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Private Provence Tour: Luberon Villages and Lavender Day Trip from Avignon
"In the morning or afternoon you’ll be picked up from your Avignon hotel and taken by air-conditioned mini-coach to the Luberon region located about 1.5 hours away. Stretching 30 miles (48 km) along a ridge of rugged hills east of Avignon Luberon is home to some of France's most appealing hill towns and lush landscapes.From your private vehicle admire views of villages and castles perched on cliffs that cascade down to sprawling lavender fields. Stop in the 12th-century village of Oppède-le-Vieux whose old buildings cling to a rocky hill. Explore the shadowy narrow streets as your knowledgeable guide points out the remains of city ramparts and a medieval castle. Continue to the colorful village of Roussillon which lies within the borders of the Parc Naturel Régional du Luberon and is noted for its large ochre ridge. You’ll be struck by the unique yellow
From EUR38.00
Small-Group Tour of Noilly Prat Vermouth Cellar with Tasting in Marseillan
"Starting in the morning or in the afternoon push the door of a cellar and observe the incredible Enclos an enormous open air cellar. Succumb to the scents of plants and spices from all over the world in the Herboristerie and then learn about the famous “dodinage” (mixing) technique. You will be seduced by the various flavors of wood herbs and spices and the cellar master will tell you more about the production history.  Here is the program of your tour :- Historic tour of the house- Guided tasting of the whole Noilly Prat collection- Perfect Serve Demonstration- Brand Mu""
From EUR8.00
Private Provence Tour: In the Footsteps of the Romans
"You’ll be picked up from your Avignon hotel for your morning or afternoon tour. Travel by air-conditioned mini-coach through the beautiful Provençal countryside as your guide begins to explain the mysteries of Provence’s ancient Roman history. Your f between the cities of Uzès and Nîmes. Dating back to the 1st century BC the aqueduct was built to supply water to Nîmes and its most famous stretch is the Pont du Gard which carried fresh water over splendid arches across the River Gardon. Visit the Pont du Gard to get an up-close look at this UNESCO World Heritage site and learn why and how it was built. An incredible engineering feat this was the tallest bridge ever built by the Romans rising 160 feet (49 meters).Back aboard the mini-coach
From EUR38.00

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