To the north of the Bouches-du-Rhône department, the Alpilles forms a chain of limestone mountains with rugged relief, stretched from east to west, which rises to 498 metres above sea level and offers superb landscapes: the view over Mont Ventoux and the Cévennes to the north, and over the plain of the Camargue to the Mediterranean Sea to the south. With a history spanning more than a thousand years and a wealth of must-see sites, it is a home of Provençal traditions.
BoulbonBetween Avignon and Tarascon, Boulbon nestles opposite the Rhône at the foot of the Montagnette.
Eygalières and the St. Sixtus chapelDiscover Eygalières the most pretty village in Provence and the Chapel of St. Sixtus in the Alpilles, icon of Provence.
FontvieilleBetween Arles and Les Baux de Provence, Fontvieille is the village of Alphonse Daudet and the Lettres de mon moulin.
GravesonLocated between Avignon and the Alpilles, Graveson is the village of the painter Auguste Chabaud
Les Baux de ProvenceIn the Alpilles, the Château des Baux de Provence is located in one of the most spectacular landscapes in Provence.
Orgon et Notre-Dame de BeauregardVisit Orgon, a Provencal village of in the Alpilles and the superb panorama from the Notre-Dame de Beauregard chapel overlooking the Durance valley and the Luberon
Saint Rémy de ProvenceSaint-Rémy de Provence is the small capital of the Alpilles.
TarasconTarascon is the city of Tarasque, Tartarin with one of the most beautiful medieval fortresses in France