Why should you visit?
Antique Architecture and Art
Structures like the Pont du Gard and the Vaison-la-Romaine are true pieces of art and architecture that was made hundreds of years ago.
The wind blows down from the Alps, and the temperature paints the sky beautiful colors. The town is full of places to take aesthetic photos.
Many famous artists are drawn to the beauty of Provence, such as Rénoir, Cézanne, Picasso, and Van Gogh.
Lavender is the iconic flower of Provence. There is even a Lavender Museum in the town.
Provence, France has been a major exporter of wine for over 2500 years. The town is named for its rose wine produced in this region.
How to Get There and Where to Stay
A flight to Provence is about 11 – 13 hours long. There are many hotels in Provence, but the best place to stay would depend on what the person would want to see.
The La Bastide de Moustiers is an excellent place to stay to see the lavender fields and to see wildlife Hôtel L’Estelle en Camargue is the place to go.
Reviews- What Other Explorers Have to Say
“The lavender was in full bloom and we got to spend quite a bit of time in the fields. We were in Aix-en-Provence for two hours to explore the town, then went to Valensole and then finally to the Lavender fields. The flowers were in bloom and it was a spectacular sight. Then we stopped at a local lavender/honey/olive oil producer for some tastings. Overall it was worth it and I would totally recommend it.”
The Castles, bridges,food and wine, all excellent places if you want history, scenic views and vibes. Thank you so much for the history book that came alive for me. It was the best thing we did in France, even in the off season. Really gave us a sense of history and spirit.
“The scene was great! The lavender fields in the rural Southern France was amazing. It coloured the countryside with purple, pink and together with the blue sky, these formed one of the best memory of my travel life. The guide was amazing that she had much knowledge about the area and told a lot of stories. The trip was brilliant.”