Easy Helico : Vaucluse seen from the sky

If there was a list of towns and regions with the most beautiful aerial views, you can bet that Vaucluse and Avignon would be on it. The Medieval city seemingly entwined within its city walls, nestled against the Rhône and dominated by its vast Gothic palace, and a little further afield, the Luberon mountain range with its hilltop villages, the legendary Mont Ventoux, and the rippling vineyards of the Dentelles de Montmirail…These are just some of the dream landscapes that you can discover during one of Easy Helico’s sightseeing flights.

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Theme-based guided tours in Luberon

Gordes

Stroll through Gordes with a guide, visit a melon farm in Cavaillon, find out about the Vaudois’ tragic destiny in South Luberon, learn the story of the ‘Pope’s Jews’, or take in the Mediterranean flora and fauna on the borders of the Durance River with a naturalist bird-loving guide. The Luberon-Monts de Vaucluse Tourist Information Office lays on themed tours all year round for individuals and groups. A great way of getting to know this famous mountain and Nature Park better.

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Regular guided tours of Avignon in English

Every Monday and Friday morning, a guide takes your individual English-speaking clients on a 3-hr tour of the historic centre of Avignon, and into the Palace of the Popes (with a priority-access ticket). A regular tour, that’s easily booked, telling the full story of when the Papal seat was in Avignon. And the icing on the cake: pre-lunch drinks in an unusual setting to round the morning off.

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Tours and aromatherapy workshops at the Algovital natural cosmetics laboratory

The Algovital Laboratory, specialists in perfumes and natural cosmetics, marketed under the brand name, “Terre des Sens,” is located at the foot of Mont Ventoux. It has its own research department and production unit and has expanded its traditional business activities by adding a aromatherapy training centre as well as a ceramics workshop aimed at developing new techniques for diffusing fragrances.
The entire site is now open to the public.

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Rediscover the charms of the Alexis Grüss Circus

Each year, from the beginning of May to the beginning of September, the Alexis Grüss National Circus leaves its Paris home to move to Piolenc, just to the north of Orange. In this ancient 13 hectare arboretum, you can of course applaud the spectacle of this great equestrian circus on a daily basis, but also attend open air rehearsals or watch the elephant being showered, visit the Château du Cirque which houses the Musée du Cirque à l’Ancienne (Old-Circus Museum), enjoy a picnic lunch under the trees…

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