Provence's picture-perfect reputation exists in so many different, but equally stunning forms.

Rocky mountains flatten into sweeping farmlands, eventually giving way to the dramatic and wild coastline.

3 days and 2 nights getaway in Provence

This itinerary is an schedule example - we can tailor the trip to your preferences

Day 1 — visit Avignon city (2 hours private tour)

The Palais des Papes, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is an exclusive witness to the time when the papal seat moved to France.


After visiting the Palace, walk to the Parc du Palais des Papes, on the top of Rocher des Doms, for some fresh air and great views. The Rocher des Doms is the highest point of the city on which the Palace was built. The Ramparts of Avignon are listed as UNESCO World Heritage, and they were built between 1355-1370 to protect the city from the assaults of mercenaries. 


After visiting the Pont d’Avignon, enter the walled city through the Porte du Rocher and wander around the narrow medieval streets at your own pace. 


- Place de l’Horloge, the heart of the city, with the City Hall and the Opera-Theater built in the 19th century 

- Hotel des Monnaies (Place du Palais), with its beautiful Baroque façade, is also listed UNESCO World Heritage 

- Quartier de la Balance, which still has some houses of the 15th century. It is a lively neighborhood with shops of regional products and souvenirs 

- Rue Petite Fusterie, with beautiful private mansions built in the 17th and 18th centuries 

- Rue des Teinturiers, with its 19th-century water mills for the tanneries, bookshops, and little restaurants 

- Les Halles, which hosts the city’s covered market

Day 2 — Luberon villages


·       During this full day tour, you'll discover plenty of small villages of this beautiful region such as :


- The best kept-secret: Goult 

- The most beloved by the cinema: Cucuron

- The best Luberon village for eating out: Bonnieux 

- The most picturesque Luberon village: Gordes

- The best village for outdoor cafés and people watching: Lourmarin

- The most insta-friendly Luberon village: Roussillon

- The most frozen in time: Lacoste

- The village with the highest views: Saignon

- The most unexpected Luberon village: Ansouis

- The best for doorways: St-Saturnin

- The most unaffected by tourism: Viens

- The most harmonious Luberon village: Vaugines

- The most haunting Luberon village: Oppede-le-Vieux

- The most arty Luberon village: Menerbes

- The most authentic Luberon village: Cadenet

- The most understated Luberon village: Maubec

- The tiniest Luberon village: Gignac


    A moment to appreciate unique and hidden gems of Provence far away from the main touristic areas! A nice way to learn more about the  traditional French culture and to share unbelievable moments with locals.




Day 3 - Lavender fields


·      In our opinion, the best spot to admire Lavender fields is Valensole, this is the most famous one in Provence and around the world. These purple flowers are everywhere in Plateau de Valensole and you really don't go wrong visiting this charming place. Provence's fields start to bloom in June - by the end of the month, most of the region's lavender will be flowering. The fields peak in early to mid-July. 



Starting from €5,150 for 2 persons - all taxes included 

What is included :



> 2 nights in a luxury guesthouse in the center of Avignon



> Breakfast at the hotel



> Palais des Papes
> Rocher des Doms

> Old town of Avignon
> Pont Saint-Bézénet or "Pont d'Avignon"



> 2 x train tickets from Paris to Avignon (1st class - 2h45mn)

> Private transfers for 2 people from Avignon to Luberon villages

> Private transfers for 2 people during "Lavender fields" full day



> 24/7 assistance during your stay 

> Personnalized tips for your stay, restaurant booking

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