An enchanting natural site in the northwest of the Bouches du Rhône department, in Provence. This chain of limestone mountains culminates at 498 metres and offers a panorama that stretches from the Mont Ventoux to the Cévennes, from the Sainte Victoire Mountain to the Camargue.
So much to see and visit: the citadel of Les Baux de Provence and the Carrière de Lumières, the ancient Roman site of Glanum and the Antiques in St-Rémy de Provence, Fontvieille, famous for Daudet's windmill... and many other villages with authentic charm.
A provençal village in the South of Avignon
A fount of history and legends
An open-air museum in the heart of the Alpilles
The leading olive oil producer in France
The most beautiful village in the Alpilles
The village of four seasons
In the heart of the Alpilles, Le Paradou is a town in the Bouches-du-Rhône department, 8 kilometres northeast of Arles and 29 kilometres south of Avignon.
Here, art of living is an institution
For a little jaunt not far from Avignon
Sur les traces du poète Frédéric Mistral
A medieval village between Avignon and the Alpilles