8 days/7 nights, with 6 days cycling

Any start day between March to November

We recommend you to start your tour on a Saturday so that you can see the market in Saint Remy held every Wednesday

July and August are high season; if you’re planning to travel during this period, it is best to reserve far in advance

Moderate 20-40+ miles daily
2 days gently rolling, 3 days are moderately rolling, 1 day hilly

Classic Accommodation:   US$1820  

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Luxe Accommodation:   US$2980

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  • 7 nights hotels
  • All breakfasts and 1 dinner
  • Luggage transfers
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For those arriving via Paris, most international flights arrive at Charles de Gaulle (CDG) airport.

The easiest way to reach Avignon is via a direct train (TGV) from CDG; the journey takes about 3 hours.

Then you can take a taxi from the train station in Avignon to your hotel.

Information on how to get to the tour start will be send to you with you confirmation package.


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Provence South Cycling 8 days
The region of Provence is a sensuous land of strong colors; aromatic purple lavender, bright yellow sunflowers and dramatic landscapes are made more vibrant by the extraordinary light here. It was this that inspired painters, poets and now brings cyclists. Our route takes in the medieval city of Uzes, charming St. Remy before reaching Gordes, perhaps the most charming village in all of Provence.


Provence South Cycling 8 daysDay 1
Arrival Day. Avignon was once the residence of popes and the historical center is filled monuments including the incredible Papal palace. The city is also filled with superb restaurants; we’ll recommend our favourite to you…

Day 2
Uzes. Cycling west from Avignon, you'll soon find yourselves immersed in Cote du Rhone vineyards en-route to Tavel, a village that has made wine for centuries. Afterwards, you’ll continue through quaint villages including St. Victor-la-Coste towards Uzes.
Distance: 59 km, elevation gain 616 m.*

Day 3
Uzes. On the next day, you'll ride north to the village of St. Quentin-la-Poterie where you can see the unique style o f pottery typical of this region. Afterwards continue to la Roque s-Ceze, known as one of les plus beaux villages en France. The riding is along quiet country roads, amongst vineyards and orchards. In Uzes, you'll stay at a wonderful hotel in the historical center.
Distance: 40 km, elevation gain 457 m or 82 km, gain 1012 m.*

Day 4
St Remy. Making your way south, you can visit the extraordinary Pont du Gard, one of the most remarkable sites in Europe. Crossing the Rhone River, you'll continue on to Barbentane, with its Renaissance chateau and the Abbey de Frigolet, where monks still carry on centuries-old traditions. Arriving to St. Remy, you'll find it the perfect village to explore, filled with cafes, restaurants and artisan shops. You'll stay at a comfortable hotel with swimming pool, and a private park.
Distance: 60 km, elevation gain 426 m.*

Day 5

St Remy. On your second day here, you'll ride to Les Baux de Provence with its remarkable pilgrimage site. You’ll also have the opportunity to visit the asylum where Van Gogh spent a year painting.
Distance: 48 km, elevation gain 438 m or 43 km, gain 559 m.*

Day 6

Gordes. From St. Remy, you’ll ride east, crossing the Durance River at Cavaillon before the ascent to Gordes. You'll stay at the charming Hotel Le Mas des Romarins with pool and wonderful gardens.
Distance: 61 km, elevation gain 514 m.*

Day 7

Gordes. you’ll explore the Luberon visiting Roussilon, an often photographed village situated by the quarry of ochre that is so vibrant in color, Lacoste, famous for its chateau and former owner, the Marquis de Sade and Menerbes which has the best collection of corkscrews in France.
Distance: 43 km, elevation gain 696 m.*

Day 8

Linger before departing.

*Distance and elevation gains may vary depending on hotels chosen for specific departure.

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