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Saint-Remy-de-Provence is a town in southern France near the Alpilles mountains. Its lush Provençal landscape has captured the hearts of many, most famously Vincent van Gogh. Saint-Remy-de-Provence seems to have something for everyone with Roman wonders, a large art scene, stunning natural scenery, and a traditional Provençal palate. Young and older couples and groups as well as families come here to enjoy the history, the art scene, and the Provence countryside. Venere treats guests to the best options when choosing Saint-Remy-de-Provence hotels. Guests can select from the best locations around town within their own price range and narrow their search even further with additional options. Best of all, we let them see what past guests have said about each hotel with our real guest reviews.

What's Saint-Remy-de-Provence Like?

When wandering around Saint-Remy-de-Provence, it's easy to see how van Gogh drew inspiration from the town. In fact, there's still plenty of evidence of van Gogh's time here, when he was being treated for mental illness at the local clinic. Along with a permanent collection of his work, there is a tourist trail that takes visitors around to some of the local spots made famous in his paintings. A major archaeological attraction is the Roman town of Glanum, a large part of of which still remains along the edge of town. Among the scenic boulevards and side streets, one can find the town's historic center bustling with galleries, boutiques, and cafes. The weekly Wednesday market is one of the best places to find local produce as well as a variety of local crafts. Saint-Remy-de-Provence hotels offer traditional and modern stays that truly capture this remarkable town.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Saint-Remy-de-Provence

The best time of year to visit Saint-Remy-de-Provence is in early summer or early autumn. However, if coming in the spring or winter, be aware of the mistral, a very strong wind that can blow continuously at times. In the summertime, there are also a lot of local festivals to enjoy along with an art and crafts market. Finding English speakers in this region shouldn't be too difficult if learning some basic French isn't an option. Naturally, the region has a healthy abundance of food worth digging into and local specialties include olive oil, wine, nuts, honey, and chocolate. With Venere, guests can find the best Saint-Remy-de-Provence hotels to stay in. We provide guests with top search options, special savings, and real guest feedback so they know exactly where they will end up when booking their stay.



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