Avignon: The first thing you need to visit in Avignon is the Palais de Papes, a UNESCO Heritage.
Les Baux de Provence: Les Baux de Provence is like a heading back in time.
Cassis: Once considered a hidden gem, Cassis has become much more well-known over the last few decades.
Gordes: Okay, for me, Gordes is idyllic and easily one of the best places in Provence to visit.
Uzes: For an authentic gem in Provence, do not forget to explore the village of Uzes.
Venasque: Not only known for its cherries and grapes that are seasonally grown in this region of Provence.
L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue: A paradise for Antique hunters and market lovers, L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue.
Saint-Rémy de Provence: Found in Alpilles Mountains’ northern foothills, Saint-Rémy de Provence is a peaceful place you have to visit.
Arles: Another place where Van Gogh resided in Provence is Arles.
Aix-en-Provence: Having Southern France’s warmth and Paris’ class, Aix-en-Provence is a must-see in the Provence Region.