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Provence: Point of Interest Map
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One of France`s most beautiful cities brimming with quaint cafes, vibrant open-air markets, and style. It`s large student population (3 different universities) keep the city young, exciting and cosmopolitan. When it comes to culture, Aix-en-Provence has a lot to offer, as it was the hometown of famous painter Cézanne.

The historic city of Avignon, on the Rhone River in Provence, is a beautifully preserved medieval town surrounded by the original fortified city walls. The city awes visitors with its stunning wealth of beautiful buildings, historical churches and museums.

The city of Arles is one of the most popular tourist destinations in France; best known for it`s impressive history dating back to Roman times and for it`s association with the artist Vincent VanGogh.

This eclectic city in France`s Provence region is the second largest city in France after Paris. Located on the Mediterranean Sea, it had an extensive facelift for its reign as European Capital of Culture 2013, and now boasts world-class museums, galleries and performing arts.

This ancient Roman town offers cobbled narrow streets, picturesque squares, a famous Roman Theater and Triumphal Arch, both classified as UNESCO world heritage sites. A city of art and history, known for its exceptional historical heritage.
Areas of Provence
The Luberon Valley
The countryside boasts vineyards and orchards, and charming hill-top villages dating back more than 1,000 years. The area is known for its abundant vegetation, brilliant wildlife, historic monuments and festivals, natural sites and cultural events.
The Alpilles
A wonderful region boasting a chain of Limestone Mountains with panoramic views that stretch from the Rhone River to the Durance River. The typical Provencal villages, surrounded by fields of olive trees, cypress trees, lavender and sunflowers are sure to charm you.
Bouches-du-Rhone
The Bouches-du-Rhone is a fascinating and diverse region with charming hilltop villages boasting magnificent panoramas and spectacular landscapes.
The Provencal Coast
The Provencal Coast offers charm and beauty like no other, captivating visitors with its local markets, picturesque seaside towns and villages, and of course, fine French food and wine.
Verdon & North Var
The Verdon and Northern Var is the secret heart of Provence offering a world of splendor where villages nestle in the hollows of the cliffs, and breathtaking views can be seen for miles upon miles.
Regions of France

The southeast coast of Provence, France, is sprinkled with some of the world`s most popular beaches and destinations, including Nice, Monaco, Cannes, Saint Tropez and Menton. Known all over the world for its glamour and beauty, the Riviera is a playground for the rich and famous and a true paradise destination.

France`s Loire Valley is the lush area surrounding the 170-mile center portion of the Loire River in Central France. This region is considered to be the `Gardens of France`. There are literally countless chateaux (castles) scattered between a beautiful river and charming little towns. The abundance of stunning landscapes with vineyards, fairly tale castles and rich history, that surrounds them, makes the Loire Valley truly an incredible region to visit.

A visit to the beaches, where the greatest invasion force of all time landed, is a must for anyone visiting Normandy’s north coast. The 54 miles of Atlantic coast north of Bayeau - stretching from Utah Beach in the west to Sword Beach in the east - are dotted with WWII museums, monuments, cemeteries, and battle remains left in tribute to the courage of British, Canadian, and American armies that successfully carried out the largest military operation in history, D-Day.

Burgundy has it all - glorious countryside and vineyards, amazing gastronomy, a fabulous history, picturesque villages, awesome towns, the Burgundy Canal and an incredible capital city - Dijon. There are also more chateaux in this region than any other in France, many of them with well-stocked wine cellars, gourmet restaurants nearby and swimming pools. It`s a stunning region with plenty going for it!

The winemaking region of Champagne, located in the northeast part of France just 55 miles outside of Paris, is known for its sparkling white wine. This is one of the most famous and posh areas of France with many well-known Champagne companies like Moet and Chandon, that have cellars and vineyards. This region is intended to enjoy at a leisurely pace if you truly want to appreciate what it has to offer.

Alsace-Lorraine, a historic province in Eastern France, is where you will find the ancient capitals at Strasbourg and Nancy. The only thing that separates Germany from this region is the Rhine, and the area is extremely reminiscent of the German look (and sometimes feel). With its Germanic dialect, French sense of fashion, love of Foie gras and sauerkraut, fine wine and beer, this region often leaves you wondering quite where you are.
Experience and Adventure
City and Beach Holiday in France
France boasts lively cities, idyllic sun-drenched beaches and the glamorous and gorgeous Cote d`Azur coastline. There are so many different possibilities from world-renowned Paris, one of the most famous cities in Europe, to a seaside holiday spent lounging on beaches, swimming in the sea, and dining at stylish waterfront restaurants.
Iconic Road Trips in France
France is not just Paris, but fortified towns with elaborate chateaus and castles; Roman ruins and religious monasteries; verdant vineyards and sunflower fields; magnificent mountains and the warm Riviera sunshine and so much more. With its winding country lanes, exploring France`s countryside is often best done by car.
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WHY PROVENCE?

With many of the most beautiful places to visit in France, Provence, a region in southeastern France, is made for explorers. From the Southern Alps and Camargue plains to rolling vineyards, olive groves, pine forests and lavender fields, the stunning variety of landscape offered here make it an irresistible destination to discover. Swim in the Calanques in Cassis, shop in the lively markets, eat Provencal bouillabaisse, catch a festival, cruise the rivers and canals, and discover the many quaint towns and villages.

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