Provence in One Day

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This Provence in One Day tour takes you to some of the most picturesque villages and sites of Provence. The tour departs from Avignon and makes stops at the Pont du Gard, Les Baux de Provence, the Antiques in Saint Rémy de Provence, and some of the most beautiful villages of the Lubéron.

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Provence in One Day Highlights

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  • Tour days: Daily (No tours on May 1, December 25, January 1 and no Sunday tour November through March)
  • Departure point: From your Avignon accommodations
  • Tour duration: 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM from April through October, and 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM November through March
  • Tour name:  Tour 1
  • Tour size: maximum 8 guests
  • Meals: Free time for lunch (not included)

Your tour begins with the following stops:

  • Pont du Gard – the best preserved Roman aqueduct, dating from the first century, and an UNESCO heritage site
  • Les Baux de Provence – a beautiful medieval village with houses dating to the 16th century, the St. Vincent church, and romanesque-style buildings
  • Antiques in Saint Rémy de Provence, a Triumphal Arch and Mausoleum – these are located south of Saint Rémy de Provence in an olive field. They are ruins from the Roman city of Glanum; Market in Saint Rémy on Wednesday tour.

Your Provence in One Day tour also shows you some of the most beautiful villages of the Lubéron, including:

  • Roussillon – famous for its red and yellow ochre cliffs and unusual natural landscape; market on Thursday tour
  • Gordes – a perched, hilltop village that is made completely of dry stone and ranks among the most beautiful villages in France; market on Tuesday tour
  • Lavender Museum visit – located near Gordes, you’ll learn about lavender, the flower symbol of Provence. Includes a lavender distillation demonstration (July to August ).
  • Sénanque Abbey – between June 15th and July 15th, have a photo stop to take pictures of the blooming lavender fields
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