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Our region is full of small villages and exceptional places! Here's a selection of places to visit during your stay.


Nestled in the majestic Alpilles mountains, between Avignon and Arles, lies a little gem: Saint-Rémy de Provence. Beautifully restored houses, Renaissance and 18th-century town houses, chapels and convents line the winding streets of the historic centre.


The village of Les Baux-de-Provence, perched on a rocky outcrop, boasts an incredibly rich architectural heritage. Its citadel overlooks natural sites of extraordinary beauty.

Discover one of the Most Beautiful Villages in France and its places steeped in history.


City of Art and History, rich in ancient remains. Arles is reputed to have inspired the paintings of Van Gogh, who influenced the contemporary art exhibited at the Vincent Van Gogh Foundation. Once the provincial capital of ancient Rome, Arles is also renowned for its many ruins dating from that era, notably the Arles amphitheatre.


The historic centre of this former city of the Popes is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

A meeting place lined with café terraces and restaurants, the square is always bustling with activity. Just like the Place du Palais above, a vast esplanade filled with street performers in summer. 


Known as the "Venice of the Comtadine", L'Isle sur la Sorgue is one of the most attractive towns in the PACA region because of its exceptional living environment. It draws its attraction from the Sorgue, a river whose source never runs dry, giving the strange impression of a miraculous suspension of time. 


The city of Nîmes was remarkably built around and with its Roman monuments. It is this ancient architecture, in its many forms over the centuries, that has given the city its identity, its personality and its uniqueness, conferring on it an exceptional universal value. Nimes evokes the image of the Roman city par excellence


A superb hilltop village in the heart of the Luberon. On the edge of the Parc Naturel Régional du Luberon, in the heart of the Monts de Vaucluse, Gordes is the emblem of the Provençal hilltop village. Described, photographed and admired a thousand times, it owes its aura to the illustrious artists who once revealed it and left a cultural imprint that is still very much alive today.

The Camargue

The Camargue, a vast wetland area located in the Rhône delta, is an exceptional region: biologically rich, with a diversity of flora and fauna, a variety of landscapes, and the grandeur and history of Provençal culture... Born of the struggle between the Rhône and the Mediterranean Sea, the Camargue is, from a biological point of view, one of the richest regions in Western Europe.

Places to visit