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Nestled between Marseille and Cassis, the creeks are a must in the region. Turquoise water, fine or pebble sand, small coves, it is the ideal place to sunbathe, go hiking, explore the seabed and enjoy its biodiversity, or even do nautical activities such as kayaking. & Nbsp ;

The Camargue

La Camarque is open to all nature and animal lovers. Come and discover its pink flamingos, its bulls and its birds, go hiking between the ponds, horseback riding on the beach, and enjoy its villages and its gastronomy with Camargue rice.

Big cities to visit in Provence

Marseille, Aix en Provence, Arles, Salon de Provence ... So many great names characteristic of the region. These cities all have their own particularity, their history, their architecture and their landscape. Whether Marseille with its old port and its cathedral, Aix en Provence and its many squares and fountains, Arles and its amphitheater and its ruins, Salon de Provence and its soap makers circuit.

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Lavender fields

Like its olive trees, lavender is a symbol of Provence. Its flowering lasts the time of a summer, when festivals multiply to celebrate "the soul of Haute Provence" as Giono said. Stroll through the fields of lava on foot or by bike, enjoy its perfume and its oil, visit Sénanque Abbey and discover all these small villages.

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Mountain hikes

The region is suitable for all mountain lovers. Between the Sainte Victoire mountain on the side of Aix en Provence, the Gardon gorges and its canyon towards Nimes, or the Mont Ventoux classified by UNESCO, there is a lot to do to enjoy this territory with family or friends.

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Just like the southwest, the southeast has a lot to offer for its gastronomy. Its specialties are numerous and are not limited to its olive oil and olives. Discover as an aperitif its anchoïade and its tapenade, then as a starter its panisse as well as its pesto soup, as a dish its Provençal tomatoes and its bouillabaisse, and finally indulge yourself with its sweet specialties such as its calissons.

Gard's Bridge

Located not far from Nîmes, the Pont du Gard is a three-level bridge intended for the passage of a Roman aqueduct. Built in the 1st century, it is the highest known aqueduct bridge in the Roman world and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Come and visit this place which has been brilliantly fitted out with a museum, exhibitions, films and outdoor natural spaces.

Wine tour

Like the southwest, the southeast also has a lot to offer with its wine. We organize a tailor-made wine tour for you to discover the wine of Provence, from the famous rosé to the renowned Côte-de-Provence. Contact us for more information.