Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Spring 2013 Tours by Enchanted France

Spring is around the corner.  Check out these two small group escorted tours to France's  countryside especially curated by Enchanted France.  You are guaranteed great sights, luscious food and memorable time.  Space is limited.

Special: Book today and save $100 per person (limited offer) 

Dordogne Discovery
A Cultural and Gastronomic Adventure

Escorted Tour

This is an  adventure through Aquitaine Bordeaux and Dordogne. This vast region of France offers a unique and varied landscape of verdant river valleys, enchanting castles, picture postcard villages and prized vineyards. In this journey you will walk in the footsteps of history to discover the cave paintings of early men in Lascaux and the fortified medieval castles and towns built by English kings when they ruled the region. Along the way you will enjoy a succulent traditional cuisine and savor prized wines. 

Date: April 13-20, 2013

  • Bordeaux and grand 18th Century architecture
  • Prehistoric cave paintings of Lascaux
  • Sarlat and 'most beautiful villages of France' : Roque Cageac and St. Amand de Coly
  • Well preserved bastides: Montpazier and Monflanquin
  • UNESCO World Heritage sites :Rocamadour and Saint Emilion
  • Beautiful landscape of verdant river valleys and vineyards
  • Colorful markets; wine tasting of Bordeaux prized wines; cheese and walnut oil mills visits

Provence Escapade with Marseille Cultural Capital 2013
Escorted Tour

Join our small group for a memorable journey through Provence. Together, we will explore the many treasures of this sunny land from its rich historical past to its unique traditions and savoir vivre. You will discover beautiful architecture dating back to the Romans and magnificent landscapes of fragrant hills, lavender fields, vineyards and picturesque villages. More importantly, on this journey you will find your senses stimulated in so many ways from the special light that inspired the impressionist painters to the smell and taste of the many Provencal specialties.

Date: May 18-23, 2013

  • Charming hotels in the heart of Avignon and Marseille
  • Gourmet meals
  • Medieval heritage: Avignon's Pope's PalaceSte. Trophime CathedralAbbaye de Senanque
  • Roman architecture : Pont Du Gard ; Arles' Arena and Vaison la Romaine
  • Irresistible Provencal towns: Avignon ; St. Remy de Provence; Aix en Provence
  • Picturesque perched villages: Gordesles Baux; Roussillon
  • Savoir vivre :: colorful markets ; Chateauneuf du Pape wine tasting; olive oil tasting
  • Beautiful landscape : Alpilles Hills; Luberon National Park; vineyards and lavender fields
  • Discover Marseille – European Cultural Capital 2013

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