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From summiting Mount Ventoux at sunset to an authentic farm-to-table lunch of Provençal specialties, here are the top 10 reasons to hike Provence with us.
See Provence from its timeless hiking trails, far from the crowds. One of our favorites is the hidden path that leads to a bluff overlooking the enchanting village of Les Baux de Provence.
Summit Mont Ventoux for sunset views of the Alps and the Rhône Valley. When you add an authentic chalet dinner near the top—open just for us—you get a truly unforgettable experience.
Homemade lunch at Lola’s. Visit Lolo Mauron’s farm—a treasure trove of Roman tools and centuries-old farming equipment. For our group, he cooks a feast of Provençal specialties.
Explore 3,000 years of history at Buoux Fort. Hike up in the Lubéron to discover the centuries-old ruins of a safe haven settlement used by the Celts, Ligurians, and Romans, to name a few.
Savor picnic lunches of fresh Provençal specialties. Our guides pride themselves on their Provençal picnics, and they know the best markets for fresh cheese, charcuterie, and produce.
Take an exclusive private tour of the famed Sénanque Abbey. This 12th-century Cistercian abbey surrounded by lavender fields is perhaps the most iconic site in all of Provence.
Stroll through the vines in Châteauneuf-du-Pape, one of the Rhône Valley’s most prestigious wine villages. Amble past some of the village’s most fabled estates, and enjoy a tasting at a top winery.
Soak up the bustle of market day in Vaison-la-Romaine. Most villages in Provence have a market day when locals can buy their produce for the week. Meander among the stalls and lively crowds.
Visit a working herbes de provence farm and sit down to a farm-to-table dinner. Farmer Paula takes us through her plantations, then we’ll enjoy a meal featuring the herbs from her gardens.
Enjoy the splendors of Provence from the comfort of hand-picked boutique hotels. Why not stay in style? The accommodations we’ve selected are small, family-run, and brimming with charm.