Nice – La baie des Anges – Old Town – Monte Carlo (Monaco) –Casino – Nice
Meet & greet by our Chinese tour guide and start the journey in “Nice” the best destination for leisure travel. Visit La Baie des Anges, Promenade des Anglais and Nice’s Old Town. Next, head to Monte Carlo, the capital of Monaco. The Monte Carlo Casino is situated right at the base of the Maritime Alps and along the French Riviera, the beautiful scenic view makes the magnates in the world love to travel to this paradise.
Nice – Eze – Ville Franche Sur Mer – Saint Jean Cap Ferrat –St.Tropez
Breakfast at the hotel. Eze, this rocky little village perched on an impossible peak is the jewel in the Riviera crown. Ville Frannche Sur Mer, another beautiful fishing village on the French Riviera. The red tile roofs and colorful buildings look like the fairy tale toy brick; it’s a romantic town with splendid scenery. Saint Jean Cap Ferrat is a well-preserved and most expensive seaside holiday town, it’s also a wooded peninsula laden with millionaires’ villas.
St.Tropez – Yacht Port – Chanel/Dior Shopping Villa – Pampelonne Beach
After having breakfast at the hotel, head to St. Tropez, a heaven of millionaires. Yet, the sexpot Brigitte Bardot came to St-Tropez in the ‘50s to star in Et Dieu Créa la Femme’ (and God Created Woman; 1956) which transformed the peaceful fishing village into a bustling town.
St.Tropez – Les Georges du Verdon – Lac de saint-croix – Valersole
Breakfast at the hotel. Visit Les Georges du Verdon, it about 25 kilometres long and up to 700 meters deep. This 2nd largest river canyon slices through Haute-Provence’s limestone plateau. The gorge is also very popular with tourists, who can drive around its rim, rent kayaks to travel on the river, or hike. Next, head to Lac de saint-croix. It is a popular tourist spot during Summer time. Gasp at the magnificent turquoise-coloured lake.
Valersole – Gordes – Lavender Museum – Avignon
Breakfast at the hotel. Head to Gordes, . The tiered village of Gordes juts spectacularly out of the white-rock face of the Vaucluse plateau; it also has been listed as one of the most beautiful villages in France. After that, will continue the trip Lavender Museum. Get to see the old lavender distillery machine and the museum also have displayed all kind of tools that used for the lavender farm. Next, you’ll expect to see a breathtaking scenery of lavender at Senanque, it’s most splendid town in Provence.
Avignon – Pont du Gard – Aries – Carcassonne – Toulouse
After breakfast at the hotel, start the journey with city tour at Avignon. Stroll around the Avignon Old City Wall, Pont Saint-Benezet, Palais des Papes and etc. These highlights have made Avignon an ancient city. Then, visit the Pont du Gard, an 50-kilometre aqueduct built during the Roman Empire, with 2000 years of history. Continue the trip to Carcassonne. This ancient monument has more than 700 years of history which built in the Middle Age. It has been added to the UNESCO list of World Heritage SItes in 1997.
Toulouse – Bassin D’Arcachon Pyla – Sand Dune – Bordeaux
After having breakfast at the hotel, will be visiting St. Emilion. It is one of the principal red wine areas in France. There have vineyards and wine cellar around St. Emilion. In this part of the trip will be visiting winery – Chateau Fonplegade (or similar grade) and have a taste of the wines with St. Emilion Appellation.
Bordeaux – St.Emilion Wine Tasting Tour – Hennessy Cognac
Breakfast at hotel. St. Emilion is the town which famous with the red wine. There have vineyards around Saint-Emilion since Roman times, and today the Saint-Emilion wine appellation is one of the most prolific in the Bordeaux region, generating more than 250,000 hL of wine each vintage.
Bordeaux – Airport
Breakfast at hotel. Proceed to airport.