Coach Trips & Holidays to Provence

Ventabren, Provence
Panoramic view of Provence
Lavender Fields, Provence

Provence

Immortalised in the works of artists Van Gogh, Picasso, Rénoir and Cézanne, the Provence region is one of the most captivating and diverse which nowhere in Europe can match.

Nestled in the south of France along the Italy border and fringed by the Mediterranean Sea, Provence has everything you could ever need more a memorable holiday experience.

Glitzy seaside resorts, sun—soaked beaches, charming fishing villages and rolling meadows littered with scented citrus groves and lavender fields, only punctuated by pretty stone villages. It’s France at its most seductive, polished off with the finest food and wine!

At National Holidays our packages to Provence feature an action packed excursion programme so you can discover the very best of the region.

 

Provence. 

A scenic coach break with National Holidays doesn’t get much better than a trip to the Provence region of France.

The landscape is a rich tapestry of vineyards, fields of lavender, ancient olive groves, cliff-top roads, and medieval castles perched on craggy rocks which have inspired some of the world’s most famous works of art.

A coach break to Provence is just like stepping into a painted canvas which you can immerse yourself in from the comfort of your seat through the panoramic windows from our air-conditioned coach.

On a coach break to Provence you can follow in the footsteps of Cezanne to Aix en Provence, the former capital of the region. Stroll down the spectacular tree-lined 'Cours Mirabeau' flanked by pavement cafes, discover elegant mansions and admire the striking architecture of its 12th century cathedral. Known as ‘the city of a thousand fountains’, Aix is also famous for its spring baths and the perfect way to relax after all that sightseeing.

Provence also incorporates the French Riviera on the south coast of France. Rub shoulders with the rich and famous as you revel in the glitz of St Tropez, visit the picturesque fishing town of La Lavendou nestled at the foot of the Massif des Maures and enjoy the hillside town of Grasse, the home of the perfume industry, for some of the best views of the Riviera.

No trip to Provence would be complete without sampling the delicious local cuisine and drop of its world-famous wine, Chateauneuf du Pape.

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