Richness of the Land
Provence is in the top 5 tourist destinations with Avignon, famous for its Popes’ Palais, its bridge spanning the Rhône and its theater festival.
Home to famous Provençal writers Frédéric Mistral, Jean Giono and Henri Bosco, Avignon is also a wine-growing hotspot, named in 1996 “Capital of the Côtes du Rhône. Its location in the Vaucluse department, makes it ideal for getting to some of the most famous sites in Provence, including : the Pays des Sorgues, Luberon, the Alpilles mountains, Camargue and the Pays d’Aix.
Hotel Terre de Provence, located in the Pontet Avignon commercial zone, is the perfect gateway for visiting the former Papal city of Avignon, travelling across the region, and discovering the charm of the surrounding villages and markets with all their colours and aromas.