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The Mont Ventoux climb is a mecca for amateur cyclists all around the world, often touted as the most difficult climb by bicycle in France, and made famous by the Tour de France cycling race. Experience cycling Provence's Mont Ventoux on a 3 day week end – 4 days if you have time - an extra day to enjoy the tour of the Mont Ventoux via Sault.
We'll pick you up in Avignon for a transfer to Bedoin, starting point of the mythical Mont Ventoux climb. From Bedoin, the summit is vertical mile higher, with an average gradient of 7.5%
If you have time for an extra warm up day : go for a complete circumnavigation of Mont Ventoux at its base, via the pretty village of Sault
Choose your level of comfort according to your wish & budget !
> For a single room ( 1 pers. ) a single supplement will be charged> See in our TRIP INFO section> Keep in mind that your trip is always subject to availability
At the foot of Provence's giant Mont Ventoux, right in the heart of Bedoin, the 2* hotel-restaurant Escapade welcomes you on its shaded terrace for a drink, and watch keen amateur cyclists attack the slopes of Mont Ventoux.
The chef Frédéric Garcia - Maître-Restaurateur - cooks a delicious typical cuisine.
A small hotel, simple yet comfortable, that offers a very relaxing atmosphere.
A charming BB in the heart of the village Bedoin, with a warm welcome by Pierre the owner. You will appreciate the shaded courtyard and the terrasse. Free car park, and of course a locked secured garage for the cyclists.
Table d'hote available as from 4 persons ( to be booked ahead)
Mont Ventoux, the highest mountain in Provence, looms over the 25 refined and contemporary rooms of the 3* hotel, set in magnificent sculpted gardens, complete with a swimming pool: a recipe for guaranteed relaxation.
In the restaurant: fresh ingredients from Provençal markets set on tables under the shade of plane trees.
At the foot of Mont Ventoux, this majestic Chateau - once the dwelling of the infamous Marquis de Sade - was built circa 1720, during France's early Regency Period. It was here, in 1772, that the Marquis organized the very first Theatre Festival in France.
The hotel - located in the heart of the village, at the foot of the Mt Ventoux - a swimming poll, and all rooms and suites have a view on the flowered garden. The gastronmic restaurant proposes a traditionnal provencal cuisine.
The rates are per person, on a 2 pers. basis and subject to availability
The rates are per person, on a 2 pers. minimum reservation basis ( shared room), and subject to availability
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