Aix-en-Provence

Aix, a graceful, lively city, is known for its thermal hot springs, art schools and universities. Wander the Cours, old town and Quartier Mazarin on foot, stopping at cafés, bookstores and markets. Kids whining? Have them count fountains… Aix reportedly has 1,000 of them.

Musee du Calisson, Confiserie du Roy Rene

Le Calisson est une confiserie unique qui a traversé l’histoire. Reconnu du patrimoine de la ville d’Aix-en-Provence et plus largement comme un des emblèmes gastronomiques de la Provence. Au sein de la récente fabrique des calissons du Roy René, se trouve le Musée du calisson. Celui-ci offre la découverte des premiers gestes pour la récolte des amandes jusqu’à la fabrication du...

Office de Tourisme d’Aix-en-Provence

In an ideal location between the old town and the newer quarters, the Aix-en-Provence Tourist Office is the starting-point for a successful trip to our region. Since it opened in 1969, Aix-en-Provence Tourist Office has been providing visitors with advice and directions as well as information before and during their stay. In 1997, it was the first in France to be certified for the quality of its...

Hotel de Caumont – Art Centre

Just a few steps from the Cours Mirabeau, a new Arts Centre is opening its doors in the Hotel de Caumont, a fully restored private mansion from the 18th century. Two major temporary exhibitions per year dedicated to great names in the history of art, as well as a diverse programme of events, makeCaumont a major cultural institution in Aix-en-Provence. The film > shown continuously every day in...