The Alpilles

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


The most beautiful village in the Alpilles

#Les Baux de Provence

An open-air museum in the heart of the Alpilles


A fount of history and legends


The village of four seasons

#Saint Martin de Crau

A city in the countryside with exceptional Provençal scenery, the Crau.


A Provençal village between the Alpilles and the Montagnette

#Le Paradou

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.


For a little jaunt not far from Avignon


In the footsteps of the poet Frédéric Mistral


Here, art of living is an institution


The leading olive oil producer in France


A medieval village between Avignon and the Alpilles

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