Luxury Travel in France: Provence and Camargue

Travel to Provence and Camargue with us

Van Gogh produced over 150 paintings of this rich and fascinating corner of France. The typical Plane trees sheltering the traveller from the sun he painted in rich glowing oils, the ancient streets winding their way to picturesque squares and markets filled with local produce, cheeses, lavender and olive oil. Take a step off the beaten track and explore the área with an expert local guide.


A chance to tour the villages perched on the hill tops of the Luberon valley, such as Isle sur Sorgue, Gordes or Roussillon, or to wander the streets of Avignon. The tour can offer a cookery course and the chance to make local delicacies such as pissaladiere or bouillabaisse, or to visit the vinyards such as Chateauneuf-du-Pape with it’s 13th century cellar. Follow the footsteps of Van Gogh to St Pauls’s Mausoleum where he painted so many of his most beloved pictures, as well as visiting the most wonderful traditional restaurants.


Travel to Arles, the UNESCO listed city captured by the Van Gogh painting Le café du nuit. From Arles, it is a few short miles south into the Carmargue. You begin to feel the sensations as you move into Western Europe’s largest river delta, with it’s many roads and paths crossing the marshland. With it’s 400 species of birds and unique breeds of horses and bulls, the area is famous as a natural reserve of unique biodiversity.
Ride a horse across the marshes or along the sandy beaches, and travel by bicycle to access the hidden corners of this fascinating landscape.

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