Situated in the heart of the Alpilles, Saint Rémy is one of the "must-sees" in Provence. Surrounded by lush green perfumed valleys, its ancient streets are lined with beautifully restored old houses.... you will love this charming town with its Provencal 'aroma'.
While strolling through the narrow winding streets you will discover old fountains, shady squares, picturesque restaurants and elegant boutiques selling olive oil, printed cloth and the scents of Provence,
Saint Rémy de Provence is a typical Provençal town, proud of its prestigious Roman remains unearthed during excavations in 1921 on the Glanum and Antiques sites.
On the Antiques plateau stands a cenotaph (a Roman monument erected in homage to a deceased individual) in an excellent state of preservation.
This little jewel of Roman art dates back to the very first years of our era. According to the inscription on the freize, in all likelihood it is dedicated to the memory of Caius and Lucius, the grandsons of the Emperor Augustus
34 Bd Mirabeau, St-Remy-de-Provence 13210
All you need to know about perfume with a display of bottles dating back 3,000 years
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Hotel de Sade, St-Remy-de-Provence 13210
Combines guided tours to Glanum and Musee des Alpilles
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Musee des Alpilles
Hotel Mistral de Mondragon, Place Flavier, St-Remy-de-Provence 13210
An introduction to local customs and St-Remy's famous son Nostradamus
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Bd Marceau, St-Remy-de-Provence 13210
This church is proud of its organ built in 1983 and said to be the finest organ ever made!
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Glanum, St-Remy-de-Provence 13210
the Roman remains of the ancient city of Glanum
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