Boulbon is ideally located in the heart of must-see regional sites
In the old town, you will find the “Palais des Papes”, seat of the sovereign pontiff from 1309 to 1423, the “Rocher des Doms” and the famous “Saint Bénézet” bridge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
15 km from Boulbon.
Considered to be one of the most beautiful cities in Provence. Since 1981, many of its monuments have been listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
It is also the heart of the famous “Rencontres photographiques d’Arles”, which, through its numerous exhibits in exceptional historic landmarks, contributes to highlight the world’s photographic heritage and to promote avant-garde photography since 1970.
24 km from Boulbon.
Le Pont du Gard, the famous Roman bridge, is impressively high and it has one of the best preserved Roman aqueducts in France.
20 km from Boulbon.
Uzès is a city steeped in history. It was originally an oppidum (fortified town). Its typical and colourful Saturday morning market is known throughout the region.
36 km from Boulbon.
Marseille is 26 centuries of history. It is the oldest city in France. You will find the MUCEM, Museum of European and Mediterranean Cultures, inaugurated in June 2013. Marseille was the European Capital of Culture in 2013.
At 1h20 from Boulbon.
Saint-Rémy-de-Provence is the small capital of the Alpilles, in the heart of the Regional Natural Park. It is the birthplace of Nostradamus. The Wednesday morning market is one of the most famous in Provence.
At 22 km from Boulbon.
Les Saintes Marie de la Mer, is the capital of Camargue. The Camargue nature reserve is famous for its saltworks. Horses, flamingos and bulls are part of the landscape. The vast sandy beaches are a source of relaxation.
60 km from Boulbon.
Aix-en-Provence, a city of art and culture, has a large number of protected historical buildings, which have been particularly well preserved and restored. Important personalities of literature and painting have been inspired by the charm of this city.
1h10 from Boulbon.