Tourism in Saint-Rémy de Provence

Explore the rich history, vibrant culture, and stunning natural landscapes of Saint-Rémy de Provence. Experience an exceptional journey in the heart of Provence, from Roman ruins to traditional festivities.

Tourism in Saint-Rémy de Provence

The town of Saint-Rémy de Provence is known all over the world. Throughout the year, tourists of all nationalities come to discover this exceptional town. Close to other equally famous cities (Arles, Avignon, Tarascon, Les Baux de Provence), Saint-Rémy has become a must-visit place for anyone who wants to discover Provence.

Historical tourism


The historical heritage of Saint-Rémy, dating back to the Neolithic period, is especially known for the Roman ruins, Les Antiques and Glanum. Less famous, the Saint-Paul de Mausole monastery, specialized in mental health, hosted Vincent Van Gogh in 1889. The history of Saint-Rémy is also exhibited in the Alpilles Museum.

Cultural tourism

photo Alpilium

Saint-Rémy is also a cultural crossroads, the Alpilium offering various shows and concerts. Art, particularly painting and sculpture, is celebrated at the Estrine Museum, in the city center's art galleries and during the "La route des peintres" event.

Exceptional natural landscape

photo Lac de Barreau

With the Alpilles massif offering a unique landscape at its doorstep, Saint-Rémy enjoys an exceptional environment. Sites such as Lake Peiroou, Lake Barreau and the Alpilles trails are to be explored. The rich history, the living environment and the dynamic local life make Saint-Rémy a top tourist destination.

Town of tradition

photo Arènes Chomel-Coinon

Saint-Rémy keeps Provençal traditions alive with multiple annual events such as the Féria, the Horse Fair, the Transhumance Festival and various bullfighting events to energize the town.