For many people, Provence represents an unparalleled art de vivre, a place full of sun, festivals and cultural gems.
Saint Rémy de Provence:
Discover the traditional market, Nostradamus’s house, museum and the ruins of Glanum.
A buzzing Mediterranean hub set under the benevolent gaze of Notre-Dame de la Garde.
A typical Provençal village, located at the foot of the Luberon Massif, with its Castle, and also home to the Robert Laurent Vibert Foundation.
Calanques National Park:
A gem on the outskirts of Marseille. 20 km of delightful white cliffs towering above the sea. The Calanques, a natural paradise, ideal for sporting activities, hiking, climbing, canoeing, swimming, diving and a whole lot more...
In summer the region comes alive, thanks to events such as the Arles Photography Festival, Avignon Theatre Festival, Aix Opera Festival and the Roque d’Anthéron International Piano Festival.