A Natural Park full of history, culture and beauty.
The smaller of the two main National Parks in Provence, les Alpilles is home to a huge selection of vineyards and local olive mills. Beyond that, it offers a great selection of small to medium sized villages, each with unique appeal and varying amenities. From the imposing castle of Les Baux to the relaxed cafe culture of the modern French village, there is enough to appeal to everyone; explorers, relaxers, artists and foodies alike!
Below you can find out more about some of the main villages in the Alpilles, what not to miss, and the best places to eat!
The most recognisable town in the Alpilles, St-Rémy offers plenty to do for the whole family. A wide range of amenities, gastronomic delights and much more makes this town a popular destination.
Find out more about St-Rémy-de-Provence here.
A quiet café culture village, offering plenty of amenities and great access to both of the nearby Natural Parks.
Find out more about Eygalières here.
Famous for the timeless Moulin de Daudet, Fontvieille is a village which offers endless historic charm, highlighting the Provençal culture.
Find out more about Fontvieille here.