Beautiful provençal town and capital of the Carmargue.  The Roman amphitheater in the centre of the town plus the award winning Roman museum are just some of the reasons to visit.  Van Gogh lived here and painted some of his most famous works in the surrounding countryside and the town also hosts an international photography festival, so it is buzzing with creative artists all year round.  Wander around the tiny streets of La Roquette neighbourhood, where the fishermen lived and plied their trade on the immense Rhône river, which flows through the heart of this town.  


09 January 2020


Places we go