Tourism in Meyreuil

The village of Meyreuil benefits from an exceptional setting, in the heart of the Bouches-du-Rhône department. Nestled under the sun of Provence, the village reveals the picturesque charm of its old houses. With its 4,500 inhabitants, the village of Meyreuil offers the authenticity of a village, with local stores (bakeries, grocery stores or mini-markets, etc.).

Nature activities are numerous. Rent a mountain bike or a bike, put on your backpack and explore the sunny paths of Provence. According to your desires, you can also try your hand at other activities in the Bouches-du-Rhône department: paragliding, climbing, tree climbing, via ferrata…

The gastronomic specialties of Provence are a real tourist attraction. During your stay, you should definitely visit a local market to discover vegetables, fruit, honey, sweets and other specialties produced in the area.

The historical and cultural heritage of Provence conceals little known and singular treasures: churches or abbeys, residences of character, castles or manor houses…

Many monuments can be visited in the Bouches-du-Rhône department. You can get closer to the Tourist Office to know all the activities.

Are you looking for accommodation in Southern France? The Bouches-du-Rhône department lends itself to camping but you can also find guest rooms and hotels with authentic charm. Organize your stay by choosing your accommodation online.

Museums in the Bouches-du-Rhône

Sea, nature and culture are part of the department’s tourist offer. Indeed, you will find several dozen museums, prestigious or more unusual, to visit with your family. According to your desires, you will be able to discover, for example, the museum of Salon and La Crau in Salon-de-Provence, the Emile Pico museum of Mallemort, the Suffren and Old Saint Cannat museum, and the Réattu museum in Arles.

Mining past in the spotlight

This Provencal territory has also had an industrial past, with an extraction activity of coal for a thermal power station. The Mining Museum of Gréasque bears witness to this history with rare pieces and life-size reconstructions.