Les Baux de Provence

At the heart of the natural regional park of les Alpilles, classified resort "Un des Plus Beaux Villages de France", Les Baux-de-Provence is a listed heritage site. The village is unique because it is just that bit more famous than others, and just a bit more magical. And the essence that gives Provencal villages their very special atmosphere and fragrance is here too – small squares, well-shaded terraces, narrow streets and small shops.

Located on a rocky plateau in the heart of the Alpilles, the town of Les Baux-de-Provence provides a breathtaking panoramic view down over Arles and the Camargue. It has been patiently restored and now boasts a historical and architecture heritage consisting of 22 listed buildings.

Tourism Office of les Baux de Provence http://www.lesbauxdeprovence.com/en




Visit the castle of les Baux with the audio guide and discover the dungeons, fortified towers, giant buttresses and spectacular landscape from the rocks to the sea, more than 1000 years of history!
Sightseeing tools for people with impared vision. 


The new magical audiovisual show "Picasso and the Spanish masters" projected onto the immense walls, pillars and floor of the Carrières, explores one century of the Spanish painting.

The visit of the quarries will enable you to discover the mineral beauty of this unuasual and unique place. The quarries were excavated over the years to extract limestone in order to build various buildings in the region.

Also the short program "Flower power and the pop culture".

The Magical audiovisual program is produced by Carrières de Lumières located in the impressive limestone quarries of les Baux-de-Provence. The effect takes the visitor to the very heart of a universe of images on walls, floors and ceilings used as natural screens for the projections.



He stands among the most celebrated contemporary French painters. Although he was faithful to the figurative tradition, his ample métier was enriched by his personal vision.

His oeuvre proved to be very diverse, for besides his well-known landscapes, he also painted vast canvases, portraits and still lifes. Moreover, he was deeply interested in all the techniques at the disposition of his fertile artistic mind and craft.

A lover of Mediterranean landscapes, Yves Brayer sojourned in Marocco, Spain and Italy before settling down in the Camargue and in Provence.