From the East side of the lower Rhône river to the French Riviera up to the Italian border, the region of Provence offers a platter of activities to do and visit all year round. Being the first Roman province beyond the Alps, you will be impressed by the Roman heritage sites, from the Arena in Arles to the Theatre Antique in Orange plus many more others. The Camargue area is western Europe's largest river delta and home to 400 species of birds, pink flamingos, herds of bulls and white horses. The majestic Calanques that line the Marseille to Cassis coastline will surely take your breath away. With more than 300 days of sunshine all year round and its diversified geological formation, Provence has so much to offer with a different landscape at every change of season. With cherry or almond blossom in the spring to the lavender and sunflowers blossom in the summer, the vineyards, etc. In addition, the cuisine and wine of Provence will leave you with no regrets. We invite you to come and share this patrimony that we are so proud of it.