South of France Travel Package

Enjoy your South of France Travel Package by visiting Nice, the French Riviera, San Remo-Italy, Hyeres, Aix en Provence, Gordes, Sault, Avignon, Arles, and Saint Remy de Provence

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What's Included in your South of France Travel Package

  • 4-Nights Accommodation in Nice, France
  • 4-Nights Accommodation in Aix en Provence, France
  • 5-Nights Accommodation in Avignon, France
  • 2-Nights Accommodation in Nice, France
  • Internal Car and Ferry Transportation
  • Tours and Attractions
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Your South of France Travel Package Itinerary

Day 1-4 Nice, France


A historic establishment in Nice, the Hôtel West End was the first to be built on the Promenade des Anglais in 1842, initiating the Belle Epoque architectural movement throughout the Côte d’Azur.

Behind its majestic listed facade, it hides 121 rooms, most of which offer a panoramic view of the entire Baie des Anges, 7 meeting spaces that can accommodate up to 110 people, a restaurant with Mediterranean flavors, and two bars, one of which overlooks the sea. The promise of an unforgettable stay facing the big blue and a stone’s throw from the town center.


  • Afternoon tour of Nice

Start by driving down The Promenade des AnglaisThe PortThe Garibaldi Place, and Cimiez with several stops to discover The Capital of The French Riviera. The city is called “Nice La Belle’’ which means The Beautiful Nice. The area of today’s Nice is believed to be in the center of the oldest human settlements in Europe. 

  • Cimiez: passing through the residential area of Queen Victoria, Ancient Roman Ruins (1st century), and the 16th century Franciscan Monastery with its beautiful and attractive gardens.
  • Russian Cathedral: Built under the last Tsar Nicolas II, the most important and unique cathedral outside of Russia !!!
  • Castle Hill La Colline du Château: With its magnificent waterfall is considered to be the origin of The Town of Nice. Its whole area became a formidable fortress with mighty walls surrounding it from the lower part of the town, nowadays known as Old Nice. It offers the most fabulous views over the Promenade des AnglaisOld Town, and The Port.
  • Flower Market: In the heart of the Old Town, so colorful and amazing. You will also have an opportunity to see the city’s main Promenade des AnglaiseThe English Walkway. 

The perfect introduction to Nice. 

  • The French Riviera

You will explore the beauty of the Villa & Parks Ephrussi de Rothschild. French seaside palazzo constructed between 1905 and 1912 with its rose-colored villa on a promontory over the isthmus of Cap-Ferrat overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Reveal its bright rooms decorated with antique furniture, Old Masters paintings, and sculptures and assembled an extensive collection of rare porcelain, and its remarkable gardens classified as one of the Notable Gardens of France.

After a fabulous lunch, your journey will continue until you reach Cimiez Hill passing through the residential area of Queen VICTORIA to attain to Matisse museum, situated on the Hill of Cimiez not far from Franciscan Monastery with its wonderful Gardens The Palace Regina where Matisse used to reside.

Then you will visit the Chagall National Museum, you’ll discover the artist’s exhibition with its paintings, drawings engravings.

  • Lunch by the Sea at Four Seasons (optional)

Enjoy a lively lunch in the exclusive Dauphin lounge opening onto breathtaking views over the Mediterranean Sea and offers a private bar and dedicated barman.

  • Italian Market and Menton (San Remo)

Today you will discover San Remo, best known as one of the most eminent touristic destinations on The Italian Riveria. In San Remo, we’ll see the famous Casino, an example of liberty style building, and The Ariston Theatre, which is well known for its pop song festival with plenty of time for shopping around in San Remo’s famous Markets. 

San Remo is the most favorable city where Russians are used to spend their holidays as an example: Maria Alexandrovna, consort of Alexander II of Russia, preferred to spend her winter time in San Remo and as a gift to the city she donated palms along the seaside walk of  Corso Imperatrice.

You’ll come back passing by Menton, nicknamed “La Perle de la France” or “Pearl of France”.

Day 5-6 Aix en Provence, France


Château de la Gaude, an 18th-century Provençal bastide nestled in a green haven in the heart of Aix en Provence, is opening its doors in 2019. The man who dreamed of reviving this sleeping beauty of an estate has successfully transformed it into a unique place of life and conviviality, promoting a certain “art de vivre” around the worlds of wine, art and gastronomy.


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  • Stop for lunch Lunch at L’Enoteca Bistrot on your way to your Hotel

Located in southeastern France, the town of Hyeres has a startlingly beautiful geographical diversity that combines the charms of old-world Provence with an unparalleled suburban landscape. In the center of town, you’ll find a cozy maze of cobblestoned streets filled with cafés, restaurants, boutiques, and art galleries. Heading southward, Hyeres’ urban make-up falls away, opening up to 24 miles of scenic coastline which wraps around the Giens peninsula and skips over to the Ils d’Or—three stunning Mediterranean islands accessible by ferry from the port of Giens.

  • Cézanne Pathway: Wine and Art in Majestic Aix en Provence

    • Aix-en-Provence:  One of the oldest cities in the south of France, home of Paul Cézanne, Aix-en Provence is a gem. 130 fountains will serve as guidance along your walkway in this postcard of Provence 
    • Aix-en-Provence Painting Field: where Paul Cézanne was brushing his canvas on top of Aix en Provence 
    • Montagne Sainte Victoire:  Leaving Aix en Provence, you will take the only historical road of France, the one Paul Cézanne was taking to paint his canvas of the Sainte Victoire. A beautiful and artsy road until the ” rock of Provence” Sainte Victoire Mountain 
    • Puyloubier: Lunchtime, beautiful restaurant
    • Aix-en-Provence Wine tasting time: Stop at the closest winery to Sainte Victoire, and a splash of rosé for the end of the day.
  • Private Lavender Tour

The Provence area of the South of France has long been known for its lavender industry, with beautiful, fragrant fields from Valensole plateau lavender farms, to the most secrets spots of the Luberon Valley.  .  Today you will get the opportunity to visit the French lavender fields, and a local lavender museum along the way.

