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Montpellier: St. Guilhem le Désert and Moureze Day-Trip

1. Montpellier: St. Guilhem le Désert and Moureze Day-Trip

Your experience begins as you meet in Montpellier with your local guide. It will be at this point you will receive a presentation of the excursion itinerary before your departure in an air-conditioned minibus. In a small group, discover the small medieval village of Mourèze and its cirque with other-worldly rock formations. Shortly before lunch time, you will return to the minibus to explore a unique lake which is sure to make an impression on you. It will be at this location you will be free to enjoy a picnic at the water's edge, as you chat with your guide. In the early afternoon, admire beautiful gorges and a medieval bridge which is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will later finish the day strolling through the winding streets of a medieval village full of artisanal shops in a natural and enchanting setting. History is also very present in this area, which boasts an impressive abbey with a glorious past.

Sète: Half–Day Wine Tour

2. Sète: Half–Day Wine Tour

Meet your guide at 2:00 PM at Sète train station and take off for a visit to 2 traditional Languedoc wine estates. Learn everything about the history of the vineyard, winemaking, ageing and take the chance to learn the art of wine tasting. After an initial 30 minute drive, stop at the first winery, visit the cellar and the oak barrel room and finish with a tasting of a varied range of wines. Savor dry and fresh white, taste fruity rosé, and sip velvety and spicy red in a tasting to please all palettes. Head to the second traditional winery and discover a beautiful château surrounded by vineyards. Step into the cellar and taste the excellent range of wines on offer, before you head back to Sète at around 5:30 PM.

Languedoc-Roussillon: Pont du Gard Private Tour & History

3. Languedoc-Roussillon: Pont du Gard Private Tour & History

Come and discover the highest Roman bridge-aqueduct in the world and its history with a licensed tour guide during a 1h30 private tour and admire its architecture, rare for its time and the best preserved now. Built by the Romans around 50 AD, the Pont du Gard is the major element and most prestigious vestige of the ancient aqueduct of Nîmes, designed to bring water from the Eure spring, at the foot of the town of Uzès, to Nîmes. It was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985. You will also have time after the guided tour, to visit the museum by yourself (valid only during the opening hours of the museum).

Avignon: Guided Tour with Wine and Saint-Rémy-de-Provence

4. Avignon: Guided Tour with Wine and Saint-Rémy-de-Provence

Got a taste for great French wine? Finish a guided walking tour of UNESCO World Heritage Listed Avignon with a glass of Côtes du Rhône, then drive through Provence. Make stops at Pont du Gard, Les Baux-de-Provence, and Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, before returning to the city. Start your day with a guided walking tour of Avignon. Take in panoramic views of your surroundings, including the river Rhône and the Pont d'Avignon, by climbing the stairs up to the fortified city walls and the Jardin des Doms. Visit the Palais des Papes, one of the largest medieval Gothic buildings in Europe. Continue into the heart of Avignon, seeing the Place de l'Horloge, the town hall, and the theater. Savor the taste of a glass of Côtes du Rhône wine, which may be the best wine growing region in the world. Travel on country roads to see Pont du Gard, a Roman aqueduct bridge. Drive on to Les Baux-de-Provence and spend free time exploring the medieval fortress in the rocky hills. Make a stop in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, taking a photos at the Les Antiques monument, before returning to Avignon.

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What people are saying about Languedoc-Roussillon

I've enjoyed this activity a lot!!! I can not thank enough to David for this precious trip! It was AWESOME! So many beautiful places in one trip, I just was so overwhelmed with the views and the beaty. David is an amazing guide, very engaging and funny. Very recommended tour!:)

I would definitely recommend this trip. David was super attentive and tailored the pace of the tour to our needs. You can feel that he loves his job. He even brought chairs and a table for our picknick. On top, the sights are lovely and the nature stunning.

Beautiful tour with great landscapes, pretty Dü bother, one of them even UNESCO World Heritage, on the way with dedicated local guide, with minibus and on foot. Beautiful musing of nature and culture, highly recommended.

Great day, David made us see the wonders of the hinterland. Between small village and nature one can only find happiness there. Go there with your eyes closed.

Amazing trip and very well put together. Guide super knowledgeable and clearly very much passionate about the region. A must do if you have a day to explore.