Nestled in the Rhône Valley at the northern end of Provence, our tours explore the riches of Drôme, home of the Côtes du Rhône wines. Relax and savor the charm and peacefulness of rural Provence as you experience Drôme’s sprawling vineyards, brilliant lavender fields, mountain-perched villages, and sunny blue skies. It’s a region you shouldn’t miss — home to its own identity and culture, stunning landscapes, and incredible local flavors. Take the time to stop, explore, and savor parts of France you never knew existed.
Meet the local shop owners and proprietors who have called the region home for generations. Experience sights and sounds off the beaten path — exploring places no other tour does. Taste the food of the region, grown mere steps from the medieval villages you’ll explore. Taste wines from the vineyards you’ll see as you explore the region.
Local farms, olive groves, forests, and orchards provide the quintessential Mediterranean fare you’d expect for a journey through Provence. Explore historic villages, perched atop mountains and cliffs, wandering the cobblestone streets and soaking in the warm French sun.
Rest easy at the end of each day in a warm and inviting bed and breakfast — you’ll enjoy the same location the duration of your trip — where you’ll connect with your travel companions, share stories, and build relationships with people from around the world.
A Once in a Lifetime Experience
Visit the Past in the Beauty of the Present
Provence ToursYour senses will be awakened as you encounter the regions through stories from your guide and the locals you'll meet along the way. Enjoy included meals, guided excursions, wine tastings, a bed and breakfast stay, a lavender field tour, and much more.
Plan Your Trip
Why Provence DetoursSylvie Delaunay is your guide — born and raised in the region of the Drôme. With care, attention to detail, and knowledge of the area she has called home, Sylvie has designed one of a kind intimate experiences, full of local fare, stories, and breathtaking landscapes.
A Little of What You Can Expect
MealsLocal products, regionally focused cooking, local restaurants,
wine & beverages and more.
AccommodationsAll accommodations, Bed and Breakfast and boutique hotels are small and
locally owned and run. They are often located in century old buildings renovated
with charm and include modern amenities as well as en-suite room and bath.