The Regional Natural Park of the Alpilles

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The Regional Natural Park of the Alpilles

The regional natural park is one of France’s classified and protected areas. A guarantee of conservation of its strong heritage and landscape value.

Learn more about the Regional Natural Park of the Alpilles

Did you know? The Alpilles Natural Park is one of the smallest in France, encompassing 16 municipalities. This territory includes the limestone massif of the Alpilles, as well as the beautiful town of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence and the historic village of Les Baux-de-Provence. Here, nature and heritage coexist, making this area a unique place filled with wonders that captivates many.

For athletes 💪

Do you like hiking? The park of Alpilles and its valleys will be for you a small paradise! Numerous hiking trails crisscross the Alpilles, offering stunning landscapes. Here, olive groves, vineyards and pine forests combine perfectly to delight your eyes.
And of course, you can also explore the massif’s trails on mountain bikes for a dose of adventure!

The limestone cliffs of this massif are the ideal playground for climbers. Indeed, many climbing sites are listed, catering to everyone from beginners to experienced climbers.

For contemplatives 📸

Tourist sites and iconic monuments abound in the Alpilles Park. The emblematic small village of Les Baux-de-Provence is a must-visit and embodies history. Older still, the archaeological site of the Oppidum in Mouriès is a historical monument and offers a charming journey into the past. Eventually, many other sites and typical Provencal villages are waiting to be discovered during your stay in the Alpilles.

Would you like to find out more about the park’s special features? We recommend a visit to the Maison du Parc, which offers a wealth of information to help you better understand the site.