Les Baux de Provence

If you are looking for a quiet place for your next vacation, Baux-de-Provence is a great choice. The town is ranked one of the most beautiful villages in France, so you can imagine the context that awaits you. Things to see and do in Les Baux de Provence: The town of Les Baux-de-Provence has no beaches as its neighbors to the French Riviera to attract tourists, it enjoys by cons of landscapes and heritage cultural and architectural worth discovering. Although the town is small enough size, it houses no fewer than 22 historical monuments, most of which are in very good condition. If you want to start the discovery of Baux-de-Provence under good omens go to: - https://www.cityzeum.com/chateau-des-baux Château des Baux is a historical monument, it spreads over 7 hectares. From the castle you have stunning views over the valley of the Alpilles. If you want to know the history of the Lords of Baux-de-Provence opt for the guided tour is available in 10 languages. Visiting hours: from 9 am to 19:15 spring, in summer from 9 am to 20:15, in the fall of 9.30 to 18h in winter and from 10h to 17h. - The Church of St. Vincent https://www.cityzeum.com/eglise-saint-vincent-1 Baux: a building dating from the twelfth century. The main attraction of this church is its location in the middle of a place dotted with hackberry and elms. - La Chapelle Saint Blaise If you want to visit the town of Les Baux-de-Provence in no time, go to the Saint Blaise chapel and attend the screening of the documentary "Provence from the sky." This is possible throughout the year. - The https://www.cityzeum.com/hotel-de-ville-14 Hotel Manville