Meet the winegrowers for a visit to the estate in and around Avignon. You will find a good number of guided tours offered by Winalist's partner wine estates.
During a day or a few hours, you discover the castles, cellars and vineyards of the wine estates. It is also an opportunity to taste the wines of the Provençal region on the banks of the Gard.
Before booking the activity of your choice, you can consult the opinions of wine tourists on the various estates offering visits and tastings in Avignon.
Want to get some fresh air in Provence, discover the surroundings while taking the opportunity to taste good local wines? You are in the right place. We will make you discover Avignon as you had never seen or imagined it: visits to estates, original activities in the vineyards, meetings with winegrowers, each warmer than the next and of course wine tastings that will make you throb. your taste buds. Are you ready ? So take a look at the list of the best experiences below that we offer to make your stay simply magical.
This city of Provence promotes wine and shares this love with its visitors every year during walks and tastings in the estates or at the small winegrowers. If you want to walk through the vineyards accompanied by a professional, we advise you to go to the Domaine des Romarins. Located in Domazan (a few kilometers from Avignon), the winemaker of the estate will be happy to take you with him to discover his vines. On the program: guided tour followed by wine tasting at the estate for a total of 2 hours. The little extra: the visit is free for children under 18 so don't hesitate to bring your children so that they can discover the world of wine and taste a good homemade grape juice.
Avignon is a city rich in history and therefore rich in cultural visits. We therefore advise you to visit, during your getaway, the Palais des Papes located in the center of the city and which includes frescoes from the 14th century. You can follow this visit with a guide or in virtual visit. All you have to do is scan the right places to find out the history of the frescoes. Then, walk along the Pont Saint-Bénézet, better known as the "Pont d'Avignon" which is a remnant of a bridge over the Rhône made up of four arches. Go to the Notre-Dame des Doms Cathedral which dates from the 12th century and which protects the tombs of the popes. If you are more into “art”, we invite you to take a tour of the Musée du Petit Palais in Avignon, which is a museum dedicated to medieval painting and sculpture.
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