The region

Le Pavillon Vert

Welcome to the heart of Provence

Provence, the enchanting region of southern France, is a veritable jewel that dazzles visitors with its beauty and timeless charm.

Famous for its lavender fields in full bloom, terraced vineyards and picturesque villages with sun-drenched facades, Provence offers an authentic and soothing experience.

Between the spectacular landscapes of the Alpilles and Luberon, the Provençal markets brimming with local delicacies, and the historic remains, this region evokes a gentle blend of tradition and modernity.

The narrow, winding streets are home to hidden treasures, while the Mediterranean cuisine perfumes the air with its bewitching flavours.

Provence is a destination where culture, nature and well-being meet, inviting travellers to lose themselves in the magic of this corner of paradise.

The must-haves


Immerse yourself in the magic of Avignon's inner city, where cobbled streets guide you past centuries-old churches, picturesque paddlewheels in the Rue des Teinturiers, the lively Place de l'Horloge with its Town Hall and Opera House, the legendary Pont Saint-Bénézet, and undoubtedly, the majestic Palais des Papes which stands proudly overlooked by the Jardin des Doms, creating an enchanting atmosphere steeped in history and beauty.


Beyond the Rhône, Villeneuve-lès-Avignon has a rich heritage to offer, including the majestic Chartreuse monastery, the imposing fort, the historic Saint-André Abbey and the Tour Philippe Le Bel, which bears witness to the past. The harmony between its historic remains, the tranquillity of its narrow streets, and the breathtaking view over the Rhône creates a unique experience, inviting you to discover a real nugget nestled on the other side of the river.

The Pont du Gard

Just 15 minutes from Avignon, Villeneuve-lès-Avignon offers picturesque walks, magical views and the chance to kayak down the River Gardon. Continue your journey to discover the Duchy of Uzès, a unique gem in France, where an imposing castle and a magnificent village centre transport you back in time. Along the way, don't miss the chance to take a gourmet break at the famous Haribo sweets factory!

The Luberon

To the east of Avignon, discover a succession of exceptionally beautiful hilltop villages: Gordes, Roussillon, Bonnieux, Lacoste, Ménerbe, Oppède, Lourmarin, and all the way to the sub-prefecture of Apt, famous for its delicious candied fruit. After a gourmet break in Apt, continue your exploration towards Manosque, where the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence invite you on an unforgettable visual and cultural adventure.

L'Isle sur la Sorgue

La Petite Venise and the surrounding area are waiting for you to stroll through the town centre, which is criss-crossed by the river Sorgue and its paddlewheels, its watershed and its world-famous antique shops; but don't forget to go as far as the village of Fontaine de Vaucluse, where you'll find the famous Vallis Clausa (which gave its name to the Vaucluse département) and the resurgence of the Sorgue that Captain Cousteau made famous by diving into it in 1947.

The Alpilles

The Alpilles region in the south of France opens its doors to you for rich walks among the olive trees and within its massif of small, steep and charming mountains. Take the small road from Maillane to Les Baux de Provence, visit the famous Carrières de Lumière and enjoy the medieval village of Les Baux. On the way back, a stopover in Saint-Rémy de Provence is a must, where you can enjoy the town centre and the Glanum archaeological site.

The Camargue

The Camargue is further south, with a visit to Arles, famous for its Roman museum, its ancient theatre and its arena, then on to Les Saintes Marie de la Mer where the Mediterranean awaits you, less than an hour from Avignon. Other towns well worth a visit include Aigues-Mortes with its ramparts and Place Saint-Louis, Port Camargue with its marina, Le Grau du Roi and, further afield, La Grande Motte with its... special architecture!

To Orange...

To the north, don't forget the town of Orange, famous for its ancient theatre where the Chorégies Opera Festival is held in July. Its pedestrianised town centre is charming, and a stroll around the park on the Sainte Eutrope hill is a must, as well as around the ancient arch on the N7. Don't forget to make a diversion to Châteauneuf-du-Pape and its famous vineyards. Finally, head for the famous Mont Ventoux in the footsteps of the illustrious Tour de France riders.

Towards Marseille...

To the south, explore Aix-en-Provence with its Festival of Lyric Art and its museums, including Granet and the Vasarely Foundation. Marseille, a must-see, reveals its beauty between the Calanques, the blue coast and the Garlaban Massif. Urban gems such as the Vieux Port, the city centre, the Bourse, the Opera House, the Corniche, the Mucem, and picturesque districts such as Estaque and the Vallon des Auffes make this an exceptional destination.

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