Bouches-du-Rhône

The Bouches du Rhône department is one of the most popular regions of France for tourism, it enjoys a mild and sunny climate, colorful scenery, beautiful beaches along the Mediterranean, and excellent cuisine Provencal. The main cities to visit are: Aix en Provence, Arles and Marseilles. The Bouches-du-Rhône is also home to many remarkable natural sites, like the Camargue marshes, the creeks of Cassis or the rural landscape of the Alpilles. Things to see and do in the Bouches-du-Rhône: the inevitable. The heritage of the Rhone delta department is particularly rich and diversified: In Arles, Roman ruins are all UNESCO World Heritage of Humanity (arenas, antique theater, & hellip;) and to Saint-Remy- de-Provence (Glanum site) & hellip; Aix en Provenc e is also a major destination with over a hundred of sites classified as historical heritage. And then of course http://www.cityzeum.com/tourisme/marseille Marseille, with its old harbor, its basilica of Our Lady of the Guard and its picturesque neighborhoods Estaque and Cart. Key events in the south of France. Petanque lovers do not miss the National bowler Week which takes place every January in Martigues. Every year thousands of players compete, in teams or solo, men, women, junior, senior, of handi-bodied competitions are also organized; Otherwise nothing to do, the main driven events




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