Best of Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur

Make the most of holidays to discover the South of France and its wealth of tourist attractions: unique scenery between sea and mountain, exceptional experiences and must-see sights from your wish list. We offer a vast panel of tours and leisure activities to enjoy during your stay in the South of France – the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region overflows with surprises and is ready and waiting to share them with you!

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Provence Bastille Days gives New Yorkers a glimpse into the laidback lifestyle, flavors, and traditions of Provence that has lured so many to its hilltop villages, its inviting beaches, and its sprawling vineyards. Curious about how to play pétanque? Want to know the proper way to drink pastis? Enjoy Bastille Day bonhomie from July 9th to July 15th with celebratory bites, sips, and tunes served up all across the city.
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3 MUST-SEE DESTINATIONS

Provence, French Riviera and Alps: 3 dream destinations promising unexpected and sublime experiences, crowned with a breath of pure air…

NOT TO BE MISSED!

Here is our pick of 7 not-to-be-missed sights in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region, ranging from the Mediterranean Sea to nature reserves, Provencal markets and emblematic towns…

Atelier Cézanne © V.Lucas Aix-en-Provence - Aix-en-Provence, in the footsteps of Cézanne The historic capital of Provence, Aix-en-Provence was nicknamed Little Versailles in the 18th century in recognition of its majestic architecture. Today’s town has lost none of its former glory and invites modern-day travellers on a genuine voyage back in time. Around every corner and on every square, you will […]
Calanques National Park - The Calanques or inlets Calanques National Park is the first national park in Europe to include land, sea and suburbs and the first metropolitan national park created since 1979. This tenth French National Park aims to allow everyone to be able to admire, work and live sustainably, in harmony with nature whilst respecting the area’s […]
In and Around Nice - When you have Côte d’Azur in mind, the city of Nice – one of its gems, comes up instantly! A city of flowers and Carnival, sun-soaked promenades on the Baie des Anges, great palaces and business hubs. Nice has a buzz about it that could be compared to Los Angeles! The rolling hills in the […]
Marseille, le Vieux Port © V.Lucas Marseille - Marseille, the pulsating heart of the med The deafening Canebière, the blue harbor, the white boats, the lacy ropes and rigging..(Colette) This cosmopolitan Mediterranean metropolis cultivates contrast; from the hyperactive city centre to the old-fashioned charm of the old quarters, the cheers rising from the Vélodrome stadium to the soft, warm beaches, from the futuristic […]
Port de Saint-Tropez © Fotolia Saint-Tropez - SIZZLING SAINT-TROPEZ! Saint-Tropez, situated at the entrance to the lovely gulf, formerly called Gulf of Grimaud, is the capital of this little Saracen kingdom, of which nearly every village, built on the summit of a peak in order to secure it from attack, is still full of Moorish houses with arcades, narrow windows, wherein tall […]
The most beautiful routes of Provence - Discover the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur Tourist Board’s exciting road itineraries, inviting you to explore the region’s most stunning routes. On your way, you’ll be able to stop off at a variety of establishments. You’ll simply love roaming free in this extraordinary scenery of sea, hills and mountains… all under an azure sky. Bon voyage!  
Toulon harbor © Herraez Fotolia Toulon - Between the mountains and the sea, in the heart of a magnificent bay, the prosperous port of Toulon is mainly characterised by its maritime connections and the strong presence of the French Navy. Both vibrant and laid-back, the birthplace of the famous actor Raimu is also a city with a remarkably wide variety of performance […]

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Provence, Alps, Côte d’Azur: a unique situation between the Mediterranean Sea and the mountains. The region offers a large choice of tours and activities. There is something for everyone nearby:

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE FRENCH FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX AT LE CASTELLET

French Grand Prix returns to the Paul Ricard Circuit for 2018 (Provence, France) - Return of the Formula 1 Grand Prix de France at the Circuit Paul Ricard, Le Castellet in 2018! The Circuit Paul Ricard located in the Var area, between Toulon, Aix-en-Provence and Marseille will host the Grand Prix de France event at the end of the summer 2018. More than 66,000 spectators are expected for this […]