We really enjoyed this more than I thought we would. It literally had layer upon layer of history. I appreciated the postings in English.
About Site Archeologique de Glanum
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This site was an amazingly pleasant surprise. The ruins were much larger and more intact than we'd expected and the overlook was stunning. The guides in english were a bonus and so insightful. A must see for any archeology/history buff.
We visited this because we saw it on the way to Les Beaux. Surprisingly nice excavations which looked at life in the community as opposed to the usual and around here common Colosseum and Amphitheater. Looked beautiful with the Cherry trees in bloom around the...More
Glanum is worth the stop! We spent a couple of hours exploring, but you could spend as little or as much time as you'd like. We began our day at St. Paul de Mausole (the hospital where Van Gough spent some of his final days)...More
You might be getting a little tired of all the Roman Ruins, but this is one you do not want to miss. A change from the arenas and theatres. Somehow more awesome, the thought and simplicity and attention to detail and then all the garnishing...More
We saw the site en route from Les Baux to St Remy and pulled in to the car park which appeared to be very small ( and full ), so we continued on our way to St Remy, but returned later to see if we...More
This is a beautiful place to visit and to stimulate your imagination. It's very important to discover the neighbourhood so that you'll have an idea of the reason why the Romans settled on this location.
This is a very unique opportunity to tour this most interesting area and experience the archeology present. It is close to the asylum where Van Gogh spent some time so very easily to combine the two into one visit. Would suggest visiting early in the...More
We cam upon this archaeological site by accident at the end of the Van Gogh Walk in Saint-Remy de Provence. It was a very nice treat at the end of the road, which we had not expected. A sort of mini Pompeii. Well worth a...More