Provence & French Riviera

Provence and the French Riviera, located in the southeast of France, offer a unique blend of natural beauty, rich history, and glamorous coastal living.

Discover Roman history, visit the Palace of the Popes and follow in Van Gogh's footsteps in this charming region. Our Provence tours make it easy for you to discover one of the most visited regions of France.

Explore the historic Avignon known for the Palace of Popes. Visit the historic Pont du Gard or enjoy a panoramic tour of the lavender fields in Luberon during summer. Stay in one of our comfortable hotels in Provence located in Avignon, Aix-en-Provence and Saint-Remy-de-Provence.

Boarding the Mediterranean, combining luxury, beauty and stunning shades of blue is the fabulous French Riviera. Known worldwide as the coastal retreat of the rich and famous, the French Riviera offers a multitude of wonders ranging from mountain-top villages to golden beaches. Marseille delights visitors with its swanky museums and yachtfilled docks, St. Tropez with its sandy beaches and hot night life, and of course Cannes with its elegant architecture and vibrant party scene. The charm of the French Riviera doesn’t stop there though. Beyond the glitz and glam, historical and cultural treasures await curious travellers, including Nice’s Vielle Ville (Old Town) and Le Negresco with its collection of over 6,000 artefacts.

From breathtaking countryside to vibrant, bustling cities, the Rhone Valley offers a wide array of exciting experiences sure to delight travellers looking to immerse in France’s wine industry, rich culture and proud history. The region stretches from the grand city of Lyon, France’s third largest city, to the north of the town of Orange in Provence, the very same span of land where armies during Charlemagne’s time traversed France from north to south and vice versa. 

Helpful Information

When to visit

Provence & French Riviera can be visited all year long. With a mild climate, you will enjoy a really nice weather from March through to October with hotter months being July and August.

Rhone Valley has a similar climate - except when you get close to the beautiful Alps mountain range you may encounter a cooler weather. 

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