Discovering the natural curiosities around Aix-en-Provence

Aix-en-Provence is also bordered by major natural sites such as Sainte-Victoire or the Chaîne des Côtes. In the heart of the Arbois plateau or at the foot of the mountains, you can enjoy beautiful nature walks.

The forest massifs offer lush greenery which makes the South of France a unique destination.
The massifs of the Roques, the Chaîne des Côtes and the Trévaresse form a large wooded area, located in the north of the department.
Concrete canal built from 1839 to 1854, 80 km long and composed of basins, and numerous technical works (including the Aqueduct of Roquefavour). It ...
This 800-hectare estate is located in the heart of the 4,500-hectare Arbois plateau, southwest of Aix en Provence. It is a varied area, alternating ...
Located in the North-East of the department, the massifs of Concors and Sainte-Victoire form a large forest complex from the South of Sainte-Victoire ...
The Massif du Montaiguet forms a small semi-circular massif, standing shoulder-to-shoulder with Aix-en-Provence to the northwest and the town of ...
Created in August 2000, the Grand Site Concors Sainte-Victoire, labeled in 2004 "Grand Site de France", is a territory of nearly 50,000 hectares of ...
Below the Sainte-Victoire Mountain, the Parc Départemental de Roques Hautes straddles the municipalities of Saint-Antonin-sur-Bayon, Beaurecueil, Le ...