Surrounding area

Explore from Les Baux-de-Provence the riches of the Alpilles and beyond.

Set out from Les Baux-de-Provence and explore the riches of the Alpilles, Arles and La Camargue, Avignon and the Luberon, Nîmes and the Pont du Gard.…

Visit Saint-Rémy de Provence, just a stone’s throw from Les Baux-de-Provence and explore the Greco-Roman archaeological site of Glanum. Walk in the footsteps of Van Gogh. Eygalières, Maussane-les-Alpilles, Mouriès… stroll along the little lanes of these charming Provençal villages. Rediscover the tales from your childhood. In Fontvieille is the windmill where Alphonse Daudet wrote his ‘Letters from my windmill’. On the road into Arles, its centre designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, visit the beautiful Montmajour Abbey.

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Discover Les Baux

Visit Les Baux-de-Provence at any time of year and discover the changing palette of light and colours of the Alpilles landscape. At Les Baux-de-Provence you can explore history dating back thousands of years, age-old traditions and the Provençal way of life with its tastes and flavours. Enjoy your visit!

Accommodation and Restaurants

For one night or a few weeks, Les Baux-de-Provence offers relaxation, cultural and historical visits, arts and outdoor excursions. Find the accommodation and restaurant that will make your stay an unforgettable experience. Download the hotel and B&B availability in Les Baux-de-Provence

Nature and Countryside

The natural surroundings and exceptional landscapes of the Alpilles have inspired numerous artists, including some famous names such as Vincent Van Gogh, Jean Cocteau and Yves Brayer. The footpaths criss-crossing Les Baux-de-Provence will appeal equally to lovers of history and of sport, and also to families seeking walks in a unique setting. The local flora […]

Tourist Office

Maison du Roy, Rue Porte Mage,
13520 Les Baux-de-Provence
Tél. +33 (0)4 90 54 34 39

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Opening hours
Monday to Friday: 9.00 am to 6.00 pm
Weekends & public holidays: 10.00 am to 5.30 pm
Closure: 25 December and 1 January