Well Known Villages in the Bouches-du-Rhône Display all (9)
Saint Rémy de Provence, Provençal capital of the art of living. Rich in history by it's local artists artists, Provençal market, beautiful shops and art galeries, delectable restaurants, walks and nature hikes, the roman archeological site of Glanum, stunning holiday rentals and 300 days of sun a year. What more do you need ...
Said to be one of the prettiest villages in the whole of France, Les-Baux-de-Provence is certainly stunning with its hilltop location in the Alpilles, in Provence, Southern France. It overlooks exceptional landscapes on Arles, the Camargue and the Alpilles and offers you panoramas to take your breath away. The immense and superb stone fortress is undoubtedly one of the must see attractions in Provence.
Maussane-les-Alpilles lies at the foot of the Alpilles mountain range, an area of natural beauty that is primed for enjoyable days in a traditional holiday home. With a varied array of outdoor activities and fantastic restaurants and the famous perched villages to visit making Maussane-les-Alpilles a great base to explore the delights of Provence.
The beauty of Aix-en-Provence, city of Art, is discovered while strolling. Through the promenades around the renowned Cours Mirabeau. It was the city of the painter Paul Cézanne, its countryside inspired some of the greatest impressionist artwork.
Arles, Capital city of the Camargue region, the meeting place for photography, music and bullfights… A city of art and history with its ancient city center and roman monuments.
The Provençal village of Eygalières is a small village just 5 mn from Saint Rémy de Provence surrounded by the superb landscapes of the Alpilles, with olive groves, green valleys and vine fields punctuated here and there by some of the most beautiful and picturesque properties in the region
Le Paradou is a charming little village situated between the Baux de Provence and Maussane les Alpilles at the foot of the Alpilles mountain range. Filled with beautifully restored holiday homes and colourful gardens. With its narrow, well-maintained streets, brightly painted shutters, restaurants decorated in Provençal style and tempting boutiques, Le Paradou is a glorious example of Provence at its best !
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