Divine Provence

“La Vie est Belle” — pedal the Roman path

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Our comprehensive itineraries are a one-stop-shop for all the delightful details of our carefully crafted tours, including:

  • A thorough daily itinerary
  • Details for exact accommodations
  • What to expect
  • Travel planning tips

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Artichokes at a farmer's market in Divine Provence
Olives at a farmer's market in Divine Provence

Once you have a trip confirmed, we will feed you a steady diet of additional pre-departure information that includes: How to train, prepare, pack and all the wonderful, inspirational and practical things you want and need to know before you go! Our Travel Advisors will be available to help plan your pre- and post-tour travel.

  • Van support
  • Expert, bilingual guides
  • Visit at the Greco-Roman site of Glanum
  • Walking tour of Avignon
  • Walking tour of Saint Paul de Mausole
  • 1 wine tasting and 1 cooking demo
  • Olive oil mill tour and tasting
  • Shuttle at the end of the tour

What’s Included

  • Use of our exclusive carbon road bike, La Classica Ribelle (or Equivalent Carbon Road Bike)
  • Garmin Edge Touring GPS loaded with the GPX tracks of your rides
  • Two water bottles
  • Saddle bag with repair kit
  • Optional: Map holder on handlebar 

Pedal Options

  • Flat pedals
  • Half-toe pedals (without straps)

What’s Not Included

  • Helmet
  • Clipless clipless/SPD pedals with shoes
  • Optional: your own saddle
  • All accommodations
  • All breakfasts
  • 6 dinners
  • 2 lunches

Experience Mediterranean food and superb wines in a land that has more Roman ruins than Italy. Embrace the aromas of lavender and alep oils as you stroll through the outdoor markets. Plump olives, rich and colorful spices, and aromatic cheeses are just a few of the sensory stimuli that will keep your feet moving in rhythm to the whistling mistral. Tourism by bicycle in Provence poetically connects the people, places, and culture.