Old town

With its cobblestone streets and fountains, old town Aix-en-Provence is an ideal area to stroll and enjoy the sun on its lively terraces.

From the Place de l’Hôtel de Ville (City Hall) to the Mazarin Quarter, you can contemplate the architectural heritage that the city has to offer and get carried away at the traditional markets.

Cours Mirabeau

Renowned for its four fountains and rows of trees, Mirabeau Avenue is the most prestigious area in town.

Recently refurbished, the promenade has many cafés and stores that date back to the nineteenth century. The pedestrian area is perfect for strolling and contemplating the beauty of this city.

Place de la Rotonde

With its majestic fountain, the Place de la Rotonde is a must-see in this city.

The fountain is governed by three statues representing Justice, Agriculture and Beaux Arts. Connected to the Cours Mirabeau, this square is the convergence point of the main avenues in the city.




Les musicales dans les Vignes

Les musicales dans les Vignes

From 4th July to 4th September

The Festival provides a series of jazz, classic, and tango concerts, all against the backdrop of the region’s incomparable vineyards. The good music is mixed with the aroma of Provence.

Fête du Calisson

Fête du Calisson

The 6th September

Traditional celebration commemorating the end of the plague in 1630. Mass is celebrated and then split the famous sweet almond covered with a layer of white candy "Calisson".


The largest metro area in the Midi area is located between the Mediterranean Sea and the Estaque mountain range.​

At the heart of Provence, Avignon is a medieval city that has maintained a rich religious heritage with scores of churches, chapels and the famous Palais des Papes.​