PROVENCE

The Art of Siesta
Sit comfortably on a chaise longue and enjoy the soft rays of the sun on your skin.
In the shade of a cypress, comfortably installed, in the company of a good book or quite simply by closing your eyes, let go. Only the murmur of the mistral or the song of the cicadas will disturb your tranquillity.

From 600 meters from the Domaine Shambala, hiking or cycling

Archaeological site of Roquepertuse
Passage by the archaeological site of Roquepertuse, way through the pine and olive groves. Beautiful view on Berre, Velaux, Ventabren.

Botanical Trail Of Sainte-Propice
The route of a little more than one kilometre crosses pines and oaks and opens, halfway, on an exceptional panorama. Above a plain of olive trees stands the Sainte Propice, while in the distance appears the aqueduct of Roquefavour.

Petalugue Health Trail
Located in the middle of an exceptional natural site, the Pétalugue course is a sporting walk punctuated by workshops and various equipment. At the halfway point, walkers can make a cultural stop at the archaeological site of Roquepertuse.

Aix-en Provence
Aix-en-Provence and Cézanne, Saint-Rémy-de-Provence and Van Gogh
Discover the squares and walking streets of Aix-en-Provence, its fountains and hotels and walk in Cézanne's footsteps. Discover Saint-Rémy where The famous "Nuit Etoilée" was painted by Van Gogh.

Lubéron
Discover the perched villages. Bonnieux, Lourmarin, famous for its Renaissance castle. Roussillon: a walk rich in color in this village whose houses are covered with ochre. Gordes: picturesque village entirely built of dry stones.

From the Calanques to the Blue Coast
Discover the Cap Canaille in the Calanques National Park. Lunch and/or board for a 45min cruise in the creeks.
Bandol and its vineyards.

Marseille
Discover Marseille ! You will start on the Vieux Port to admire its boats and its Ombrière located at the foot of the Canebière.
Don't miss the visit of Notre-Dame de la Garde which offers an extraordinary 360° panoramic view of the Phocéenne city.

The Lavender Route
From Haute Provence to the Gorges du Verdon.