Situated in the heart of the Alpilles Regional Natural Park on a rocky plateau, Les Baux de Provence overlooks Arles and the Camargue, offering an exceptional panorama of this region. After a long restoration, the village has an outstanding historical heritage with no less than 22 architectural pieces classified as historical monuments. Churches, castles, town hall, hospital or chapels are all masterpieces to be discovered in this picturesque town of Les Baux de Provence. The Château des Baux is thus a unique testimony to medieval history, the Church of Saint Vincent, both Romanesque and Renaissance, has beautiful stained-glass windows by Max Ingrand, the 16th and 17th century mansions house art galleries and museums, such as the Yves Brayer Museum and the Museum of Santons, as well as the Louis Jou Foundation where you will discover other treasures, not forgetting the Town Hall which occupies the former Hôtel de Manville. With more than one and a half million visitors, compared to 500 inhabitants in normal times, the village of Les Baux de Provence, classified as one of the "most beautiful villages in France", is therefore an essential tourist destination in the region. The visit is exclusively on foot in the middle of old houses with beautiful Renaissance facades and mansions. Your stroll will also lead you to discover many craftsmen and shops selling Provencal products.

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Escapades romantiques aux quatre coins du pays

A romantic country if ever there was one, France offers a few essential escapades for all lovers eager to walk hand in hand. From the cliffs of Etretat to the City of Light, passing through the Alpilles, the half-timbered houses of Colmar or the historic residences of Cognac, here is our hit parade to melt your half once again around a good gastronomic table or under the walls of a charming hotel. Because to declare his love again, no need ...

Picasso et les maîtres espagnols aux Carrières de Lumières à Baux-de-Provence

Les Carrières de Lumières des Baux-de-Provence present their new digital and immersive exhibition: Picasso and the Spanish masters. From March 2, 2018 to January 6, 2019, the digitized masterpieces of Picasso, Goya and Sorolla will dialogue to music on the immense limestone surfaces of the Quarries. A true invitation to travel, this original multimedia creation will retrace a century of Spanish painting for an intense artistic experience. ...

Fanny Rey élue

The chef and owner of the Auberge de la Reine Jeanne in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, a one-star restaurant, was once again honoured by the famous red guide. The only female representative of the Michelin Guide's list of new Michelin stars in 2017, Fanny Rey was named "Female Chef of the Year 2017". Revealed to the general public by Top Chef in 2011, she has been working since 2012 with her companion Jonathan Wahid, French dessert champion, at ...

Fantastiques et merveilleuses Carrières de lumières

From March 4 to January 7, 2018, the Carrières de Lumières will be hosting its sixth multimedia exhibition devoted to Bosch, Brueghel and Arcimboldo. "Fantastic and wonderful" invites the viewer to explore the teeming world painted by these great masters of the 16th century, from the emblematic triptychs of Jerome Bosch to the vegetable compositions of Giuseppe Arcimboldo and the village festivals of the Bruegel dynasty. On the occasion of ...

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