Provence is renowned for its climate, its culture and its geographical beauty, its food and wine. Le Paradou enjoys its own microclimate with
300 days of sunshine a year, making it a year round destination.
Archeological remains are plentiful and most date back to Roman times. Many of the larger structures such as theatres, amphitheatres and mini-Colosseums are still in use today staging musical performances in outdoor and original settings.
The Alpilles and the Camargue are rightly protected areas and the photographs on these pages will tell you far more than words alone can achieve about the beauty of the region. Indeed many painters, including no less than Van Gogh and Cézanne lived in and painted many scenes from the locality.