Passes and Good Deals

in Provence

You’re on holiday or this is your weekend or are you just looking for activities to do with the family or friends? Provence will spoil you with its cheap, practical formulas! There’s a pass for each beautiful town which will take you to the most incredible places and intoxicate you with culture, landscapes and Provencal fragrances!

Discover Marseille and its architecture with its CityPass

With the must-have CityPass Marseille, discover the Mediterranean on your own, with the family or with friends all-inclusive for 24, 48 or 72 hours in a mix of all the good deals and visit the city at your own pace. The pass includes unlimited access to public transport, 1 hour free by bike, 1 ticket for the Mucem and the Musée Regards de Provence, 1 circuit on the Petit Train Touristique, 1 boat ride to the Ile d’If or the îles du Frioul or a Colorbüs circuit, 1 tour of the Château d’If, 1 guided tour by the Office Métropolitain de Tourisme with the 72 hours CityPass, the reduced price for the temporary exhibitions of the Musées de la Ville de Marseille and reductions on many tourist and cultural activities and tastings in partner shops. To do them, all you have to do is show the CityPass at the entrance to the sites mentioned and you will then get free access or a reduction. Buy your CityPass at the Office de Tourisme de Marseille (open every day), on the website or at the Point Information of the Gare Saint Charles. Reduced prices for children from 7 to 15.

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Fréjus: inexpensive and exciting tours with the Pass’site!

In summer and winter, the Pass’site helps you discover the monuments of Fréjus,  the town of Art and History! The operation isn’t only limited to the summer, so make the most of it whatever the season. This unique ticket offers the possibility of visiting 5 sites: the Musée Archéologique (Archaeological Museum), the Musée d’Histoire Locale (Local History Museum), the amphitheatre, the Roman theatre, and the Chapelle Cocteau with the added attraction of the cloister. This belongs to the town’s episcopal group and is a marvellous opportunity to admire a unique and little-known example of medieval painting. The ceiling is decorated with an exceptional bestiary of fantastic beasts. With the Pass’site, you can concoct your own made-to-measure programme without having to get out your purse at each monument. Prices are from € 6.60 for adults and € 3.10 for children over 12. For locals, it’s a great opportunity to visit the buildings which belong to their everyday lives but that they’ve never really taken the time to look at them. To get your pass, go to the Fréjus Tourist Office.


Alpes de Haute Provence: a special museum passport

Yes, there’s a Culture passport to visit the museums and cultural places on the territory, and it’s valid for two adults for an unlimited time in the Alpes de Haute Provence. The principle is a simple one:  you first do one paying visit to one of the sites in the network, and you then get the passport price for the second visit. A good opportunity to visit the Musée de Distillerie de Lavande in Barrême and soak up the know-how of fragrances or faience and its 5 centuries of masterpieces in an exceptional collection in Moustiers-Sainte-Marie. And on the way, don’t miss the intriguing Citadelle Vauban in Seyne-les-Alpes. Each time you visit a paying site, don’t forget to get your passport stamped because the 4th, 8th and 12th visits are free. To discover the 31 accessible museums and places using the passport, download the Passeport Musée 2022 here. For your information, the reductions offered by this museum passport cannot be combined with other forms of reduction.

Avignon City Pass or Vaucluse Provence Pass: a great choice!

Make the most of a low price destination with the Avignon City Pass and discover the main sites of Avignon and Villeneuve-Lez-Avignon. Special offers and reductions for holders of the City Pass (for adults) who can make the most of it for 24 hours for €21 or 48 hours for €28€. On the programme, two not-to-be-missed visits where you’ll get an eyeful: the Château de Lourmarin or the Mines de Bruoux in Gargas. Now that you can visit the sumptuous private collections of Avignon such as the Collection Lambert, Angladon and Vouland and the beautiful monuments of the town such as the Palais des Papes and the Pont d’Avignon, it would be a pity to miss them. The museums of Villeneuve-lez-Avignon and the Gardens of the Palais des Papes are also open to visitors. The reductions also apply to some guided tours and activities, so stay tuned! And because there’s no end of things to do in the Vaucluse, 3 Vaucluse Provence Pass to choose from will help you discover the region. Three prices, one for 2 days at €29, a second for 3 days at €35 and a third for 5 days at €48. Bonus: free access to 30 museums and monuments in Avignon,  Villeneuve-lez-Avignon, the Luberon and the Ventoux.

Tickets Malins for reductions and gifts in the Gard!

The Tickets Malins operation offered by the Club des Sites Touristiques du Gard will enchant all those of you who are keen on all sorts of experiences, from culture to activities with thrills. Get a reduction or a gift in the sites participating in the operation and when you show tickets from previous visits to other sites. From the Cévennes to Provence, the Camargue, the Mediterranean and Nîmes, 44 sites invite you to discover a variety of tourist activities: amusement parks, museums, natural sites, historical sites, activity sites, animal parks, gardens, etc. Unforgettable holidays and outings for all the family with a bonus: reductions and gifts galore! The best thing about Tickets Malins is the variety of places to visit from animal parks to caves and fabulous gardens and 100% fun amusement parks.

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