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Provence in One Day Small Group Day Trip from Avignon
"You will visit the famous Pont du Gard bridge classified as a UNESCO World Heritage site and dating back to the 1st century. You'll also tour the historic center of Les Baux de Provence with free time to enjoy lunch on your own.After a stop at the Antiques of Saint Remy de Provence a triumphal arch and funeral monument in a field of olive trees painted many times by Vincent Van Gogh you'll journey to the Luberon made famous by Peter Mayle in his book A Year in Provence.You'll also visit Roussillon and the dry-stone village of Gordes one of the most beautiful villages in France. Finally there's a visit to a lavender museum to discover the floral symbol of Provence. You'll witness a distillation demonstration during the harvest (from July to August)."""
From EUR105.00
 
Private Tour: Saint Rémy de Provence - Arles and Les Baux de Provence from Aix-en-Provence
"Small group tour Saint Rémy de Provence Arles and Les Baux de Provence from Avignon""Departure for Arles the Great Roman city founded by Cesar to explore the historic center and the main monuments Saint Tropime church Van Gogh Cafe and hospital the Arena and amphitheater
From EUR590.00
 
Private Provence Tour: In the Footsteps of Van Gogh
"You’ll be picked up from your Avignon hotel in the morning or afternoon by your private guide. Traveling by air-conditioned minivan head 45 minutes north to the city of Arles where you’ll spend a few hours discovering the landscapes that inspired the works of famous post-Impressionist Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh. Van Gogh lived in Arles from 1888 to 1889 and produced more than 300 paintings and drawings during his time there. Your expert art historian guide will take you to the sites that appear in some of Van Gogh’s most treasured paintings including Le Café La Nuit and Le Jardin de l’Hotel Dieu. But there’s more to Arles than Van Gogh; the city is home to many impressive Roman monuments some of which are UNESCO World Heritage sites. Travel back in time with a visit to the famous Arles Amphitheatre one of Arles' most prominent attractions.Back aboard the minivan
From EUR38.00

More Things to Do in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence

Study the Ancient Ruins Of Glanum Across the Road

Across the road from the Antiquities is the destroyed city of Glanum. It was eliminated in about 270 and the city was seen to slowly rise again nearby as St.Remy. The original city was started in the...
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hquittner
Mar 27, 2011

Look At The Mausoleum (The Antiquities)

The Mausoleum standing next to the Triumphal Arch, south of St.-Remis is a rare example of an ancient monument that is in pristine condition. It was built during the first years of the 1C AD to honor...
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hquittner
Mar 27, 2011

The Vault of the Triumphal Arch

The vault of the Triumphal arch is intact and has a coffered ceiling with uniform hexagonal floral centers. The edge of the arch is decorated with groups of flowers and sheaves of leaves and buds....
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hquittner
Mar 22, 2011

The Faces of the Triumphal Arcg

On the piers on each of the surfaces of the arch are bas reliefs. On the left side of the arch the inner figure on each surface is a Victorious Warrior (dressed in a short skirt) and laterally a...
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hquittner
Mar 22, 2011

The Antiquities

Just 1 km south of St. Remy, at the left of the road as one leaves town, is an open area containing two ancient Roman monuments. The nearest one is the Triumphal Arch and the further one ys tge...
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hquittner
Mar 21, 2011

Visit the Public Square

As you stroll through the streets of St. Remy, you might eventually come upon Place Jules Pelissier, where the town square and Dolphin fountain are located.The town square fronts St. Remy's town hall...
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VeronicaG
Oct 11, 2009
 
 
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Roaming the Streets of St. Remy de Provence

Beautifully preserved medieval architecture, charming shopfronts trimmed in traditional Provence Blue or windows showcasing tantalizing pastry and freshly baked baguettes all added to St. Remy's...
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VeronicaG
Oct 11, 2009

Do nothing on a list except explore and enjoy

I travel to Provence frequently for one of my small international businesses (importing essential oils for aromatherapy) and love it. The best tfree times are exploring the area and making my own...
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parisbill
Jul 05, 2006

Vincent Van Gogh Circuit

Along the roads of St Remy are signboards which mark the suppossed positions where Van Gogh painted. However, to better follow the route, why not arm yourself with a "Patrimoine" brochure that is...
brenns
May 20, 2006

Nature Trips to the Alpilles

Before embarking on any trips on your own in or around St Remy de Provence, do make a trip down to the local tourist office. Outside there is a white-board stating the various programmes that is...
brenns
May 20, 2006

Visit Les Antiques

Formerly this spot was a Roman settlement named Glanum. The South of France has other reminders that it was once part of the Roman Empire...these were the first we saw, and were only about 20 minutes...
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Radiomom
Jun 09, 2003

St. Paul-de-Mausole, Van Gogh exhibition

At St. Paul-de-Mausole - much to our surprise - we found an exhibition centering around Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) who spent the last year of his life here.
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egonwegh
Aug 03, 2011

The Base (Podium) of the Mausoleum

There are four bas reliefs that decorate the base of the monument. One cvers the entire face of each side. Each one is a battle scene
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hquittner
Mar 27, 2011

Glanum - Les Antiques

This is the second most preserved Roman antiquity. It is free to just walk around what was once Glanum. We were using Cadogan's Provence guidebook for self-guided tour.
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Radiomom
Jun 09, 2003

Top Hotels in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence

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Avenue Theodore Aubanel, dite Plaisance du Touch, St-Rémy-de-Provence, 13210, France
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Route de Tarascon, St-Rémy-de-Provence, 13210, France
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Petite route des Baux (D27), St-Rémy-de-Provence, 13210, France
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Chemin Canto-Cigalo, St-Remy-de-Provence, Provence, 13210, France
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Top 5 Saint-Rémy-de-Provence Writers

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VeronicaG

"Saint Remy--A Town Nestled in the Alpilles"
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Radiomom

"Provence is simply Heaven on Earth"
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hquittner

"The Ancient City of Glanum Was Here"
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Beausoleil

"St. Remy has history . . . and tourists"
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brenns

"Charming Town In The Foothills of Alpilles"
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