Saint-Rémy-de-Provence Guided tours

Our most recommended Saint-Rémy-de-Provence Guided tours

From Avignon: Pont du Gard, Saint Remy & Les Baux Day Tour

1. From Avignon: Pont du Gard, Saint Remy & Les Baux Day Tour

On this 5-hour tour from Avignon you’ll see some of the most important stone monuments in Provence that date back to the Roman period. First on the itinerary is the Pont du Gard, one of best-preserved aqueducts of the Roman Empire. It was built by the Romans in the 1st century to supply the city of Nimes with water. Visit Les Baux de Provence, a picturesque medieval village that sits on a rocky spur in the Alpilles Mountains, surrounded by olive groves that produce a well-known olive oil. Admire the well-preserved Roman monument for a photo stop at the Antiques of St Remy de Provence. See sites at the northern edge of the Alpilles that inspired van Gogh’s paintings, including his iconic Starry Night.

From Avignon: Half-Day Van Gogh & Carrières de Lumières Tour

2. From Avignon: Half-Day Van Gogh & Carrières de Lumières Tour

Follow in the tracks of Vincent van Gogh in Provence on this 5-hour tour. Begin in Arles, a city that fascinated the artist. Then, set off to discover the city through the history of the artist during this fascinating city tour. First, visit the monumental “Carrières de Lumières” which hosts extraordinary multimedia shows, unique in the world with Dali and Gaudi. Finish with St Paul de Mausole, the famous psychiatric hospital, where Van Gogh spent 1 very creative year.

From Avignon: Half-Day Baux de Provence and Luberon Tour

3. From Avignon: Half-Day Baux de Provence and Luberon Tour

Explore the Alpilles and Luberon regional parks in this half-day trip from Avignon. Focusing on a fusion of cultural heritage and natural beauty, you'll discover your own mini "year in Provence" within the space of a mere few hours with these twin attractions. Admire the panoramic view of the Alpilles from the hilltop village of Les Baux de Provence. Visit the Luberon and its precariously perched villages, along with Gordes, listed among "the most beautiful villages in France". Lest we forget Roussillon with its red houses and ochre textures. Final stop will be a fab photo opp at famous Senanque Abbey.

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What people are saying about Saint-Rémy-de-Provence

We joined for the second half of the day’s excursion and it was just great! The air conditioned van made it so much more enjoyable to see all that we were passing by, and the car rides were just as beautiful as the site visits. Jeremy did not spend too much time providing history lessons which was nice, he gave the perfect amount of context to each visit we made.

nice trip, interesting facts, Pont du Gard is fantastic and you get some free time to do the photos, as well as to go to the river. take your swimming suit with you :)

it was very good to enjoy. guider gave explanation with easy way, and concentrated story of visits during driving.

Nicholas was a fabulous guide. There were only 3 of us and we had an informative and relaxed day. Merci beaucoup!

Our guide Nicolas explained everything very well. Vincent van Gogh in St. Rémi. Greetings