5 days


Easy to Challenging (several option each day)


April to October


Self guided customizable trip


Couples, families and small group


From 985,00€ per person

Our luxury bike trip in Provence in partnership with Chateau La Roque, is an exclusive bike tour that invite you to discover the region and its incredible richness with style and authenticity. Enchanting country, rocked by the sound of cicadas and the scents of the garigue, Provence is a land of poesy and gastronomy. Discover the French Art de Vivre, through the vineyards, the hills and fields of lavender and on extraordinary roads. At your own pace, off the beaten path, discovering the treasures of our terroir and stay is an exceptional historic  bed and Breakfast. A trip through postcards’ landscapes, multi-coloured, and with the scents of a gastronomy created by starred chefs, with all the products our region give them.


  • Start at any time
  • Visit some of the nicest villages of France
  • Wine and food experiences
  • Amazing landscapes of Mont du Vaucluse and Luberon
  • Discover the land of lavender


  • Start at any time
  •  The nicest villages of France
  • Amazing landscapes
  • Wine and food
  • The land of lavender


Trois cyclistes arrive au pied de gordes un des plus beau village de France
Private cycling tours in Provence


Château La Roque, an 11th century fortified castle, majestically dominates the village of la Roque sur Pernes in the Vaucluse. This magnificent citadel has traversed more than 1000 years of history. The prorietors, Chantal and Jean Tomasino, had the idea of transforming this fortress into a luxury boutique hotel. You have a choice of five Deluxe and designer rooms for a dream vacation in Provence. The gourmet table d’hotes lets you discover the exquisite flavor of quality produce. It’s for a romantic stay or a stopover with friends, comme immerse yourself in the spirit of this fortified castle with its incomparable views and gripping history.


  • DAY 1 - Welcome in Provence

    Private transfer to Château La Roque. After a welcome drink, take your time to discover your hotel and the surrounding area. Then we will start briefing of your bike tour. 
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    Accommodation: Château La Roque 

  • DAY 2 - Discover Luberon

    Your itinerary take you to the Monts de Vaucluse to Luberon. Ride and discover several charming villages including Gordes, one of the Most Beautiful Villages of France.
    Distance: 50km to 60km   // elevation Gain: 1050 m
    Accommodation: Château La Roque

  • DAY 3 - Séguret to Château La Roque

    You will start in Séguret, a picturesque village and ride in Côtes du Rhône area with a stop for a wine experience in a local winery.
    Distance: 50km to 60km  // elevation Gain: 650m
    Accommodation: Château La Roque

  • DAY 4 - Sault to Château La Roque

    Explore the land of lavender and one of the most beautiful itineraries in this region : The Gorges de la Nesque.
    e: 55km to 65km  // elevation Gain: 795m
    Accommodation: Château La Roque

  • DAY 5 - Au revoir !

    Enjoy a last breakfast with a view at Château La Roque and take your time to check out.


• 4 Nights with breakfast and city taxes in Château La Roque
• 3 Days of custom itineraries loaded on a smartphone / gps + printed documentation and road book
•Private transfer on day 1 from Avignon to the starting point of the tour
•Private transfer to Avignon on last day
• All luggages transfer
• E-Bike rental, delivery, set up. (Safety equipment included)
• Assistance on the road
• Concierge service to book restaurants and activities
• 24/7 Emergency assistance

• What is not indicated in the “Included” section
• Lunch and dinner not included in the detail itinerary
• Personal expenses
• Ticket to the places and monument not mentioned in “What is included”

• Guide on a bike
• Support Vehicle
• Other activities


Giant Explore E+2 2019 – Yamaha motor
Hydraulic disk break

Hybrid Bike
Specialized Sirrus carbon fork
Shimano 105 – Disc brake

Road Bike
Specialized Roubaix SL4 Comp
Ultegra 50/34 – 11/32 – Disc brake

What a ride in Provence looks like?