Odyssey travel and adventure reviews image: The lavish journey will take you to ancient sites such as Carcassonne is home to the longest remaining city walls in Europe, as well as the remains from Roman France at Avignon, which is awe-inspiring with its elegant Pont du Gard and imposing Palace of the Popes; and Arles where a 2,000-year-old amphitheatre with two levels is still being used in the present. In addition, guests will enjoy both guided walks and free time to explore as they wish in Provencale villages and towns, including Saint-Remy-de-Provence, Aix-en-Provence, Saint-Maximin, Roussillon, St-Paul-de-Vence, and Eze.
The charm of Odysseys Unlimited’s newest small group experience lies in’s intimate meticulous details, which include distinct lodgings like an old abbey or a half-day trip in a flat-bottomed vessel in the 17th century Canal du Midi, a cooking lesson with an Avignon-based chef Avignon as well as the winery tour that includes an evening meal and tasting. If guests are overwhelmed by the historical, artistic food, scenic, and historical activities, the program concludes with two nights in the French Riviera.
Prices start at $4,295 for airfare and land inclusive, plus $701 in taxes for airline travel and departure charges. Odysseys Unlimited’s new fifteen-day Southern France: Languedoc & Provence includes international flights and many meals, as well as extensive sightseeing that includes entry fees to all sites, all gratuities, as well as assistance provided by an Odysseys Unlimited Tour Director.
Six times a winner of Travel and Leisure’s “World’s Best Tour Operators” award, Odysseys Unlimited provides an unbeatable small-group experience. The company is limited to 12-24 people and provides 100%-refundable deposits that can be made up to 95 days before departure. Additionally, they offer savings of between $100 and $300 per person for repeat customers.