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Christmas market and truffle tour

Christmas market and truffle tour in Provence

christmas market and truffle tour

The magic of a Christmas market and truffle tour

 A cultural evasion this holiday season to divert your senses to the extraordinary pleasures of Provence during the holidays

  • Black winter truffle
  • Fine wines from the Ventoux, Cotes-du-Rhone, Chateauneuf-du-Pape
  • Fine dining and local specialities only found during the holiday traditions
  • Cozy fireplaces and spa time
  • A tour to relax and discover the sounds, sites and senses of a Christmas in Provence

December 16 – 22, 2016

Small Group Christmas Market and Truffle Tour (8 max) – 6 nights, 7 days

Price – $2,727 per person based on double occupancy – Single Supplement add $360


Tour Avignon

Avignon TourTour Avignon with a stress-free plan

Tour Avignon the best way – gourmet food, away from the noise, in the secret spots and with time to soak it all in… avignonmarket5

There is something about standing at the comptoir with a double expresso in a french looking coffee cup and starting the day with the locals. It was early morning and the indoor gourmet market in Avignon was just starting. It’s quite amusing to watch the French start their day at the market stand. If you ever go early to a market don’t forget to observe – a cultural experience guaranteed.

After sipping and enjoying my expresso with un peu de crème I meandered the market with my camera to capture the colors and textures. It was barely 10am and the merchants still seemed busy setting up, preparing food and finishing up their own café.

Visit Provence

4 Ways to Visit Provence –

Finding the ideal

visit provence

Visit Provence by letting the world go by. Just relax and soak up the Provencal slow life…

Provence vacation for you

  • Rent a villa – day tours and villa quiet time in one convenient location that feels like home
  • B&B – exploring one region in-depth – feel more like a local than a tourist
  • Stop n’ Go – Design your itinerary to never go down the same road twice
  • Car Free, Care Free – convenient way to see Provence without a car rental
« Tell me how you travel and I’ll tell you who you are »

This is my take-off of the famous words from Brillat-Savarin, French writer of « The Physiology of Taste » published in 1826, who marked the words we still use today, “ Dis-moi ce que tu manages, je te dirai ce que tu es ” (Tell me what you eat, and I will tell you what you are – you are what you eat).