In France there are two types of cyclists – those who love rivers of sweat and hope for a place on Le tour de France or the gourmet pedalling nonchalantly to his next glass of red which on a tour de vines tour could be found at the shrine to wine – Chateauneuf du Pape.
Tour de Vines cycling holiday to Provence offers quintessential French villages, stunning fields of lavender, olive groves and fields of sunflowers, distant snow capped mountain peaks, and the famous star studded seaside towns of the Cote d’Azur.
Tour de Vines’ Provence Roman offers incredibly highlights including a tasting at the famous Chateauneuf-du-Pape, the world heritage site of the Pond du Gard, a visit to the Roman Theatre at Orange and a peek at Vincent Van Gogh’s life in Arles and St-Remy.
Included is a visit to the medieval town of Uzes offering wealth flaunting stone facades built by the prosperous 16th century bourgeoisie, bustling markets, centuries old fountains, winding streets and hidden gardens. Uzes is just another of the surprise delights you will experience on this authentic taste of Provence.
This seven day relaxed to moderate cycling holiday tracing the Roman heritage of France whilst savouring the food, wine and village life in Provence includes all accommodation, most meals and drinks, bike, luggage transfers, and is priced at $3200 per person twin share. It is also a fully guided tour with a fully supported (sag wagon).
Tour De Vines is also offering 10% discounts on other selected French gourmet cycling tours to Dordogne, Burgundy, Alsace and Loire, with savings up to $800 per couple