Full day Tour to Avignon, Villeneuve lès Avignon, Les Baux de Provence and Saint Rémy de Provence
Visit the best of Provence in one day for a unique experience !
First let's go back in history! In the 14th century, Avignon was the seat of the papacy.
The Palais des Papes, an austere-looking fortress, dominates the city, the surrounding ramparts and the remains of a 12th-century bridge over the Rhône.
In the 6th century the Benedictine abbey of St André was founded on Mount Andaon, and the village which grew up round it took its name. The city itself was founded by Philippe le Bel and boasts a castle he built, Fort Saint-André.
Les Baux de Provence with Its paved streets, renaissance houses will amaze you!
It offers spectacular views of the vines, the olive groves, the Camargue… as far as the sea !
Located in the heart of the National park of the Alpilles, Saint Rémy is one of the must of Provence.
Its verdant valleys and subtly perfumed, its beautiful houses restored with taste and its charming old streets have made its success . . . The ruins of the Roman city of Glanum, including a triumphal arch, can still be seen on the southern outskirts of the city.


- Pick-up at your location place
- Drive to Avignon
- Guided tour in the old city center and visit the Palais des Papes (tickets at the entrance of palace)
- Romanesque Cathedral of Notre-Dame-des-Doms
- Doms Garden In the heart of the city, atop the Rocher des Doms, a beautuiful English-style public garden which provides gorgeous views over the countryside, the Rhone plains and Mont Ventoux
- Lunch at you convenience whenever in Avignon
- Drive to Villeneuve lès Avignons
- Visit the Fort Saint-André on Mont Andaon (ticket at the entrance of fort)
- Drive to Les Baux de Provence
- Wander in the hilltop Renaissance village and admire the ruins of the castle
- Drive to Saint Rémy de Provence
- Walking tour in the paved streets with art galleries and restaurants with outdoor terraces
- Antiques of Glanum
- Way back to your location