What to do in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence?

Saint-Rémy-de-Provence is an ideal starting point for exploring all the wonders and all the cities of Provence . The region and the city are known to everyone for the passage of the famous artist Vincent Van Gogh. A whole tour through Provence will take you through the places that inspired the artist in some of his works: Saint-Paul-de-Mausole, an illustrated walking tour with 21 paintings by Van Gogh and the Estrine museum.

Walk the streets of the city center and the surrounding areas of the city to discover: the archaeological site of Glanum, the Moulin du Calanquet, Antiques and the Provençal market.  

The Baux de Provence

In the heart of the Alpilles, a few minutes' drive from Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, go to Baux-de-Provence. Stroll through the streets of the city center and learn to discover all the secrets of Baux-de-Provence. Visit the Château des Baux-de-Provence, the Saint-Vincent Church, the Museum of Santons, the Porte Eyguières, the Chapel of the White Pénitents and the Pavilion of Queen Jeanne. The city's must-see sites are the Carrières de Lumières. These limestone quarries host immersive and temporary exhibitions. Let yourself be carried away by a unique experience that combines light and music.

The Mediterranean Sea

Stay one hour from the first fine sandy beachesof Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer and Grau-du-Roi. Lazing around, relaxing, sunbathing and swimming will be there during your stop on the Camargue beaches. In the heart of the Camargue, let yourself be charmed by landscapes that are still wild and preserved. 

Avignon, the City of the Popes

Famous for its festival, for its bridge and for the ramparts of its city center, Avignon is just a 30-minute drive from our tourist residence with swimming pool in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence. Discover the city's must-see sites: the Pont d'Avignon, the Palais des Papes, Place Pie, the Cathedral and the Rocher des Doms, the Petit Palais museum, the Calvet museum, the Saint-Martial Chapel, etc. 

Arles, the Roman city

The largest city in France, by its surface area, will surprise and amaze you. The activities, the historical sites and the exceptional monuments will be there. Arles is classified as a “City of Art and History”, it is full of exceptional monuments: the arenas, the Roman theater, the cryptoportics, the thermal baths of Constantine, the Saint-Trophime cathedral, the Alyscamps and many other monuments populate the city.


In an hour's drive, you will be in the city center of Nîmes. This charming town is a must-see in the south of France. Stroll through Nîmes and don't miss its Arènes, the Maison Carrée, the Musée de la Romanité, the tower of the Clock and the Castellum Aquae. The Pont-du-Gard is located very close to Nîmes. You will discover more than 40 centuries of history there.

Marseille, the Phocaean City

Visit one of the most emblematic cities of the French Riviera: Marseille. Let yourself be seduced by the sound of the cicadas, by the atmosphere of its Old Port, by the charm of its Panier district and by the excitement of the Vieux-Port Canebière. Don't miss the Notre-Dame de la Garde Basilica, the one that the Marseillais call "The Good Mother".