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(45 minutes for Salon de Provence)

Situated in the heart of the Alpilles, Saint Rémy is one of the must-sees of Provence. Its green and subtly perfumed valleys, its beautiful residences restored with taste and its old streets full of charm made its success... 

A beautiful heritage enriched by the archaeological site of Glanum and the Antiques, of which the Triumphal Arch and the Mausoleum of Julius are the exceptional testimonies of the High Antiquity. 

Site archéologique de Glanum

Archaeological site of Glanum 

The archaeological site of Glanum presents the ancient remains of an entire city whose influence was undeniable from the 6th century BC to the 3rd century AD. 

This urbanistic concentration integrating civil and religious monuments is unique in Provence. 


The local elites took advantage of the natural resources, the perennial spring and the limestone, to adorn the city with a monumental setting unique in Provence. 

We can still see the great monuments, arranged along a central street, which characterise the cities of Imperial Rome, the temples, the basilica, the Forum, the Curia, the thermal baths and the houses. 


Full price: € 8.00 


Reduced rate: free 


Under 18s, 18-25s (European Union citizens), Disabled persons, Jobseekers: free 


Price of the guided tour: Free for the general public 


Duration: 1h15 

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Saint-Paul de Mausole

Saint-Paul de Mausole

Transferred from the hospital in Arles to the Saint-Paul de Mausole asylum, Vincent van Gogh arrived in Saint-Rémy de Provence on 8 May 1889. Fascinated by the quality of the light and the fiery beauty of the landscapes he discovered in Saint-Rémy, he was inspired, happy and relieved to finally find a humanistic, tolerant and welcoming environment with the nuns and the nursing staff. 


The cloister floor contains the rooms of the asylum: the reconstruction of the room Vincent van Gogh occupied on the first floor can still be visited today. 


Open 7 days a week: 


from 27 September to 31 October 2021: from 10.15 a.m. to 12 noon and from 1 p.m. to 5.15 p.m. (last admission at 4.45 p.m.). 


November 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022: same as above, but last admission at 4:30 p.m. 


Prices 2021 : 


individuals: 6.50 euros 


reduced: groups, students, disabled: 4.50 euros 


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To go further... 

Moulin du Calanquet 

Museum of the Alpilles 

Catholic Church and Collegiate Church of Saint-Martin 

Roman wall known as the "Marius wall 

Hôtel de Sade

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