Close your eyes, what can you hear? It's the cicadas singing. Take flight for your holidays with a capital H. Avignon, with its exceptional heritage, will welcome you with open arms. You will love losing yourself in its lively little streets with their cobblestones, multicoloured shutters, tree-lined squares and guinguettes (open air cafés)... not forgetting its famous bridge!
Welcome to Provence and your holiday rental in Avignon! This region abounds with landscapes, each more beautiful than the last: take a walk through its hilltop villages, stroll along the ramparts and visit L'Abbaye Saint-André and its gardens. Did you know that the Popes made Avignon their home? This is reflected by a number of buildings including the Palais des Papes, the world's largest Gothic palace built in just 70 years!
Thanks to your holiday rental in Avignon you will enjoy endless sunshine. Discover Provence on horseback, by bicycle or paragliding. Don't forget: the local food and wines. There's nothing like losing yourself in a market, smelling the delicious aroma of the local tapenade, tasting juicy, sweet strawberries, being astounded by the choice of fresh fish... and finishing off with a coffee on a café terrace (or even a glass of white wine, after all it is the holidays)!
Your holiday rental near Avignon is ideal for holidaying in the south of France. The residence Sun Hols Les Rives du Lac has a heated swimming pool, pétanque ground and accepts pets; where better to enjoy a wonderful stay! Saint-Saturnin-lès-Avignon is an authentic village a few kilometres from Avignon and all the region's unmissable activities. So don't forget your swimming towel and your sandals and you're off!
Did you know that the Pont d'Avignon is not his real name? Yes, its real name is the Pont Saint-Bénézet.
You are on the border of the Alps and the Mediterranean. The Giant of Provence culminates at an altitude of 1912 meters and, from the plains to its summit, you can discover a condensed microclimate from the Mediterranean to Lapland!
In the morning direction Le Palais des Papes in Avignon (largest gothic building of the Middle Ages). Take a lunch break at Fou de fafa, a great address in Avignon before leaving for a visit of the Rhonea cellar.