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  • From Marseille: Full-Day Valensole Lavender Fields Tour

    1. From Marseille: Full-Day Valensole Lavender Fields Tour

    Spend the day among the purple-blue sea of the lavender fields of Provence, which bloom stunning shades of lilac and mauve from June through August. Start your day in the beautiful city of Aix-en-Provence, fondly known as the “city of art and water.” Located approximately 19 miles (30 kilometers) from Marseille, Aix dates back to Roman times and has a wide promenade called the “Cours Mirabeau” that is lined with plane trees. Discover the cafés that were once frequented by Cezanne, Camus, and Zola. Go to one of the numerous markets that take place in the city center every day, and admire the shimmering palette of fragrances and colors. After some free time for lunch on your own, continue along the picturesque roads lined with golden wheat and blue lavender fields. Your driver will stop for plenty of photo opportunties en route to Valensole, with free time to explore this traditional Pr...

    Trip was in small bus (5 person inside considering some spaces between due to vivid requirements), it was relax full, quite asked us how much time we want to spend in different place. Driving way was very good and the guide person was really careful about us. I can fully recommend, it was nice trip.

  • From Marseille: A Taste of Aix-en-Provence and Cassis Tour

    2. From Marseille: A Taste of Aix-en-Provence and Cassis Tour

    Start this comprehensive full-day tour of Provence with a visit to Aix-en-Provence, known as the city of water and art Located approximately 19 miles (30 kilometers) from Marseille, Aix dates back to Roman times and has a beautiful wide promenade called the “Cours Mirabeau” lined with plane trees. See the amazing fountain of the Rotonde, as well as many cafés that were once frequented by Cezanne, Camus, Zola, and others. The weekly market will give you the opportunity to savor the regional produce, including fresh cheese and olive oil, as well as scented Marseille soap. Then, head to the village of Cassis, driving the Crest road and up to the highest maritime cliff in Europe, Cape Canaillto, for spectacular views of the Bay. Stroll the charming fishing port, where you can try thier famous Pastis (anis flavored liquor), before an optional 45-minute boat cruise through the breathtaking ...

  • French Riviera Full-Day Private Tour

    3. French Riviera Full-Day Private Tour

    Treat yourself to a private tour of the French Riviera based on your own preferences, and enjoy the luxury of an itinerary customized just for you. Create your own trip, and avoid the usual tour group hustle with a private guide to show you around. Traveling by luxury minivan for up to 8 people, you can visit the regal Principality of Monaco for a tour of the legendary Formula 1 circuit. Renowned for its beautiful harbor, it also boasts a stunning botanical garden and impressive casinos. Go to the enchanting town of Saint Tropez in the Provence region, and discover why it attracts so many of the world’s famous movie stars and celebrities. For a bit more hustle and bustle, explore the cities of Nice or Marseille. Alternatively, soak up the fashionable atmosphere of the festival favorite city of Cannes. Relax in the countryside of Aix-en-Provence. The choice is yours! After booking, the...

  • From Marseille: Shared Shore Excursion to Aix-en-Provence

    4. From Marseille: Shared Shore Excursion to Aix-en-Provence

    Meet your driver at the exit of your ship in Marseille seaport. Drive to Aix-en-Provence to discover the Cours Mirabeau lined with 17th and 18th centuries private mansions, where large plane trees give shade on hot summer days. Visit Place d’Albertas and see the fountain whose basin was made by local students. See the Four Dolphins Fountain, an impressive sculpture created in 1667. Other amazing sights in the vibrant city are City Hall and the Cathedral Saint Sauveur, which features 12th-century buildings offering insight into Aix-en-Provence's unique heritage. The old town is packed with shops, architectural and religious sites, bustling squares and refreshing fountains. Take a stroll through one of the numerous markets taking place everyday in the center of the city. Aix is also the birthplace of the painter Paul Cézanne. Don't miss the opportunity to visit the Cézanne's studio that ...

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What people are saying about Aix-en-Provence

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 89 reviews

Thank you Gaëlle for this amazing tour! With a small van we visited Aix-en-Provence, Valensole and the lavender and sunflower fields. The guide (who was also a perfect driver) knew so much and explained us everything. She brought us to the most wonderful places to take pictures and enjoy the nature and products. I definitely recommend this day trip!

Trip was in small bus (5 person inside considering some spaces between due to vivid requirements), it was relax full, quite asked us how much time we want to spend in different place. Driving way was very good and the guide person was really careful about us. I can fully recommend, it was nice trip.

Rainer picked us up at the port as agreed and brought us safely to all the desired places. He is a very good and friendly guide with the right amount of smack. It was a great day.

We enjoyed the tour very much! Excellent choice of sights and pace of the journey. Very kind and infomative guide. Highly recommended.

the lavander were beautiful and aix too. Really enjoyed the day with our guide Virginie.