The most beautiful lavender fields are located in the Luberon valley and in the Valensole plateau. Surrounded by lavender fields and farms, the village of Sault, Provence’s capital of lavender, is settled at 1000m high in the north of the Luberon valley.

You will not only discover the famous Luberon valley but its medieval hilltop villages. After exploring some secret spots of hidden lavender fields you will also stop at the Senanque abbey in Gordes, where Cistercian monks are growing lavender to produce essential oils for decades. This tour will finally lead you to the village of Sault, where you will visit a family-owned lavender farm and distillery.

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Day 7-11 Avignon, Provence, France


Luxury 5-star hotel & gastronomic restaurant in Avignon – Provence
“Staying at La Mirande is a journey back through two centuries
of exquisite French decorative arts.” DEPARTURES Magazine

“La Mirande is like a grand and gracious private house, but one with a deliciously exotic edge. Originally the palace of a 14th-century cardinal, it feels like something out of “Dangerous Liaisons” thanks to its beautiful 17th-century façade and the horde of 18th and 19th-century treasures within.” TATLER

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  • Classic old town Avignon from the Romans to the Pope’s

Classic old town Avignon from the Romans to the Pope’s.  Today you will see the iconic sights of Avignon, a historic city best known for the impressive Palais des Papes – one of Avignon’s best known. There are many landmarks & buildings to discover across the city, elegant squares to sit & watch the world go by. 

The history of Avignon has a lively, modern feel with shops, bars, and restaurants. The visit is a mix of it all including the renowned market hall. Finally, Pont Saint-Bénézet one of Avignon’s most iconic sites – the bridge, much was washed away in the 17th century, is a nod to the history of the city Highlights: 

Wander & discover the old town of Avignon. Visit the gardens of Palais des Papes overlooking the town with a guided visit of Palais des Papes. Enjoy the elegant surroundings of the town’s squares, historic buildings, panoramic views. Visit the Pont Saint Bénézet – the famous Pont d’Avignon. Experience the bustling vibe of a busy local indoor food market.


    • Palais des Papes – The Palace of the Popes stands as the mighty symbol of the church’s influence throughout the western Christian world in the 14th century. Construction was started in 1335 and completed in less than twenty years under the leadership of two builder popes, Benedict XII and his successor Clement VI. The Popes’ Palace is the biggest Gothic palace in all of Europe (15,000 m2 of floor space, which is the equivalent of 4 Gothic cathedrals). You can see over 20 rooms, scenes of historic events, in particular the pope’s private chambers, and the frescoes painted by the Italian artist Matteo Giovannetti. 
    • Pont Saint-Benezet (Pont d’Avignon) – An emblematic site in the history of Avignon, the Saint-Benezet bridge built in the twelfth century, was several times destroyed by spates on the Rhône River, before being rebuilt and finally abandoned in the 17th Century.
    • Avignon Les Halles – An emblematic spot in the city of Avignon, the Halles dazzle with its façade covered in a vegetal wall and give a true up-to-date feel to the neighborhood. Made famous by such authors as Peter Mayle and Jean Viard, it has been a meeting place for the people of the city center for over a century. Here, all generations and types of people rub shoulders, from the all-night partier looking for a bite to eat in the early morning to the average person coming to do their shopping, without forgetting the chefs from the best restaurants who buy their produce here.
  • Private Provence Tour: In the Footsteps of Van Gogh

Live the story of Van Gogh on this tour of historic Provençal landmarks from Avignon. Journey to beautiful seaside Arles, where the tortured artist was inspired to create famous works such as ‘Le Café de Nuit’ and ‘La Maison Jaune’. 

With an expert guide, see where Van Gogh lived — including the Saint-Paul-de-Mausole asylum — and learn about his sometimes tragic life. Conclude with visits to the ancient Roman sites of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence and the UNESCO-listed Arles Amphitheatre. 


    • Arles: Walk around the town and discover the places painted by Van Gogh 
    •  Van Gogh Cafe (Cafe La Nuit) 
    •  Saint-Remy-de-Provence:  Discover the place where Van Gogh stayed one year 
    •  St. Paul de Mausole: Possibility to visit the reproduction of the bedroom of Van Gogh
  • Musée Angladon

If you aren’t a religious art fan, the place for you is Musée Angladon. It’s a small and unassuming museum but contains fabulous pieces from artists like Van Gogh, Cezanne, Degas, Manet, Sisley, and Picasso. If you love impressionist art, it is worth the visit.


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Day 12-13 Nice, France


Behind the elegant 19th-Century facade reveals a hotel with a contemporary design in a chic and refined atmosphere faithful to the identity of Nice.

Located in the heart of the old town of Nice, between the Cours Saleya with its thousand colors and the Promenade des Anglais dominated by its shades of blue, Le Beau Rivage, one of the first hotels in Nice, has been able to adapt to the times and has seen famous intellectuals and artists such as Henri Matisse and Tchekhov pass through its doors. Today it continues to attract the great names of music and cinema who find refuge there during their escapades in the Côte d’Azur.

Take advantage of the private Beau Rivage beach, to relax and enjoy a meal facing the Mediterranean. The only seaside restaurant open 7 days a week all year round!

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Enjoy your last day at leisure. 


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