Explore the breathtaking Provençal countryside on this small-group tour from Avignon. In a comfortable coach, wind through hills blanketed in grapevines and lavender, stopping at area highlights such as the UNESCO-listed Pont du Gard and the Antiques of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence. Visit the rocky perched towns of Les Baux de Provence, Roussillon, and Gordes, where you enjoy splendid views, architectural tours, and souvenir shopping.
Step back in time on a full-day historic tour of Provence from Avignon. Admire the Provençal countryside, blanketed in vineyards and lavender fields, as you travel to Orange to view feats of Roman architecture and Châteauneuf-du-Pape to sample fine local wine. View the UNESCO-listed Pont du Gard, a protected Roman aqueduct, and visit the rocky perched towns of Les Baux de Provence, Roussillon, and Gordes, widely consider France’s most beautiful village.
Spend the morning exploring Marseilles’ historical neighborhoods on a small-group tour with a guide. Perfect for visitors looking to maximize their time in the city, the tour covers many of the city’s main sights in half a day. Peruse shops and restaurants in the along the water in the old port, and take in panoramic views along the Cape Croisette.
Provence is famous for its hilltop villages and scenic landscapes, but it’s also home to some of the most impressive Roman ruins in France. This small-group half-day tour will take you back in time, as you see the magnificent Roman amphitheater and Maison Carrée in Nîmes, stroll the medieval streets of Uzes, and visit the UNESCO-listed Pont du Gard aqueduct.
Experience Provence on this small-group day tour from Marseille. Ideal for visitors who want to spend a day out of the city exploring the Provencal countryside. Visit Baux-de-Provence, Arles, and the UNESCO-listed Pont du Gard with historical insights from your guide. The tour includes guided portions and free time to explore the countryside and break for lunch on your own.
Explore the serene landscapes, historic villages and UNESCO World Heritage sites of Provence on this full-day tour from Aix-en-Provence. Enjoy a guided walking tour of historic Avignon, the medieval city of the Popes, then tour the Provencal villages of the Luberon National Park. Stop at the Cistercian Abbey of Sénanque, visit landscapes immortalized in Peter Mayle’s ‘A Year in Provence’ and stroll around the hilltop villages of Gordes, Lourmarin and Bonnieux.
Soak up the bounty, beauty and history of Provence on a full-day trip from Marseille. In Avignon, the ‘City of Popes,’ you’ll discover ancient and medieval art and architecture on a guided, small-group tour. Pop into the Popes’ Palace (own expense) before continuing to Châteauneuf-du-Pape to sample fine Provençal wines in an elegant château. Finish with a visit to the medieval hilltop village of Les Baux de Provence.
Explore the quintessential Provencal town of Aix-en-Provence and the UNESCO-listed calanques (inlets) of Cassis on this 5-hour tour from Marseille. Enjoy a taste of Provence on a guided walking tour of Aix-en-Provence and sample local specialties at a typical Provençal market. Then, set sail for a 45-minute cruise along the dramatic coast of Cassis, before drinking in the views from Cape Canaille, Europe’s highest sea cliff.
Discover the beauty and heritage of Provence on a full-day tour of Les Baux de Provence and Arles from Avignon. In a small group, visit the UNESCO-listed Roman monuments of Arles—the city famously captured by Van Gogh in paintings like 'Le café de nuit.' Then head to the perched village of Les Baux de Provence for panoramic pastoral views, and conclude your tour with a wine tasting at the famous Châteauneuf-du-Pape vineyard.
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.
Spend a delightful day in southern Provence on a small-group tour exploring highlights of this romantic region. Stroll through the famous market in charming Aix-en-Provence, enjoy the UNESCO-listed inlets and beaches of Cassis and take a guided tour through more than 2,500 years of French history in seaside Marseille. Travel aboard a comfortable minivan with a small group for a more personalized experience.
Short on time? See the best bits of Provence on this full-day small-group tour of the region’s most photogenic spots. Drive through rolling vineyards and vast lavender fields, stopping to enjoy views of the Fontaine de Vaucluse and Senanque Abbey. Explore the hilltop villages of Gordes and Roussillon, and take a walking tour of Saint Rémy de Provence, once home to both Nostradamus and Van Gogh. Finally, see the UNESCO-listed Roman aqueduct of Pont du Gard and look out over the hills of the Alpilles from Les Baux de Provence.
Combine a visit to the scenic fishing village of Cassis with the bustling port city of Marseille on this full-day small-group tour from Aix-en-Provence. Cruise around the UNESCO-listed coastline of Cassis, past the dramatic calanques, then look out over the bay from the Cape Canaille, Europe’s highest sea cliff. After lunch (own expense), head to Marseille to take in highlights like Le Panier, Saint Victor Abbey, Notre Dame de la Garde basilica and Fort Saint-Jean.
