The tourist office of Aix-en-Provence makes a list of numerous excursions from Aix-en-Provence so as to discover its wonderful region. One day or half a day; in French, in English or even in Japanese; in the fields of lavender, on the wine road, in the gorges of the Verdon or on the bridge of Gard: Provence will have no more secrets for you!
You can then go on the plateau of Valensole to walk among the huge fields of lavender, before discovering the earthenware workshops of the village of Moustiers-Sainte-Marie.
A walk in the footsteps of Cézanne suggests to make you discover the Aix-en-Provence nature and the sublime panoramas that it offers on the mountain Sainte-Victoire, which has so inspired the painter.
You can also opt for a cruise to Cassis and Cap Canaille, where you can admire the wild beauty of their famous creeks.
If you like nature, let yourself be tempted by a trip in the regional park of Camargue and observe the ballet of the migratory birds; admire the bulls and horses that made the region's reputation at Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer; climb the ramparts of Aigues Mortes to admire the magnificent view of the region.
For those who are passionate about history, go to Avignon in order to discover the famous bridge and the palace of the Popes, but also the other monuments of the city, like the cathedral and the garden of the Doms.
If you liked Aix-en-Provence, you'll love Marseille! The oldest city in France, a crossroads of Mediterranean civilizations, the city of Phocea fascinates and delights its visitors. Its narrow streets full of charms, its innumerable historical monuments, its old harbor, its "Good Mother" watching over the whole city ... Impossible to pass in Provence without coming to greet her!
Finally, if you are in a hurry, you can also enjoy a concentrate of Provence, in one day only, from Arles to the beautiful village of Baux-de-Provence, via Arles, Avignon and Saint-Rémy-de- Provence!