9:00 am: Be met in the lobby of your Hotel in Avignon.
Located at the confluence of the Rhône and Durance rivers, Avignon is well known for its ramparts, its famous Pont Saint-Bénezet and the Pope’s Palace. The famous theater festival has made Avignon an extremely attractive city in modern times. Enjoy a walk around Avignon. On this walk you will encounter the main landmarks of the city and the historic core of Avignon, which has been inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage list by the Convention of Berlin (1995).
Continue the day with a visit of the Pont-Du Gard, the aqueduct that strides the river valley of the Gard.
Uzès is a lovely old town perched on a hill above the River Alzon. From the mansion of Le Portalet, with its view out over the valley, walk past the Renaissance church of St-Étienne and into the medieval place aux Herbes, where there's a Saturday morning market, and up the arcaded rue de la République. To the right of rue de la République is the castle of Le Duché, still inhabited by the same family a thousand years on, and dominated by its original keep, the Tour Bermonde.
Between Avignon and Camargue, the town of Tarascon is still associated with tales and legends which she was, it seems, the theater in 48 years after JC.Many pilgrims visit the Collegiate Royal St. Martha, built in St. Martha’s honour near the castle of King Rene, Count of Provence and the Duke of Anjou. Castle Tarascon is exceptionally well preserved, it is one of the most beautiful medieval castles in France.
6.00 pm: Return to your hotel in Avignon.