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  • From Avignon: Private Wine Tour in the Cotes du Rhone

    1. From Avignon: Private Wine Tour in the Cotes du Rhone

    Experience a full-day tour in the west of Avignon for a discovery of Tavel's vineyards. Enjoy a typical Provence lunch on a beautiful terrace in Châteauneuf-du-Pape or choose to partake in a gastronomic French lunch from €32 per person consisting of fresh seasonal products, on the terrace or in the beautiful dining room.  After lunch, have a short visit to the old "New Castle" for a quick history lesson followed by the best wineries in Chateauneuf du Pape, which is one of the world's most famous and renowned wines of the Cotes du Rhône. Visit some of the most prestigious wine cellars. Have a guided tour of the vineyards first to discover the wine making process and the terroir type and then taste several reds and whites of different years. Finally end a great day by heading to the wine museum, where you can finalize your initiation of the Côtes du Rhône with the audio-guide, before the...

  • From Avignon: Magic Luberon Private Tour

    2. From Avignon: Magic Luberon Private Tour

    Enjoy a hotel pick-up at around 08:30 (hotels located in downtown Avignon) and get ready for your 9-hour journey through Luberon.  First, stop at Fontaine de Vaucluse and admire this charming village by the river Sorgue. Walk up to its spring, one of the biggest of Europe and then walk down the cliff. Then, go to Sénanque Abbey and take beautiful pictures of this typical 12th-century abbey surrounded by lavender fields.  Your next step is Gordes. After the photo stop at the "belvedere", visit this famous hilltop village made of local dry stones, and explore the flourishing Provencal market on Tuesday. Then head off to the Provencal village of Roussillon, which weaves its spell throughout the year, as the shades of ochre of the houses and the ground vary with the sunlight. This is where you will take your lunch break (not included).  In the afternoon, enjoy a visit to the perched villa...

    My partner and I had a brilliant 2-person private tour through the Luberon region this July (2017), setting off from Avignon. The best aspects of the tour can be summarised thus: -A friendly, knowledgeable, humorous and interesting guide who tackled questions on history and everyday life in the region -Not having to drive, especially through the narrow streets of the hill-top towns -Having the opportunity to select exactly what we wanted to do and for how long, and to be able to divert from the planned route whenever we wished -Avoiding the worst of the tourist crush by setting out early It's not the lowest cost way of seeing the region of course, but totally worth it.

  • Avignon: Full-Day Roman & Medieval Provencal Heritage

    3. Avignon: Full-Day Roman & Medieval Provencal Heritage

    Meet your guide at 9:00 AM and start your Provence tour by the visit of Saint Remy de Provence. Explore the Provencal market on Wednesday, or have a look at the reproductions of Van Gogh works near the asylum where he stayed for one year.   Your next step is Les Baux de Provence, a typical Provencal village that used to be a medieval stronghold. The paved streets and the amazing panorama will charm you. Then, head off to to Arles and visit the Roman monuments such as arenas or follow in the footsteps of Van Gogh in this rich historical and cultural city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Afterwards, have your lunch break (not included). Go to the Pont du Gard where you will discover the famous Roman aqueduct. After a historical comment, you can walk around to find your best photo spot. Finally, enjoy a visit to a wine museum in a reconstituted roman antic winery on an archeological site....

  • Original Provence in One Day: Private Tour

    4. Original Provence in One Day: Private Tour

    After pick-up at your downtown Avignon accommodation, or the central meeting point, your guide will take you to the first stop. Fontaine de Vaucluse is a beautiful village located by the river Sorgue. Walk up to its renowned spring, one of the biggest in Europe. Visit Gordes and take wonderful pictures at the belvedere before visiting this famous hilltop village made of local dry stones. On Tuesdays you will have the opportunity to explore the Provencal market. Visit the Lavender Museum (entrance included) and learn about the culture and traditional heritage of lavender. Then it is time to head off to the next village: Roussillon. The enchantment of this Provencal village weaves its spell throughout the year, as the shades of ochre of the houses and the ground vary with the sunlight. Have a walk in the traditional market on Thursdays. After your lunch break (at your own expense), move...

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Perfect stress-free way to see some of the best of Provence

My partner and I had a brilliant 2-person private tour through the Luberon region this July (2017), setting off from Avignon. The best aspects of the tour can be summarised thus: -A friendly, knowledgeable, humorous and interesting guide who tackled questions on history and everyday life in the region -Not having to drive, especially through the narrow streets of the hill-top towns -Having the opportunity to select exactly what we wanted to do and for how long, and to be able to divert from the planned route whenever we wished -Avoiding the worst of the tourist crush by setting out early It's not the lowest cost way of seeing the region of course, but totally worth it.

Very nice winetour for 8 people!

We had a greit time on our winetour! Gilles was a nice guide and the lunch on the chateau was fantastic! Everything went smooth and we found some good wines to bring back home!