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France - Provence - Ventoux to Vence - Canyons & Gorges - Road Cycling Holiday

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  • Explore the world-famous beauty of one of France’s most popular regions
  • Conquer Mont Ventoux – the mighty Géant de Provence
  • Stunning views of the turquoise waters of Lac de Sainte-Croix
  • Ride the rim of the Gorge du Verdon, Europe’s own Grand Canyon
  • The lavender fields of the Plateau de Valensole
  • Sipping on a cheeky post-ride rosé in the sunshine

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A beautiful road cycling holiday in France, and one of the most popular and most visited regions - Provence; and with its diverse landscape, ranging from snow-capped mountains, pancake-flat lavender plains and a stunningly beautiful coastline it’s not difficult to see why.
These things, combined with fantastic food, over 300 days a year of sunshine and an extremely agreeable climate make Provence an irresistible holiday destination. It’s also home to some of the best road cycling in Southern Europe.
Taking advantage of a host of low cost flight options from numerous regional airports in the UK, your cycling holiday starts and finishes in Nice, the glittering capital of the French Riviera. A transfer on arrival day takes us from the coast inland to the medieval village of Rousillion in the Vaucluse Region.
The following day we begin our ride which will ultimately bring us all the way back to the Cote D’Azur. It’s an incredible journey which will take in some of the most impressive routes in Provence, including the Gorges de la Nesque and an ascent to the famous “moonscape” summit of the mighty Mont Ventoux .
Another highlight of the trip is the incredible and dramatic Verdon Gorge, the deepest and most beautiful in Europe and often referred to as the “Grand Canyon of Europe”.
We end the week with a thrilling descent of the Col de Vence which spits us out in the 12th Century Medieval town of Vence where we will spend our final evening together.

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Holiday Summary

Duration:
8 days
Price:
£1,375
Estimated flight price
£150

Optional

Single Room Option
£220
Bike Hire
£235
Insurance - Europe 10 day
£36

Holiday Details

Place to place

7 nights hotels

6 days cycling

65% meals provided

Guide and vehicle support

Luggage transfers

Airport transfers

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