Tour description provided by Viator

Venture through Provence’s landscapes and picturesque villages on this half-day tour from Avignon. Admire the unique red ochre cliffs of Roussillon, spend time in the postcard-worthy Luberon village of Gordes and enjoy a refreshing walk in Fontaine de Vaucluse along the river Sorgues up to the resurgence. The river has kept its secrets and many speleologists are searched in vain the exact depth of the well. Numbers are limited to eight people on this small-group tour, ensuring a more personalized experience of Provence.

You’ll be picked up from your Avignon hotel and taken by 8-passenger minivan through the beautiful landscapes of Luberon region, known for its hilltop villages. Visit the village of Roussillon in the broad valley between the Vaucluse Mountains and the Petit Luberon region. Known for its unusual natural landscape, Roussillon is full of stunning red and yellow ochre cliffs. Learn about the village’s mining history during your tour, and on Thursdays, visit the local market in town. Head next to Gordes, a perched drystone village in the Luberon that’s often considered one of the most beautiful villages in France. On your visit here, you'll see why this stony citadel seduced famous artists like Pablo Picasso and Peter Mayle, the British writer who wrote A Year in Provence. If you visit on Tuesday, you’ll have also time to browse the village market. Your last stop is Fontaine de Vaucluse, a typical provençal village built at the spring of the Sorgues river. Then, relax on the drive back to Avignon.