3 to 10 days
Easy to Challenging (several option each day)
April to October
LEVEL OF SERVICES
Self guided, guided, fully customizable trip
Couples, families and small group
From 350,00€ per person per day
Bike trip with Relais & Châteaux
Self Guided and Customizable
A stilysh discover of Provence by E-bike at your own pace! “Route du Bonheur” in partnership with Relais & Châteaux, is an exceptional tailor made bike tour that invite you to discover a region and its incredible richness with style and sophistication. 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, by bike or electric bike, through the vineyards, the hills and fields of lavender, on extraordinary roads, marked by different stops where you will be welcomed in the best way, in exceptional places. Experience a tailor made cyclo-tourism, off the beaten path, discovering the treasures of our terroir.
- Relais & Châteaux hôtels
- Amazing landscape and Provence art de vivre
- Wine and food experiences
- Visit some of the nicest hilltop village of France
- 5* Service and concierge service
- Start at any time
- Available from 1 participant
- Self-guided or guided tour
- Custom routes, several ride options each day
- Available with all type of bikes
- Days without cycling available
- On call assistance
ACCOMMODATIONS AVAILABLE ON THIS TOUR
- LE MAS DES HERBES BLANCHES
- LE PRIEURE - BAUMANIERE
- LE PHÉBUS
- DOMAINE DE CAPELONGUE
- LA COQUILLADE VILLAGE
- BAUMANIERE HOTEL & SPA
- CRILLON LE BRAVE
In a natural setting, in the heart of an exceptional site, the Mas des Herbes Blanches is a gem. The imprint of the past reveals its poetry and subtlety in a contemporary setting.
The soothing atmosphere of the rooms is like a counterpoint to the wild colors of the surrounding nature. They display an elegant simplicity structured by delicate reminders to the Provençal tradition.
Chef Cyril MENDES, invites you to discover his new restaurant, a refined Provencal cuisine, highlighting local products.
Just a few minutes from the heart of Avignon, this 5-star Relais & Châteaux is a subtle blend of past and present. Hidden in the heart of the village of Villeneuve-lès-Avignon, its serene atmosphere and spirit invite you to relax and unwind.
The admirable renovations and redecorating carried out on this 14th Century building by Jean-André and Geneviève Charial in 2007, have afforded it simple aesthetics and luminosity, bestowing a harmonious unity to the past, visible in the original stonework, and the present, represented by the modern furnishings. Le Prieuré breathes an air of rare and simple charm.
In Provence, it is a haven of peace, a country hotel… in town.
In the heart of Luberon, located between Roussillon and Gordes, Le Phébus is the ideal place to explore the Luberon.
This mas built in dry stone steeped in history, was rebuilt on the ruins dating back to the Knights of the Order of Malta, this jewel of a hotel, nestled in the heart of the Luberon, is a place where everyone feels when the mistral blowing through the “garrigue”. Place of relaxation and conviviality made of refinement.
Owner and Chef, Xavier Mathieu is awarded with 1* at the Michelin guide.
In the heart of the Luberon golden triangle, why not try the fragrant gourmet cuisine of two-star Chef Édouard Loubet at this elegant, sophisticated Provençal bastide.
Serenity and art de vivre are the hallmarks of this prestigious hotel which offers its guests a simple and magical experience: to appreciate the décor of the elegant rooms, to breakfast by the side of a fountain, take a cooking class with the chef, or simply to enjoy the setting of the sun and the magnificent views over the village of Bonnieux.
Coquillade Village offers a whole new concept of luxurious village.
This estate is unique, magic, chic, laid-back and unexpected, all at the same time. This 5-star hotel with restaurants promises its guests a multifaceted experience built on five main pillars – spirit, gourmet dining, Spa, vineyards and cycling.
It is perched on a hill with stunning views over the Luberon and Mont-Ventoux, in Gargas in the Vaucluse – the perfect spot for lovers of the great outdoors.
It is in the heart of the Alpilles, at the foot of the once-mighty citadel of Les Baux-de-Provence, rooted in a place of legends nicknamed le Val d’Enfer (Hell’s Valley) , that the Baumanière’s story started.
This site became a peaceful heaven hidden from public adopted by lots of artists and famous people.
Discover two restaurants. The Oustau de Baumanière is in the hands of the Chef Glenn Viel. His cooking highlights the unique taste of each product from the land and the Cabro d’Or with a true and refined cuisine of Chef Michel Hulin.
The hotel Crillon le Brave is a fully fledged part of the village with various private houses, acquired over time since 1989, enhancing the sense of togetherness.
Each has a name and a story. The current nine houses form an incredible architectural complex and enchanting jumble of stone houses with traditional Genoise tiling and small courtyards linked by pedestrian alleys and galleries, some of which lead to spectacular views of the surrounding area.
INCLUSIONS AND OPTIONS
• Accommodations in Maisons Relais & Châteaux – breakfast and city tax included
• Custom itineraries loaded on a smartphone / gps + printed documentation and road book
• Private transfer on arrival and departure
• Luggage transfer between hotels
• 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
Specialized Roubaix SL4 Comp
Ultegra 50/34 – 11/32 – Disc Brake
What a ride in Provence looks like?