If you spend a few days in Provence, in addition to "The Must-See"  I also advise you to discover the hidden part of Provence, off the beaten Path...

According to your interest for our region, I suggest you different kind of activities such as cooking class, visit of a farm ( taste the goat cheese), olive oil tasting, etc...

It's both a real experience and the opportunity to meet the local who are involved in the development of the local products. 

Other destinations less famous are worth going such as le Mont Ventoux, one of the most famous landmarks in cycling (Tour de France) nicknamed the Giant of Provence or the little town Uzès, quite charming with its medieval monuments and its local market.

For those who are fascinated by art and history of Antiquity I highly recommend the Musée Département d'Arles Antique which represents a large archeological collections ( the master pieces : the supposed bust of Julius Ceasar and the antic barge both found in the Rhône River).

I remain at your entire disposal for further information.

 

 

Musée d'Arles Antique
Uzès - Medieval Town and its Market
The Giant of Provence
Cooking Class
Goat Cheese in a Farm
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