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Our Food tours : Provence

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Our Food Tours in Provence

A weekend in the South of France? A short trip to the beautiful region of Provence? If you haven't yet decided on your weekend activity, check out our Food Tours in Provence! Would you like to discover Provencal specialties such as tapenade, bouillabaisse, pistou soup or lavender honey? Then our Food Tour of Provence is for you. Let's go on a city-trip through the fields of lavender! Discover our Food Tours in Provence! 

What is a food tour?

A Cocotte food tour is an audio-guided culinary and cultural experience where you take the time to discover a city on foot or by bike, whether as a couple, with friends or family. Take the time you need to enjoy the city: thanks to our app, you can take as many breaks as you like. Enjoy the climate and places so emblematic of Provence in France. And discover the region's specialties at the same time! An event not to be missed!

An experience for this weekend

Need ideas for a great weekend out? Looking for something different from the usual outings? If you're wondering, how about a unique experience in Provence's most beautiful towns? You'll have the opportunity to discover the most emblematic places in the Provence region! And don't worry: you can enjoy a food tour as a couple, with friends or as a family! Everyone will be delighted. But that's not all! You'll also be able to enjoy tastings, both sweet and savoury.And when you say tasting, you say iconic Provençal products! From terrines to desserts and fine wines, we'd like you to discover this region in a totally new way, combining tastings and cultural discoveries. 

How does it work?

Go to our app and let yourself be guided by the voice of our narrator, who will tell you all about the city. You'll discover your route step by step, so you'll be completely immersed in the city. Cocotte's little plus? Take a break whenever you like! Download our app, and you'll discover audios that guide you (and teach you!) through the different stages of your city-trip in Provence. Discover our food tours in Gordes, Marseille and Aix-en-Provence! 

Why a food tour in Provence? 

Provence is famous for its gastronomy and fine cuisine, not least for all the wines it has to offer! But we can't tell you which city you'll prefer... It's up to you to find out! Food Tours in Provence will give you the chance to discover the region through tastings, but that's not all! You're in for an exceptional experience you'll remember for a long time. Not only will you delight your taste buds, but you'll also discover the region's most emblematic landmarks. These will be the cornerstones of your Cocotte experience! 

Provence: The must-sees

Provence is full of towns where you can spend your time tasting unmissable specialties! Between cultural and culinary discoveries, believe us, you won't get bored. Take a weekend in the Provence region! You'll have a fabulous time in the shade of the vines! Between hiking trails, visiting vineyards and wine cellars, cultural activities and visiting monuments, don't forget your appointment with gastronomy: taste the region's specialties like Marseille shuttles or the world-famous olive oil. In Provence, discover Aix-en-Provence, Marseille or Gordes!

Gourmet stroll: and the heart of Provence?

Provence has so much to share with you! Just the thing, you can discover the jewels of Provence on a gustatory stroll. Discover the hills, so dear to Marcel Pagnol, that link the sea to the mountains of the Alps. Admire the colorful landscapes of vineyard slopes that charmed Cézanne. Breathe in the sweet scent of lavender. Listen to the chirping of the cicadas and the accents of the locals, the bon vivants who love to gather around a generous table. It's time to sample Provençal cuisine, rich in olive oil, truffles and mushrooms... and not just in summer! Provence is just as delicious in winter, at the end of the year for the big Christmas dinner and its 13 Provencal desserts. Then, as part of your Provence food tour, take a leisurely stroll to admire the traditional santons in their Christmas cribs. Provence is all year round, and you'd be wrong to miss out.