Experience Provence: Villages, Vineyards, and Views

Things to Do

From its breathtaking landscapes to its vibrant history, Provence is a region that captivates the senses. Explore the highlights and discover why Provence is renowned worldwide.

Provence is famous worldwide for its stunning natural beauty, featuring craggy limestone hills, vineyards, orchards, olive groves, and forested valleys. The region is also famous for its charming medieval hilltop villages and unique historical sites, some dating back to the Roman era.

The diverse and well-preserved nature of Provence offers a wide range of activities for relaxation and rejuvenation. Whether you’re exploring the scenic landscapes or engaging in outdoor adventures, you’ll find plenty of opportunities to take a break and enjoy the fresh air.

Several villages in Provence are listed among the ‘most beautiful villages of France’. Each village, though often small, has its own distinct charm and character, making them well worth a visit. The small cities are utterly charming, lively, and colorful, offering a stroll through time with their Roman, Medieval, Gothic, and Renaissance influences.

Heritage & Culture

Explore superb perched villages, rich history, vibrant colors, and captivating scents. Discover the many facets of Provence’s heritage and culture.

Nature, Sports & Activities

Nestled in the heart of Provence, our home offers access to some of the most beautiful natural landscapes. Enjoy hiking, wildlife watching, and numerous sports activities, all set against the backdrop of the Vaucluse and Luberon mountains.

Traditional and Cultural Festivals

From the internationally renowned theatre festival in Avignon to the charming lavender fairs, Provence offers a diverse array of cultural experiences.

Local Producers & Artisans

Experience the best of Provence by visiting local producers and artisans. From honey makers to winemakers, you’ll find not only excellent products but also passionate people eager to share their craft.

Man sorting olives for olive oil