Hotel in Saint Remy de Provence in the Alpilles park

Taste the castle life in less than 30 minutes from Arles or Avignon.

What could be more perfect than a hotel in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence in the Alpilles Park to explore the real Provence.

Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, one of the most beautiful villages of France, enjoys a prime position to reach the plains of the Camargue, admire the steep hills of the Alpilles, or visit historic medieval monuments that abound in the cities Arles, Avignon or Nimes. 

Your thirst for exceptional landscapes and discovery of a heritage of more than real beauty too will be filled during your stay at the Château de Roussan. 

Hotel Château de Roussan **** near Arles, Avignon and Nîmes

At 30 minutes from Arles, the Château de Roussan is the perfect starting point for your adventures in Provence.

Arles is a city of painters Van Gogh, Picasso and more recently the festival photographers. But it is also the place that has the most Roman monuments, after Rome: ancient theaters, baths, Roman circuses ... The city is full of enchanting places to see absolutely. In summer, the Camargue bullfights will delight you with courage, address, elegance the men called “razeteurs” playing with the bull to take away roundel and tassels, set between the horns of the animal, but also Bullfights, real show that will not leave you indifferent.
The gates of the Camargue, Arles is the perfect entry to the world of herds and herdsmen.

From the Hôtel ****Château de Roussan, browse twenty kilometers to discover the majestic Papal city. Avignon has kept its monumental past capital of Christianity in the Middle Ages traces.

The Popes' Palace, the Bridge of Avignon, whose real name is Saint Benezet bridge, ramparts, all testimony to greatness, World Heritage of UNESCO.
And prestigious theater festival beaten the cultural heart of the European scene every summer.
Museums attract tourists from around the world.

At the heart of the scrubland, Nîmes is about fifty minutes from the Château de Roussan. A trip to the land of ancient culture where dialogue with contemporary art. Maison Carree, remains intact even in Ancient Rome, coexists with Art Square, architect Norman Foster, a mecca of modern art where Giacometti or Turner throne. 

Picturesque villages and stunning scenery of the Alpilles

Between the plains of the Camargue and the Crau, stands the Alpilles. The massif rises to less than 500 m but the contrast with the surrounding expanses of delta is impressive.
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From north to south, from Saint-Remy-de-Provence, the Alpilles is part of the Regional Natural Park of the Alpilles which houses 16 magnificent picturesque villages perched in a wild and unspoiled landscape.

Follow the road to the vineyards, or more original, that of olive mills to discover the villages of architectural and typicality that open onto beautiful scenery. Some examples of wonders accessible to few kilometers from the Château de Roussan :

  • Les Baux-de-Provence for its perched on a rocky outcrop and monumental career dressed in lights and sounds castle.
  • The troglodyte village of Cales and Lamanon.
  • Maussane Eyguières, Aureille, Eygalières, Fontvieille, Saint Etienne du Gres, Tarascon, these places offer shady places, Church, Chapel, winding streets, ruins,
  • The year is marked by traditional festivals and weeks in village markets.
  • Discover the landscapes of rare beauty: one of the last steppes of Europe in the Natural Reserve of Coussouls the Crau. Paradou, old Marais des Baux offer "Camargue" or Mouriès first Olive village.

Saint Remy de Provence city of art and history

2 km from the birthplace of Nostradamus, St. Remy de Provence, cited proud of its past and looking to the future, the Castle Hotel **** Roussan offers privileged to live in Provence.
Built on an ancient Roman road, Saint-Rémy-de-Provence is full of monuments telling the story of yesterday and today.
The site Glanum, 2500 years old, shows successive invasions: Greek, Roman and barbarian, the most destructive.
At the entrance of the city of Glanum still stands the Arc de Triomphe and the Mausoleum remains of the Gallo-Roman erae.  
The monastery of St. Paul of Mausolus, Van Gogh lived part of his most prolific life. The place offers a dive into the world of this genius artist.
Many festivals punctuate the life of this city of art, including "Highway of artists" or the paint in the streets and calls for music lovers: the jazz festival in Saint-Rémy and Organa festival that celebrates organ at the Church of St. Martin de Saint-Remy-de-Provence. 

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