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A generous Provence

Various representations and sceneries come to mind when one thinks about Provence. We may seem chauvinistic but our region is worth the detour.

But after all, the many appellations to refer to our region reveal the generosity of our heritage, don’t they? “Midi“, South, Provence, Mediterranean: Actually, all these terms have in common to designate a unique region.

An emblematic town

Graveson is the very picture of what Provence evokes to you: cicadas, sun, convivial welcome, heritages, traditions and culture which represent the art of living in Provence.

The town is situated halfway between Arles and Avignon but also near Saint Rémy de Provence. Our village is surrounded by the tauromachy culture, it is neighbouring the most beautiful Mediterranean landscapes and runs alongside the very important natural, cultural and built heritage of the region.

An opportunity to extend your stay in Provence

In that way, we offer you further visits within a radius of 50 kilometres, sometimes along the Rhône River, between the Val de Provence region, The Arles area, the Alpilles, the Camargue, the Sorgues region, the Luberon and the Cévennes.

This selection of visits will allow you to discover many monuments listed as Unesco World Heritage sites, our 3 National reserves (Alpilles, Camargue, Luberon), our festivals and traditions and our art of living in Provence.



        The major sites to discover

Office de tourisme de Graveson - Musée Auguste Chabaud - Cours National - 13690 Graveson
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