Things to See and Do in




Provence is famous the world over for its colourful landscapes and its relaxed way of life, not to mention its tantalising regional produce and cuisine. The region still retains a strong cultural identity, most evident in its year-round events calendar. Whether you are a newcomer or an old-hand, Provence has plenty to offer.

To make your search easier we have divided the Provence into smaller bite-sized chunks. Click on the area of your choice to find more information on its beautiful sights, picturesque villages, relaxing beaches and tempting restaurants!

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    Aix-en-Provence, Brignoles & Draguinan

     This region is largely known for its very impressive and extensive amount of culture and architecture. It is home to the European Capital of Culture, where you can find some of the most "traditional" towns and villages ...

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    Avignon, Orange & Arles

     The region of Avignon, Orange and Arles is one of the most popular destinations in Provence, thanks to some of the most beautiful nature in Southern France. Known for its vineyards and lavender fields, with the Rhone and the Camargue ...

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    Haute Provence is one of the most beautiful regions in the South of France in terms of nature. Whilst exploring this region you'll come across some of the most incredible scenes from breathtaking gorges and mountains to lavender and sunflower fields ...

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    Marseille, Cassis & Martigues

    This stunning coastline is squeezed between the sandy beaches of the Languedoc and the famous French Riviera. This diverse stretch of coast is home to some of the most picturesque villages and the stunning rugged coast of Les Calanques ...