We visited St. Remy and finished our afternoon at this histor site. Fantastic and interesting all the way around. Highly recommend!
About Site Archeologique de Glanum
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We were driving to Saint-Remy-de-Provence and could not get parked so we did a u-turn and headed for our next destination. We saw this place by accident! Well worth a stop and look around - and probably better than our visit would have been to...More
Well if you have not seen roman ruins before then its worth it else its nothing unusual, specially compared to sites in Italy. On the site of the road the Glanum gate is free to see which is better than going inside and paying.
Simply it €8 to get in but what you see is quite fantastic. It is almost a whole roman town and it can be seen where, the houses, temple baths and forum were. takes about an hour to walk round if you want to see...More
just across the road from the st paul asylum. A really great roman town spread all along a gap in the valley. Just a great and beautiful location. It is a ruin but stretched in a line along the valley floor. Well worth climbing the...More
In a way it is easy to miss visiting this site. From the road as you pass by you can see very little. It is understated. On entry however there is a huge area to explore. It is well signed and easy to follow. If...More
This place is full of history and very well exhibited. We spent an afternoon here wandering around the excavations, and took some lovely photos. We can also thoroughly recommend the little restaurant there, the lunchtime food was fresh and there was a good selection to...More
We had come to St Remy for the Vincent Van Gogh connection but as a real bonus we found this fantastic site just next door. It was built around what they considered a sacred spring and is remarkably well preserved. The only negative is that...More
This place is a little surreal only because the stone is in such great condition. The carvings are still quite crisp and clear. The place literally takes you back in time to when the Roman Empire stretched out far and wide. We visited this whilst...More
A must see if you're in Saint-Remy-de-Provence. They're located just outside the town and if you're have the free parking to see St. Paul de Mausole (famous for its past resident Van Gogh), then you can walk over. I spent a good 30 minutes marvelling...More