See the best of beautiful, medieval Avignon on this 3-hour walking tour with skip-the-line access to Popes’ Palace. Learn the history of this exquisite UNESCO-listed city with ancient Roman roots and celebrity as the 14th-century seat of the Papacy. Admire hilltop views of the Rhône River, breeze into Popes’ Palace to tour the ornate chambers and chapels, and enjoy a glass of Côtes du Rhône wine near the Place de l’Horloge.
Want to get an unforgettable experience?Join me to discover and enjoy the beautiful city of Aix, the heart of life style of Provence with its wonderful architecture, historic monuments and gastronomic treasures.Come on to my tour in Aix-en-Provence and discover the traditional provencal market, where you'll be spoiled in color.Let's taste local savory product like tapenade, herbs of Provence, olive oil, anchoïade, lavender; sweet like the famous sepeciality Calisson d'Aix and refreshing Rosé wine.Paul Cezanne was born and Emile Zola grew up.You will have plenty of time to take pictures of the magnificent fountains as we walk along this romantic city. We only know about local known about.Put away the map and let me guide you!The Tour could be in English, Spanish or French
Tour is in English. I have lived and worked in the UK, USA, Asia and am now settled in Aix. I tok over a year long trip around the world with my family . We took a lot of walking tours, its the best way to get to know a city. The tours I liked best were small in size ( so you can hear easily, ask questions) The guide knew the history of course , but also could tell interesting stories, not just the dates. So thats what I do here in Aix. So as well hearing the stories of Aix , you may want to find out what its like to move to France and live in Aix now. Whatever we discuss, we will have an interesting couple of hours together.
Be inspired by Van Gogh’s Provence on this 5-hour small-group tour from Avignon and learn how the region’s extraordinary light affected his work. See the real-life locations depicted in Van Gogh’s ‘Starry Night Over the Rhone’ and ‘Café Terrace’ as you explore historic Arles, then visit Saint Rémy de Provence where the troubled artist was hospitalized for over a year. Finally, see works by Van Gogh and other iconic artists at the unique Carrières de Lumières, a multimedia art installation housed in an old quarry.
Swap the glitz and glamor of the French Riviera for the quaint villages and serene landscapes of Provence on this full-day tour. With numbers limited to 8 on this small-group tour, you’ll enjoy personal attention from your guide as you set off on a walking tour of historic Avignon. Stop to snap photos of the Cistercian abbey of Sénanque and Fontaine de Vaucluse, then explore the hilltop villages of the UNESCO-listed Luberon national park, the setting for Peter Mayle's famous novel 'A Year in Provence'.
Cruise through Marseille’s Old Town on a fat e-bike. This electric bicycle with its distinctive wide tires allows you to cover distance with ease as you explore the city’s historic district. Visit major sights like the Pharo Palace, MuCEM Museum, and Cathedral, as well as lesser-known treasures in Le Panier. Enjoy breaks to take photos and chat with your local guide.
Explore Marseille on a 2-hour small-group tour by Segway. Learn about the city’s history and culture and see top sights in a fraction of the time it would take to walk. See panoramic views from top of Notre Dame de la Garde Basilica, and get local tips from your guide. Finish the tour in the charming Le Panier neighborhood, packed with cafes and restaurants. This tour is ideal for visitors who are short on time, but want to get a comprehensive tour of the city.
Leave the hassles of driving, navigating, and translating to your guide on this day trip from Marseille to Sault – the world’s lavender capital. See Provence’s stories lavender fields and visit ancient hilltop villages with a guide. View the rolling purple hills, see ancient cliff-top villages and have time to explore on your own and visit a lavender producer.
Discover the rich traditions and flavors of Rhône Valley wine country on a guided wine-tasting tour from Avignon. With a small group of fellow wine enthusiasts, spend a half day visiting one or two distinguished wine estates in the Châteauneuf-du-Pape territory to sample and learn about local varietals. Your excursion includes fascinating estate tours and intimate tasting sessions in a breathtaking natural setting.
Take in the stunning French countryside on a half-day tour of Provence’s lavender fields from Avignon. In a small group, wind through undulating hills and fragrant seas of lavender, stop in the charming village of Sault to peruse local soaps, flowers, essential oils, and honey. Visit a lavender producer and discover the fascinating distillation process and learn the benefits of lavender essential oil. You will also enjoy multiple photo stops throughout Sault and the surrounding lavender fields.
Discover the bounty and beauty of Rhône Valley wine country on a guided wine-tasting tour from Avignon. With a small group of fellow wine lovers, spend a full day visiting esteemed wine estates near Mont Ventoux, Tavel, and Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Meet local vintners, sample wines and olive oils, and savor a picnic lunch of local products while marveling at the stunning Provençal countryside.