Discover Provence with your family, a friend or a business partner with an exclusive eye.
Provence has inspired numerous poets and artists such as Cézanne, Cocteau, Matisse, Chagall, Picasso and Vincent Van Gogh. Its bounty of antique ruins, perched medieval villages, hidden chapels, ancient traditions and gorgeous landscapes is fascinating and limitless.
We propose a private and personalized day. As a discerning traveller and a photography enthusiast, you will visit our region with a unique perspective on beauty, tracking "une France romantique" through its back roads, driven by a National Geographic published photographer who will show you points of view and locations sometimes unknown even by the locals. Half tour and half workshop, Rémi will share photographic advice to enrich your vision and your technical skills for a memorable discovery.
Pick-up is at your hotel or property on board a non-smoking BMW luxury SUV. The half-day rate in the Alpilles is 360 € for up to 4 passengers.
A full day tour is possible including a private photo session of bulls or Camargue horses running wild in the marshes and aerial photography on board of a gyrocopter.
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French photographer Rémi Bénali is 52 years old and has 26 years of experience as a professional photographer. He built his reputation as a staff photojournalist with the Gamma agency in Paris and New York, has travelled to over 80 countries and has received several international photographic awards. His images have been published in the best pictures magazines such as LIFE, GEO and the NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC.
Falling for the vibrant light of Provence that caresses the old stones, Rémi moved to the South of France in 2005 with his travel-writer and blogger companion Heather Robinson. They live between Arles and Saint-Rémy-de-Provence with their two Golden retrievers Ben and Kipling.
Rémi is specialized in History and a contract photographer with both Arles Archaeological museum, the Arlaten Museon (Ethnography of Provence) and the Camargue urban community.
You may find more of his work joining with 30,000 subscribers on Instagram: @remibenali