To taste a wine from Provence is to discover the culmination of a long history which first began when the Greeks founded Marseille, bringing the vine. A stay among these vineyards, whether just for the night or for longer, is an exceptional experience for those who take the time to stray from the beaten track.
Provence is the leading world producer of rosé wine and possesses the oldest vineyard in France. Its famous AOCs (Côtes de Provence, Côteaux d’Aix en Provence, Côteaux des Baux, Côteaux Varois, Bandol and Cassis, Côtes du Rhône, Côtes du Luberon, Côtes du Ventoux and Châteauneuf du Pape) produce sun-drenched wines typical of the Mediterranean climate, with a wide variety of aromas.
Wine-tourism in the Vaucluse, the Bouches-du-Rhône and the Var offers all the ingredients of an unforgettable stay: visits to vineyards and museums, food and wine courses, charming accommodation and specific events focusing on wine.
Below is a selection of the new offers of accommodation, from the traditional to the most unusual.