Provence Pour La Famille

​Sharing cycling, scenery, and sunshine—French style

Download a Detailed Itinerary

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

Please provide your contact information so that we can say “benvenuto”. After submitting the form, you will be able to download the itinerary immediately.

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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
  • Van Gogh walking tour and isit the ancient town of Glanum
  • 1 cooking class
  • 1 wine and olive oil tasting
  • Visit of Palace of the Popes and the town of Avignon
  • Group shuttle to the start and at the end of the tour

What’s Included

  • Child and adult bike rental equipped with odometer, map case, and seat bags
  • Ciclismo jersey and water bottle
  • Two water bottle holders
  • Map holder on handlebars and a Garmin Edge GPS
  • Handlebar bag
  • Tire pump
  • Combination bike lock
  • Gel-padded saddle
  • Choice of pedals
  • Card with your tour leaders’ mobile phone numbers

Pedal Options

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

What’s Not Included

  • Helmet
  • Optional: clipless pedals with shoes
  • Optional: your own saddle
  • All accommodations
  • All breakfasts
  • 2 lunches
  • 5 dinners

Spend your days cycling on quiet roads through fields of lavender, visiting historic villages, savoring the delightful aromas, and sampling the freshest of local products in the bustling outdoor markets. Begin your cycling vacation with a climb to the medieval village of Les Baux, perched on a picturesque hillside, and dotted with ancient castle ruins. A visit to Provence is filled with sensory stimuli – feast your eyes on the stunning vineyard landscapes, delight your palate with plump olives, aromatic cheeses, and sumptuous local wines, inhale the soothing scents of lavender and the unique bouquet of various spices, and enjoy the whirring sound of the famous mistral. You’ll never forget your picnic and cooking class with chef Mathieu at the Frigolet Abbey, your guided walking tour visiting the famous Van Gogh sites in St. Remy, or your encounters with local producers during private wine and olive oil tastings.

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