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Rooms are extremely spacious, bright, airy and beautifully decorated. You comfort is assured with the finest modern fittings and a true attention to every detail. A simply stunning sanctuary. Aix en Provence is a stunningly beautiful place, originally a spa town founded by the Romans.
This is provincial France at its best. This morning, you have tour of the city after which you may explore as you wish. After breakfast you leave Aix and head for the nearby coast and the delta of the great River Rhone - the Camargue — now designated a National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty famed for its iconic black bulls, white horses and pink flamingos.
Although not very large today, in Roman times it was the imposing capital of Gaul, Britain and Spain with a range of monuments to match. Its preservation has been remarkable and on go on a fascinating walking tour you will see the forum, theatre and incredible amphitheatre plus much more of this superb city.
After some free time, you are then free to return to your hotel. This morning you head inland to the stunning scenery of the Luberon mountains. First of all, you cross the fertile plains adorned with olive and peach groves which change to rich vineyards on the lower slopes.
Once famous as the haunt of highwaymen, with the castle of the Marquis de Sade, it is now a much prized nature reserve. Vast wealth poured in to build churches, convents and elegant townhouses, but most of all the incredible Papal Palace. You have time to visit this imposing building which from the outside resembles a citadel rising from living rock flanked by turrets more than feet high.
Alternatively, there is the Petit Palais museum which houses an excellent collection of more than 1, paintings. You also visit the Pont du Gard, an amazing Roman aqueduct, wider than the Thames in London and one of the wonders of the ancient world. You then return to your hotel in Aix. Today have a free day to spend as you wish. Perhaps sample some local produce at one of the many markets to be found every morning tucked away on a pretty square, perhaps visit the brilliant Musee Granet with a gallery entirely devoted to Cezanne, plus works by Degas, Picasso, Renoir, Monet and host of others or the fascinating Museum of Natural History, exhibiting a collection of dinosaur eggs from the slopes of the nearby Mont Ste-Victoire.
Perhaps though, just relax with a book, the choice is yours! Today we head just south to the rugged Mediterranean Coast firstly visiting delightful La Ciotat, whose pretty painted houses rise in tiers overlooking the bay and old port. Along the coastline we start to discover the amazing contorted limestone coastline, carved by the sea into the most incredible almost contorted shapes, majestic needles, hidden coves and almost vertical milk-white cliffs plunging spectacularly into the deep blue sea.
This gorgeous bay has drawn many famous visitors over the years including Virginia Woolfe and Sir Winston Churchill, who took painting lessons here in the s. Riviera Travel has been providing luxury escorted tours for more than 34 years. Travel Brand of the Year in Travellers are delighted with the diversity of their tours, the professionalism and knowledge of the local guides, and the value for money Riviera Travel delivers.
Ninety-seven per cent of travellers book again. Solo travellers are also excellently catered for, with trips around the word. Please click here to view our supplier's terms and conditions. Home News Sport Business. Timeless Provence View gallery. Stroll around the harbour, stop for a drink at a cafe on the quay, or perhaps take a boat trip up the coast to explore the narrow inlets and gorges of the Parc National des Calanques payable locally. Spend today relaxing, or join our optional excursion to Nimes and Montpellier, with a stop en route for views of the magnificent aqueduct, 'Pont du Gard'.
Sometimes called the French Rome, Nimes became a Roman colony in 28BC and still boasts a two-tier amphitheatre, and one of the best-preserved Roman temples in the world - the Maison Carree.
A little way to the south-west, Montpellier is the fastest growing city in France - thanks largely to its three universities and other colleges. Pay a visit to the Musee Fabre entry payable locally to view one of the greatest collections of art in France, and wander the pedestrianised city centre, which radiates out from the oval expanse of the Place de la Comedie often simply called l'Oeuf. Our final included excursion takes us to Roman Arles.
Here, the superb archaeology includes a baths, a chariot racetrack and the famed Les Arenes arena. The great cathedral of St-Trophime and several museums add glamour to a city that inspired both Van Gogh and Gauguin. In the afternoon we'll head into the untamed marshland of the Camargue to explore a landscape of islands and lagoons where flocks of flamingoes sweep across the sky, and herds of black cattle are still protected by traditional herdsmen gardians from atop their white horses.
Make the most of your last full day in France - either in Avignon's streets and squares or on our optional excursion into the landscape immortalised in Peter Mayle's 'A Year In Provence'. Spend a relaxed day exploring sun-soaked medieval villages and market towns like Apt, Gordes and Bonnieux, and make the most of your final opportunities to enjoy the local produce.
Transfer back to the airport to check-in for your flight home. The transfer time from the airport to your hotel is approximately one hour and 30 minutes from Marseille Airport and two hours and 45 minutes from Nice Airport.
We sometimes need to combine transfers to and from your hotel. We always try to keep any wait to a minimum, but you may be asked to wait at the airport for up to an hour, while other incoming flights arrive, before the transfer to your hotel. Similarly, we may need to transfer you back to the airport up to three hours before your flight home departs. If you have notified us of any special requirements, please check that they have been noted and acknowledged. This is especially important with any dietary needs you may have.
Occasionally, for operational reasons, we may have to change the order of the excursions on your holiday. The final day-by-day itinerary will be confirmed on your Final Travel Documents, which you will receive approximately three weeks prior to your departure. The majority of our tours involve a certain amount of walking, including a short walk from the coach stop to the town, attraction or venue you're visiting. If you are bringing a wheelchair, please let us know at the time of booking so that appropriate arrangements can be made.
Should circumstances require, we reserve the right to accommodate you in alternative hotels, of a similar standard, nearby. Full details of your hotels will be sent with your Final Travel Documents. This holiday is also available by rail, travelling directly from London to Avignon by Eurostar. The transfer time from Avignon train station to the hotel is approximately 15 minutes.
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