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Palaces for popes, ruined bridges over the Rhône, and museums packed with masterpieces make Avignon a miniature marvel in the south of France. The 14th-century Palais des Papes, a UNESCO-protected site, is one of the biggest attractions here, but the whole old town is filled with treasures. Museums such as the Petit Palais, the Angladon and the Lambert Collection host hundreds of European paintings from different centuries, while the restaurants offer exquisite local dishes. Rent a car through Orbitz to explore beyond the historic center, seeking out quaint Provençal villages or awe-inspiring Roman ruins. The glistening Mediterranean Sea is just moments away, too.

Avignon and beyond: South of France sun

Avignon is situated on the border between two of France’s most scenic regions – Provence to the east and Languedoc to the west. Use your rental car to explore both.


Very few cities in the world have Roman ruins as complete and impressive as the Arena of Nîmes. The amphitheater is so well preserved that it’s still used as a gig venue. Elsewhere in the city, you can find a nearly intact Roman temple and an elegant formal park known as the Garden of the Fountain. Travel out of the city to find the Pont du Gard, an awe-inspiring, three-tiered Roman bridge.

Journey time: Around 45 minutes

Distance: Approximately 25 miles


For a quintessential Provençal experience, stroll around the old town of Aix-en-Provence. It’s at once a university town, an artistic hub, and a sun-drenched escape for the wealthy. Get a sense of the city by wandering down the Cours Mirabeau, an elegant street lined with fountains, then stop by the Musée Granet. The collection here includes several paintings by Aix’s most famous artist, Cézanne.

Journey time: Around 1 hour 20 minutes

Distance: Approximately 55 miles


The city of Montpellier sits just moments away from the Mediterranean, and offers an array of cultural attractions without the masses of tourists that you find in other cities on the south coast. The Musée Fabre is the highlight here, displaying a vast collection of artworks by European masters. The city is also conveniently located near some terrific beaches.

Journey time: Around 1 hour 20 minutes

Distance: Approximately 60 miles