Book a day trip with a local guide

Why a guided day trip?

Enjoy a walking or cycling day trip with an English-speaking guide. A real source of information on all matters historical, cultural and botanical, you can be sure that your guided day trip will be a highlight of any holiday.

Your day is already planned out – you do not need to worry about the logistics of getting from A to B or where to eat lunch. Your private guide will take care of everything including a picnic lunch with fresh and local produce. It’s these little extras that will make your tour a little more special.

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    • Guided
    • Walking
    • Easy

Highlights of the day trip

  • Easy walk with your guide through the famed vineyards
  • Visit of 3 to 4 wineries in Chateauneuf du Pape
  • Enjoy wine tasting in prestigious wine estate
  • Lunch ( picnic amongst the vines or restaurant ) 
  • Stunning views from the ruins of the medieval castle that crowns the village
  • Learn about centuries-old history of wine making in the region
    • Guided
    • Walking
    • Easy

Highlights of the day trip

  • Easy walk through the olive groves that blanket the foothills of the Alpilles Mountains
  • The ciseled wild crest of the Alpilles mountains
  • Visit of St Paul de Mausole monastery where Van Gogh stayed
  • Picnic with panoramic view (included)
  • Olive oil tasting in St Remy (on opening days)
    • Guided
    • Walking
    • Moderate

Highlights of the day trip

  • The majestic crest-line trail atop the Alpilles mountains, with wide-sweeping views
  • Visit of St Paul de Mausole monastery where Van Gogh lived for a year
  • Olive oil tasting in St Remy (on opening days)
  • Picnic included
  • Olive oil tasting in St Remy (on opening days)
    • Guided
    • Walking
    • Easy

Highlights of the day trip

  • The hilltop Luberon villages of  Gordes
  • The lavender fields in front of the Senanque Abbey
  • Old stone farmhouses  and huts along centuries-old paths 
  • 1 picnic lunch included 
    • Guided
    • Walking
    • Easy

Highlights of the day trip

  • A scenic walk in the most remote part of the  Luberon Mountains.
  • Visiting the lost village of Sivergues. 
  • The lush vegetation and the beautiful gorge of the Aiguebrun valley. 
  • 1 picnic lunch or restaurant lunch included 
  • Optional : 3000 year-old "Fort de Buoux"  ( entrance not included

Why travel with us ?

Here are 4 very good reasons read more... for booking walking or cycling holidays in France with Intura :

  • 1. Our very own tours

    We create and operate all of our waking and cycling holidays. Our itineraries are tried and tested by our team of track finders, who walk the paths and cycle the routes to ensure that you see only the very best. Because we create the tours, we can also tweak them and create a tailor-made holiday, just for you. Choose the duration of nights, the level of walking or cycling that you feel comfortable with, the level of accomdation that you would like and let us know if there are any extras such as wine tasting or a cooking class or a restaurant or two that you wish to include, and we will get back to you with a personalised offer and/or recommendations for any ‘must sees’ and local markets not to be missed !

  • 2. Handpicked local suppliers

    We choose our partners based on our core values and it is important to us that we work local. We strive to offer small family-run guest houses on our walking and cycling holidays in France and avoid the chains. We understand the importance of a decent cup of coffee in the morning and the pleasure at finding home-made jams on the breakfast buffet. The accommodation on our trips is all part of the local experience!

  • 3. High end bikes on your cycling holiday

    France is home to the ‘Tour de France’ and thus reigns a strong bike culture with superb trails and paths to explore safely. We offer good quality bikes and have been working with our bike supplier for almost 2 decades now. The fleet is renewed regularly and the bikes are expertly maintained. You can choose to hire a hybrid bike, an electric bike or a road bike. The bikes are delivered to your first accommodation and picked up from your final destination. We include a brief for Ebikes, an explanation on how they work. Enjoy a bike tour through Provence, from 3 to 8 days, taking it easy or setting yourself more of a challenge, either way, you will fall in love with France’s rich and diverse landscape and culture.

  • 4. Reassurance

    Although our walking and cycling holidays in France are self-guided, we do all the groundwork to provide you with excellent, detailed written route notes and up to date GPS files. We book all transfers in advance so you don’t have to and we provide you with a 24/7 emergency telephone number. We are here to answer any questions, put an end to any doubt and assist you in any way we can whilst you are out on the trails.