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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Aix en Provence
Carry le Rouet
La Roque d'Anthéron
Les Baux de Provence
Saint Rémy de Provence
Saintes Maries de la Mer
OrganiserBelle Provence Minibus Deluxe
By minibus, By coach, Tourist vehicle
English, Spanish, Portuguese, German, French, Brazilian
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Alpilles on the wine route
If you're visiting the Alpilles, then take advantage of the opportunity to travel the Provençal wine route. Go out to meet passionate winegrowers and their exceptional, often organic, wines. You'll get to try artisanal jams in Maussane before venturing onwards to Mas de Gourgonnier in the Baux-de-Provence appellation. Next, head to Domaine de Vallongue and its broken stones (IGP Alpilles). Le Lézard Gourmand will make a refreshing change for lunch before an afternoon spent at Domaine Valdition with its gourmet on-site shop.
Martigues and Marigagne by Ma Cigale est Fantastique
The towns of Marignane and Martigues, situated between land and sea, sit proudly on the banks of the étang de Berre. We have all heard of Marignane airport, but we know little about the town itself, which is an interesting place to visit. The town centre is currently being renovated. Martigues, Provence’s answer to Venice, is an island criss-crossed by canals that connect it directly to the sea. Together we will (re)discover the charms of these little-known towns.
Salon-de-Provence, by So Girly Blog
Salon de Provence is known thanks to Nostradamus and is a typical Provencal town. Provencal architecture, designer clothes boutiques and a nod to Nostradamus, this is all waiting for you when you visit the town centre. Situated at 50 kilometres from Marseille, there are some beautiful cultural and historic discoveries to be made throughout the itinerary and which will allow you discover the town centre.