Our destinations in ProvencePure well-being
Pioneers of 'The Good Life', the region combines tradition and relaxation to satisfy all your senses. From Aix-en-Provence, the 'city of water', to bustling Marseilles, this region will definitely delight you with its beautiful landscapes!
Amid the turbulent mistral and the shrill of the cicada, discover the ancient kingdom of France and the possessions of popes between the Vaucluse and Gard regions. This area is home to two major attractions: the Papal Palace in Avignon described as the 'Peal of Joy' by Fréderic Mistral, and the Pont du Gard bridge rising above the solitude of the garrigue scrubland.
Incredibly, Aix-en-Provence was once a Roman city, but without monuments from this period. In 2004 its ancient theatre was uncovered, still wonderfully preserved. Until it opens to the public in the very distant future, Aix and its gentle way of life can be experienced in the bustling cafes of the Cours Mirabeau, and its Cézanne tour.
A city of contrasts with its old districts, sunlit coastal road and unspoilt coves that plunge into a deep blue sea along 20 km of coastline as far as La Ciotat. Marseille radiates throughout Provence, a key cultural and economic player. Discover its wild beauty and enjoy its indulgence…