From here it's roughly 45 miles (72 kilometers) to the southeast to Marseille and 110 miles (177 kilometers) to the east to Cannes.
Dotted around the region are a few impressive historic castles. Admire the strong outer defenses or walk into the spaces that once symbolized the ruler’s power at the Chateau des Baux, the Chateau de Tarascon and the Chateau de l'Emperi.
During a tour of St.-Remy-de-Provence, don’t miss out on the historical religious sites. The Silvacane Abbey and the Collegiale Saint-Martin are two of St.-Remy-de-Provence’s most popular examples. Enjoy the reverential atmosphere of these special places.
There’s no reason not to work on your swing when staying in St.-Remy-de-Provence, home to a number of the finest golf courses in the region. Indulge in your favourite pastime at Servanes Golf and Baux-de-Provence Golf.
Among the more interesting historic places in St.-Remy-de-Provence is the Archaeological site of Glanum. Educational and intriguing, it is well worth taking the time to explore. Spend some time visiting this site and also other local historic places for an insight into the events that shaped this city.
One of the premier attractions for all the family in the St.-Remy-de-Provence area is Labyrinths Giants. Laugh, learn and be amazed at this much-loved destinations for the young and the young at heart.
Set aside a few hours to explore the Centre d'Art Presence Van Gogh, one of the most popular cultural destinations in St.-Remy-de-Provence. Take advantage of the peaceful atmosphere, ask about the guided tours, buy something from the gift shop or just explore the relics of the past.
St.-Remy-de-Provence is a special place that becomes a richer experience for savvy travellers who stay a little longer. The Mas de la Pyramide, The Mas de la Pyramide, the St-Paul-de-Mausole and the Cathedrale d'Images are four great spots to wrap up your stay in this colorful holiday destination.