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Graveson: tourism and travel guide

Located in the department of Bouches-du-Rhône, the dynamic village of Graveson seduces by its authentic charm, nestled in the heart of the spectacular landscapes of Provence.

For centuries and centuries, people have been taking part in the beauty of Provence: chapels, churches, castles, museums, wash houses are also worth a visit. The historical heart of Graveson welcomes various stores, offering to the inhabitants as well as to the tourists the various local businesses expected on vacations: bakery-pastry shop, coffee shop, grocery store…

Are you a nature lover? Get on your bike, put on your backpack and explore the paths of Provence: hiking and cycling are two popular activities in the region. Other outdoor activities can be enjoyed in Provence: horse riding, via ferrata, tree climbing, paragliding…

The culinary specialties of Provence are also a real tourist attraction. The area around Graveson invites you to beautiful gastronomic excursions, to meet local producers. Graveson has a market every Friday morning.

Are you looking for accommodation in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur? You prefer to stay in a bed and breakfast, hotel or camping? We will help you find the accommodation that meets all your criteria in the region.

You like to organize your stay in advance? Organize your stay by contacting the Tourist Office.

At the gateway to the Alpilles

The Provencal village of Graveson awaits you in the north of the Alpilles massif. The region abounds in remarkable tourist sites such as the town of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, with its restaurants, art galleries and the archaeological site of Glanum, or the village of Les Baux-de-Provence.

The Alpilles Regional Nature Park also offers a wealth of hiking, cycling and mountain biking opportunities.

Museums and monuments around Graveson

Do you enjoy cultural visits? Graveson is ideally located.

You can discover the abbey of Saint-Michel-de-Frigolet, a place steeped in spirituality.

Avignon is famous for its ramparts, museums and monuments. One day is not enough to visit the Palais des Papes, the Petit Palais museum, the Calvet museum, the Requien museum and the many other cultural sites in the city.

Saint-Remy-de-Provence is home to the remains of Glanum, an ancient Celtic and then Roman town. You can also visit the Hôtel de Sade, and discover the many art galleries in the historic centre of this small Provencal town.

The ruins of an ancient castle still overlook the neighbouring town of Châteaurenard.

The Tarascon castle, one of the finest medieval fortresses in Provence, is also close to Graveson.

Visiting Graveson: practical information

The Terre de Provence Tourist Office has all the information you need to prepare your visit to Graveson: