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 France Package All Provence Pocketvox


Package - About 2 days and a half for the 7 visits and the lecture

The Provence is one of the most charming regions in France because it perfectly gathers beautiful landscapes and cities with a glorious past. Here is our selection of sites that must absolutely be visited.

- During our tour in Gordes and the Bories, you will discover charming villages and their particularities: the first one is perched on a rocky peak and the second one is a deserted village.

- Our second walk in the Luberon valley will enable us to visit Fontaine de Vaucluse, Roussillon and the Ochre Path and admire wonderful landscapes.

- Avignon became famous in the Middle-Ages when it became a residence of the Popes. You will notice the influence of the religion everywhere in the architecture of the city.

- Arles is one of the best examples of a French Roman city and will enchant you thanks to its charming streets, its large squares and its impressive monuments.

- Our tour of the Alpilles will make you travel through history: from the Antiquity with the site of the Antiques to the Middle-Ages with the villages of Baux-de-Provence and St-Paul-de-Mausole.

- You will explore Aix-en-Provence by strolling in its streets, on its squares and discovering the facades of its monuments.

- The visit of the château de Lourmarin and the Silvacane abbey will enable us to discover a part of Aix countryside and to mention the Renaissance and Romanesque styles.

- The lecture about Cezanne will enable us to better understand the life and works of this painter, who was often influenced by the landscapes of the Provence.

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