Marseille Aix-en-Provence, Camargue, Avignon, Alpilles
Guided tour - Dates and program to be confirmed
Excursions private until end 2010 minibus 8 passenger seats, wine tasting, multilanguages drivers. Full day, half-day trips tours: Marseille, Aix en Provence, Châteauneuf du Pape, authentic Camargue, Provence, Cassis, Nice, unusual sites bar of Venice, Monte Carlo...Olive oil and olives of Provence, cooking classes, the landscapes of Cezanne, Sainte Victoire, Cezanne and le Tholonet, the Sainte Baume and Saint Maximin, lle Thoronet, the Calanques, the Luberon, etc.
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OrganiserBelle Provence Minibus Deluxe
5 cours Jean Ballard
By minibus, By coach, Tourist vehicle
English, Spanish, Portuguese, German, French, Brazilian
- 04 91 33 74 09
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Dear old stones
Do you love old stone buildings and Provence? For this heritage tour, start your day at Marseille's Roman docks before heading to the modern and interactive Marseille history museum. Today's lunch recommendation is Une Table au Sud in the Old Port. It's very close to the city's archaeological museum, a fantastic way to get to grips with Marseille from today and back to the past. The following day, a morning at the Arles Antique museum will fly by until your lunch at Mas de la Fenière in the shade of mulberry trees. In Saint-Rémy, the ancient town of Glanum will bring your two-day tour to a wonderful conclusion.
Savouring the pleasures of Sainte-Victoire Mountain
Just a stone's throw from Aix-en-Provence, discover Sainte-Victoire mountain and the surrounding area with this gourmet tour bursting with flavour, giving pride of place to local food and wines and topped with stunning mountain scenery and pine woods. Incidentally, six centuries ago, the Good King René – an emblematic figure in Provence's history – declared that he would "drink no other wine than the rosé of Puyloubier". Come along and taste our delicious wines for yourself with MyProvence!
Alpilles, wine and oil in the Vallée des Baux-de-Provence
The Vallée des Baux is famed for its excellent wine and olive oil, so indulge yourself with both! A day in Les-Baux-de-Provence is a chance to get to know the land through the Baux-de-Provence and Alpilles appellations. From Domaine Dalmeran head out to see the mysterious Val d’Enfer which has inspired so many artists. At Mas Sainte-Berthe, take the time to feel the particular stony soil under foot before you enjoy delicious cuisine at La Cabro d’Or. The afternoon is dedicated to olive oil production with visits to Moulin Castelas and Mas de la Dame before finishing up at the Maussane cooperative. Time to hit the road!
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