Best Things To Do in Les-Baux-de-Provence


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How to Get to  Les Baux de Provence

From Avignon: A7, exit 24 Avignon Sud – via Noves and Saint-Remy de Provence. 40 minutes From Marseille: A7 direction Lyon – A54 direction Arles, exit 11 Saint Martin de Crau, via -les-Alpilles. 1h 10 minutes From Nimes: A9 – A54, exit Arles number 7, via Fontvieille. 50 minutes Nearby airports: Marseille

Best Time To Visit Les Baux De Provence

We recommend that you visit in winter, autumn or spring as these are the seasons when the town is at its most beautiful.

Castle of Les Baux de Provence

Covering an area of 7 hectares, this site was the political and cultural epicenter of Les Baux de Provence between the 11th and 17th centuries

Carrières de Lumières

This place is known worldwide as the Cathedral of Images. Today, there are more than 10,000 projectors inside the venue that projects various art exhibits.

Lavender Fields - Sault 

It is a beautiful village that lives from its wheat, spelt, and lavender crops.

Lavender Fields - Apt

This village is surrounded by lavender fields and vineyards, offering a stunning summer landscape.

Lavender Fields - Ferrasières

Ferrassières has a lavender festival on the first Sundays of July. You will find everything related to lavender here .

Santons Museum

We recommend visiting the Santos Museum, where the town’s history is shown through figures.

Yves Brayer Museum

You can admire some of Yves Brayer's great works showing postcards of Provence, such as the village of Les Baux de Provence itself.

Best Things To Do Near Les Baux de Provence

Aix en Provence, a city full of history and beauty that opens its doors to those curious about art and architecture. Pont du Gard, one of Europe’s most important Roman aqueducts. Avignon, a great architectural town and cultural heritage, has remained in good condition. Arles, a great Roman heritage present in this city and for which it has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

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