As the capital of the Alpilles’ Natural Regional Park, Saint-Rémy de Provence has an absolute authentic charm. The sun shines 300 days a year on the shaded boulevards and quaint squares with their pretty fountains, where markets, festivities and festivals are held throughout the year - giving it a lively atmosphere.
As an important place for artistic creation in the South of France, the town is home to around thirty artists, who set up their workshops there. At the end of his life, Vincent Van Gogh actually painted over 150 canvasses there, including The Starry Night, The First Steps and Noon - Rest from Work.
At just 45 minutes from the airport of Marseille and 15 minutes from the train station and private airport of Avignon, Saint-Rémy de Provence draws in celebrities and tourists from all over the world every year. In this unspoiled area of Provence, beautiful luxury stone farmhouses and charming stone houses only have splendid wine estates to compete. It would be impossible for you to discover Saint-Rémy de Provence without falling in love with this typical village.