Discovering the natural sites of the Alpilles

Lake Peïroou, the Durance valley, the Rambaille pond, the Crau canals are all natural sites to discover during your visit to the Alpilles. It is here that you can also enjoy beautiful walks in the heart of the mountains and massif chains.
At the foot of the Alpilles, between the Camargue and the Etang de Berre, the Crau plain covers 600 square km. Two Crau can be clearly distinguished.
Lac de Peïroou is an artificial lake near Saint Rémy de Provence, in the heart of the Alpilles. The lake ends with a small dam joining 2 cliffs.
This protected area of 6088 ha stretches from Jouques to Orgon, along the Durance (the river separating the Vaucluse from the Bouches-du-Rhône).
The Crau and Alpilles canals cross the northwestern part of the Bouches-du-Rhône
The Domain is home to a park with trees and a stretch of water. The opposite bank, still wild, remains the refuge of migratory birds.
On the border between Saint-Martin-de-Crau and the ancient marshes of Les Baux, Chambremont is a chain of the Alpilles massif.
The mineral and chaotic world of Baux-de-Provence has inspired many writers. Its tormented landscape with cliffs pierced with caves has given birth to...
The Alpilles massif is located in the northwest of the department, in line with the Rhone corridor.
In a green setting at the foot of the Alpilles Regional Natural Park, for a fishing trip on your own, with friends or family, a moment of relaxation ...
The Rhône and its delta not only gave their name to the department, this peaceful and majestic river is also the backbone of the Bouches-du-Rhône.