summer months. This seasonal full-day tour from Arles visits the lavender capital of Sault, the hilltop villages of Roussillon and Gordes, the Lavender Museum, and the magnificent lavender fields of Senanque Abbey.
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.
Don't squander your time in Marseille port. Instead, book a shore excursion with a private guide to Arles and Les Baux de Provence. In Arles, set out on a walking tour of the ancient UNESCO-listed city—home to stunning Roman ruins as well as the cafe from Van Gogh's famous painting, Cafe Terrace at Night. Then depart for Les Baux de Provence, an ancient village with a spectacular cliff-top setting. Spend the rest of the afternoon exploring the village's cobbled streets and admiring its centuries-old greystone structures before returning to Marseille.
Provence is famous for its hilltop villages and idyllic scenery, but it’s also home to some of the most impressive Roman ruins in France. This private full-day tour will take you back in time, as you explore the magnificent amphitheater and Maison Carrée in Nîmes; admire the ancient theater of Orange; and visit the UNESCO-listed Pont du Gard aqueduct.
Get to know Arles on a 2-hour walking tour of this historic French city. Maybe you have already heard about this place, as it is famous for its festival of photography, "Rencontres d'Arles", which takes place every year in summer.
But let's focus on discovering the historical center of this amazing city.
Arles has important remains of Roman times, and you will start your tour by discovering the exterior arena of Roman amphitheater, constructed in the 1st century. Then admire the Antique Theatre and the Arles Obelisk.
If you would like to see another place, simply let your guide know your wishes and your tour will be adjusted accordingly.
Keep in mind that Arles is also rich in museums, like Musée de la Camargue or Musée Réaltu, which you can visit on your own. Additionally, some of the buildings and cathedrals of Arles are UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and are a wonder to behold.