The Avignon festival is one of the oldest and most famous festivals of theatre and performing arts in the world. For three weeks in July artists from all over the world come together.  With nearly 40 shows in various unusual locations ranging from small chapels to the mythical Court of Honor of the Popes’ Palace with its 2000 seats, the Avignon Festival is one of the most famous!

  • The City of Avignon with the following possibility of visits and excursions:

    Option 1: A guided tour of Avignon. An extraordinary heritage: chapels, churches, ramparts, the Popes’ Palace and the Pont St Bénézet, which is now a UNESCO world heritage site.

    Option 2: Visit of the Pont St Bénézet and the Popes’ Palace. One of the most important Gothic Palaces in the world, and the residence of the Pontiffs in the 14th Century. 

    Option 3: Lunch Cruise in Avignon:  Embark on a 4 hour lunch cruise to discover the most beautiful sites of Avignon from the Rhone. 

    Option 4: The Luberon (a day):  a guided tour of the Luberon.  Located between Durance and the Vaucluse it is a region full of light and renowned for its villages and castles (“perches”), its golden cliffs all of which make it a unique place in Provence.

    Option 5: Baux de Provence (a day): visit an oil mill. A full explanation of production and tasting! A visit to the village of Baux de Provence, a place full of history where old facades meet with more modern craft shops.