The village of Fontvieille (pronounced "fohn-vyay-uh"), set among the limestone hills, is best known as the home of 19th-century writer Alphonse Daudet.
Elsewhere In The Alpilles, Arles, and the Camargue
Abbaye de Montmajour
Once the spiritual center of the region and a major 12th-century pilgrimage site (it contained a small relic of the true cross), the haunting ruins...
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Like a tiny illumination in a medieval manuscript, Aigues-Mortes (pronounced ay-guh-mort-uh) is a precise and perfect miniature fortress-town, contained within perfectly symmetrical castellated walls, with...
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