Situated between the Durance and the Rhône, the Alpilles massif is appreciated for its landscapes and its remarkable biodiversity. Between wetlands and dry scrublands, men have shaped this territory 30 kilometers long and about 10 kilometers wide. The Alpilles Regional Nature Park is ideal for hiking, road biking and mountain biking. The unspoiled villages, which for a long time lived from wine and olive oil production, nowadays seduce tourists. Alphonse Daudet’s mill in Fontvieille, King René’s castle, the ancient town of Glanum, the Ecomuseum of La Crau, the historical heritage of the Alpilles offers many treasures.
Museums in the Bouches-du-Rhône
The sea, nature and culture are all part of the Bouches-du-Rhône’s tourist offer, with a large number of museums of all sizes, on a variety of themes. Depending on your desires, you can discover, for example, the Louis Jou Foundation in Les Baux-de-Provence, the Camargue Museum in Arles, the Provencal Museum of Urban and Regional Transport in Fuveau, the Granet museum in Aix-en-Provence, the Provencal Museum of Urban and Regional Transport in Fuveau, and more.