• Gastronomic offers
• Public gardens
• Hiking departures
• 2 cinemas within the city
• 1 Opera house
• Pont du Gard
• Arènes de Nîmes
NEARBY TOWNS :
• Nîmes (30mn)
• Aix-en-Provence (1h)
• Marseille (1h)
• Montpellier (1h)
• Lyon (2h30)
Tourism, leisure and activities in Provence
Incentince activities around your event
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We assist you in the organisation of your activities in Provence.
Culture & Heritage
- Visit of the Palace of the Popes, museums in and around Avignon, excursion to the Pont du Gard, villages of Provence (Alpilles, Luberon…), visit of lavender fields…
Wine & Olive Oil
- Visit of superb vineyards of the region, wine tasting… Oil mills and tasting
- Culinary activities, cooking classes…
Wellness & Zen
- Yoga, pilates, sports coaching, relaxing massages…
Sport & nature
Mountain bike, electric bike, electric scooter, hiking
Tourism, leisure and activities in Provence during your stay
When you stay in Avignon, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, you won’t know where to start…
The Palais des Papes, the largest gothic building of the Middle Ages, the Pont Saint-Bénézet (the famous Pont d’Avignon!), the city and its magnificent historic heart with its cobbled streets and many museums (Musée Angladon, Collection Lambert, Musée du Petit Palais, Le Palais du Roure, Musée Calvet…)
The Avignon Festival in July, the biggest theatre event in the world.
Stay at Le Complot and discover “in a star” the many activities in Provence…
- The Ventoux region, the Dentelles de Montmirail and the wines of Châteauneuf-du-Pape !
Villages of the Côtes du Rhône (Gigondas, Vacqueyras, Séguret, Rasteau, Beaumes-de-Venise…) without forgetting the famous Châteauneuf-du-Pape vineyard.
Magnificent hikes in the Dentelles and in the perched villages…
Mountain biking, wine roads…
- Discover the Alpilles…
The Alpilles with the village of Baux-de-Provence, Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, the Carrières de Lumières…
Aix-en-Provence, Marseille and its rocky inlet are only 1 hour away.
Further south, a change of region and landscape with the superb Camargue…
Land of pink flamingos, bulls and free-roaming white horses, the Camargue is a “Must Go” for lovers of nature, fauna and flora.
On the way, a stop in Arles, the capital of the Camargue, with its ancient treasures… a UNESCO world heritage site and its famous international photo exhibition.
- Discovery of the Luberon Regional Park
With its magnificent perched villages and the most beautiful villages in France (Gordes, Lourmarin, Lacoste, Bonnieux…).
From June, the landscape of lavender as far as the eye can see and the traditional markets of Provence.
For lovers of antiques and second-hand goods, direction to l’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue all year to unearth treasures. Two major annual events are not to be missed in April and November.
- Emblematic Pont-du-Gard and superb Occitanie region
Avignon is at the gateway to Occitania and its treasures…
The Pont-du-Gard, a Unesco World Heritage site, Uzès, a medieval town of the Gard with its emblematic Saturday morning market.
The region is also Nîmes la Romaine, Tavel, the village of the 1st Rosé of France, Anduze and their famous potteries.
- Light and colour all year.
- Superb soil
- Fields of olive trees and lavender as far as the eye can see
- Small and large Provencal markets all year.
All the beauties of our region cannot be listed but our team is here to advise you during your stay among the best activities in Provence!