Maussane-les-Alpilles is a village in the Bouches-du-Rhône department situated in the southern foothills of the Alpilles mountain range, between the regions of Avignon, Arles-Camargue and Aix en Provence.

Maussane is located in the Valley of Les Baux, a land of shepherds with sumptuous and verdant landscapes that have inspired many artists. It is a great place from which to explore the white limestone hills of the Alpilles.

Specialising in the exploitation of olives, the village boasts several oil mills. The oldest one, dating from the 16th century, is in Manville.

Maussane has a rich history and heritage as well as traditions well anchored in the residents' hearts, such as the Festival of Saint-Eloi, the patron saint of farmers, which is celebrated every year.

Maussane-les-Alpilles lives to the rhythm of the four seasons and invites you to share its sweet life throughout the year.  You will never have a stay in Maussane-les-Alpilles without the sun, the wind, the olives, the festivals and the gastronomy. You will fall under the spell of this village and the local traditions while enjoying excursions perfect for food lovers and promenades in the olive groves.

To visit

Old Maussane

The square with the Fountain of the Four Seasons

The Sainte-Croix Church

In the area around Maussane:

Les Baux de Provence: Hilltop village with an incredible architectural heritage

Saint-Rémy-de-Provence: The jewel in the Alpilles

The Sainte-Croix church

The Sainte-Croix church

The fountain of the four season

The mill Jean-Marie Cornille

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