Located between the Rhône and Durance valleys, the Alpilles massif has a remarkable biodiversity. Between wetlands and scrubland, men occupy this territory which is 30 kilometers long and about 10 kilometers wide. The Alpilles can be ideally discovered on foot, on horseback or by bike. The picturesque villages, which for a long time lived off the cultivation of vines and olive trees, now seduce tourists. Antiquity and the Middle Ages have handed down to history some of the most beautiful tourist destinations in the Alpilles, such as the archaeological site of Glanum, the castle of King René in Tarascon and the castle of Les Baux.
Museums in the Bouches-du-Rhône
Many museums await you in the Bouches-du-Rhône department. Large museums or foundations, you will be able to multiply cultural outings! For example, you can visit the Louis Jou museum in Baux-de-Provence, the Suffren and old Saint Cannat museum, the historical mining museum in Gréasque, the museum of old Allauch, the Provencal museum of urban and regional transport in Fuveau, the museum of art and military history of the Emperi in Salon-de-Provence, the Ziem Museum in Martigues…