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French Riviera / Provence

From Avignon to Nice

22nd July - 31st July

10 days / 9 nights

Level: Intermediate

Distance: 900km

Price: $550/day (twin-share)

We Launch our second tour in the centre of Provence, the city of Avignon. We ride through white-blanketed mountains through lavender fields with Mont Ventoux teasing in the background. Provence is arguably one of the most beautiful regions of France with picturesque villages where historians, artists, and wine enthusiasts indulge. breathtaking scenery and delicious Provencal gastronomy.

From the experienced cyclist to the weekend peddler, our French Riviera & Provence tour offers an unforgettable experience to everyone with something unique to see down every road!

For the first few days, we ride through petite dry-stone buildings and picturesque villages in the hills to visit prime landmarks of the region, such as the home of Van-Gough in Saint-Remi, Fontaine-de-Vaucluse, and Mont Ventoux (the monster of Provence).

We take time to enjoy the highlights of Provence before venturing south and along the hills and coastal rides of the French Riviera. You will tick off some of the world’s most iconic spots along the French Riviera, such as St. Tropez, Cannes, and Monaco. Our coastal portion is famous for notorious for clear beaches, rocky cliffs, warm summer winds and breathtaking views. 

Select any date below the overall tour map below to view each days route individually. 


  • Mediterranean coastline of southeastern France and its immediate hinterland.

  • Avignon, Aix-en-Provence, St. Tropez, Cannes, Monaco and Nice

  • French Riviera Coastline swimming and views

  • Mont Ventoux and the Luberon

  • Quaint roads of Provence with vineyards and fresh produce

  • Towns of the rich and famous

Arrival Details

22nd July 2022

Fly to Nice (NCE) or Paris (CDG) and TGV to Avignon

Departure Details

31st July 2022

If not continuing: fly from Nice (NCE)

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