Les Bouches du Rhone

Arles : 85 km

Formerly capital of Roman Gaul, then symbol of a radiating Christian past, Arles is today the vastest commune in France. Including a part of Camargue, its renown has spread abroad because of a famous painter who decided to stay there: Vincent Van Gogh. Arles has become an important touristic center with an exceptional heritage from antiquity. The Roman and Romanesque monuments of Arles are included in the UNESCO World Heritage list.

Les Baux de Provence : 75 km

Listed as one of the “Most beautiful villages in France” and as a historical monument, one of the most popular places in France, this site reveals the principal vestiges of the village’s past: old castle, dungeon, Sarrazine and Paravelle towers, castle chapel… Exceptional panorama of the entire region.

Saint Rémy de Provence : 67 km

Discovering Saint-Rémy-de-Provence also means enjoying the magnificent landscapes of the Massif des Alpilles, now classified as the Parc Naturel Régional des Alpilles (Alpilles Region Natural Park), with the town nestling at its foot. The archaeological site of Glanum at Saint-Rémy-de-Provence contains important religious and civic monuments and presents a fine example of urban development. A Gaulish oppidum built around a sacred spring stretches out before your eyes, revealing Greek and subsequent Roman influences

Tarascon : 68 km

The chateau René , one of the most beautiful medieval castles in France built in the 15TH century.

Enjoy your stay !