Tourism in Provence
Visit the colorful markets & their surroundings
In the heart of the Alpilles mountains, this historic town is built on one of the oldest archaeological sites in Europe : the remains of the Gallic city, founded in the 3rd century BC, then reworked by the Romans under Julius Caesar. Located half-way between Avignon and Arles, Saint-Rémy is a charming narrow streets village swollen by beautiful residences and mansions, old fountains, small squares and beautiful shops.
Visit the archaeological site of Glanum, the Triumphal Arch and the Jules Mausoleum, exceptional legacies of Late Antiquity.
LES-BAUX-DE-PROVENCE - remarkable heritage site in France
Visit one of the most beautiful villages in France, a touristic site of incredible beauty.
Perched on a rocky outcrop, its citadel overlooks superb natural sites. The Castle “Le Château des Baux de Provence”, an imposing 13th century fortress, stands here.
A unique village in the heart of the Alpilles Regional Natural Park with chapels, a hospital, a windmill and cave dwellings to be visited!
Carrières de Lumières - “Classified natural site”
Every year, the monumental limestone quarries project immersive exhibitions around the greatest names in the history of art: Venice, the Serenissima ; Artistic creation of Gianfranco Iannuzzi exposed from March 4th, 2022 to January 2nd, 2023.
Just 1 hour from Avignon, you should go and visit one of the most beautiful cities in Provence. You can stroll through the winding streets of the old town, marvel at its architecture, its heritage and its private mansions. Go window-shopping, walk along the Cours Mirabeau and taste the famous speciality “Calissons d’Aix”.
Jam-packed with galleries, museums and events, Aix-en-Provence is the city of Paul Cézanne. Discover his studio, the Bastide du Jas de Bouffan and the Carrières de Bibémus where Cézanne stored his paintings.
Visit the galleries, The musée Granet’s collection, one of the most beautiful museums in France, and the Hôtel de Caumont art centre with its temporary exhibitions.