Maison de Nostradamus

Salon de Provence - Museum

Discovery of the House of the famous Mage, who lived there from 1547 to 1566. The course has been set so that the visitor follows the same journey of initiation that was able to know Michel de Nostredame to the 16th century. Exhibitions on Nostradamus in the lobby.

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  1. Abbaye de Sainte Croix

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  2. Office de Tourisme de Salon de Provence

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  3. Contact hôtel le Select

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  4. The castle of Ramachandran

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Where to stay

Ibis Salon de Provence
Hotel

Ibis Salon de Provence

Salon de Provence

Discover Salon-de-Provence, a Provençal town ideally located between the Alpilles and the Luberon, 30 minutes from Aix-en-Provence, Avignon, St-Rémy-de-Provence, Marseille, Arles, Les Baux de Provence. For your comfort, the hotel is open 24 hours a day. Restaurant, swimming pool, shady…

Albizia
Holiday rental

Albizia

Salon de Provence

Small independent, atypical House, in quiet area of Salon de Provence, a 15-minute walk from the city centre and 5 minutes from a fitness trail! Shops nearby! Rental for two people.Ideal for visiting Provence, you will be seated in a studio of 30 m2, including for your convenience: a TV corner…

Les Balcons Du Pilon
Holiday rental

Les Balcons Du Pilon

Salon de Provence

Individual of type 2 air-conditioned House located in the wing of a beautiful property at 2 steps from the historic center of living room and quiet. With an entirely independent entry. The living kitchen in the DRC overlook a beautiful terrace tiled with corner plancha. The kitchen is fully…

Domaine de Roquerousse
Hotel

Domaine de Roquerousse

Salon de Provence

In the calm of a site in the heart of Provence, 550-hectare estate, offers all possibilities for relaxing walks and sport. In a former magnanery, magnificent building of the 19th century, the restaurant with typical provencal character, offers local cuisine with specialities of game in hunting…

Hôtel Révotel
Hotel

Hôtel Révotel

Salon de Provence

Revotel is an independent hotel managed and run by two people. It was completely restored and redecorated in 2004 and 2005, with a view to providing maximum comfort, service and welcome to our clientele at the lowest price. A receptionist will welcome you and offer you a hot or cold drink, or…

Hôtel du Midi
Hotel

Hôtel du Midi

Salon de Provence

400 m from the town centre, near the motorway exits. Character hotel, open every day, all year round, with private car park (charged extra). Charming small town from which you can visit our Beautiful Provence, Les Baux and small Provençal villages, the Camargue, the Luberon, Aix and Marseille,…

Agathes
B&B

Agathes

Salon de Provence

Bed and breakfast and table d'hôte, (restaurant licence). Room for 2 people with shower and toilet. Large private terrace with vine covered pergola for the summer and a small pool. The villa is located in the countryside, 2 acre garden with around 8 acres of fields surrounding us. The Villa is…

Dogon
B&B

Dogon

Grans

This small, sunny double bedroom, with shower/WC, is in an authentic 18th century farmhouse that has been tastefully renovated on 2.3 unenclosed hectares. Large shared living room offers comfort and harmony. Shared securised swimming pool (12x6 m) open from 01/05 to 31/10. Direct access to the…

The Mas du Soleil
Hotel

The Mas du Soleil

Salon de Provence

Name on the heights of St Côme, a property of the 18th century is was formerly Clos Angelussi, Clos des Anges. In the city of Nostradamus, this building to the Italian fingerprints is now converted into a hotel-restaurant 4 stars. Remains of charm where it is good to live. Francis Robin invites…

Things to do

Bonne nuit - Provencal and other fabrics
Souvenirs

Bonne nuit - Provencal and other fabrics

Salon de Provence

Ideas souvenirs, gifts, sale of Provençal fabrics and other treasures of the Provence, in the historic centre.

Visite guidée de la savonnerie Rampal Latour
Guided tour

Visite guidée de la savonnerie Rampal Latour

Salon de Provence

La savonnerie établie en 1907 à Salon de Provence, vous invite à entrer dans son usine centenaire, où l'homme fabrique toujours des savons naturels doux pour la peau et pour l'environnement. Laissez vous transporter par le charme, les odeurs et l'authenticité de ce lieu de travail unique où…

De la Vigne à l'Olivier
Souvenirs

De la Vigne à l'Olivier

Salon de Provence

AOC wines, spirits, huile d'olive AOC in the historic centre.

Galerie d'Art "Ken et Dy" propose des souvenirs de la Provence
Souvenirs

Galerie d'Art "Ken et Dy" propose des souvenirs de la Provence

Salon de Provence

La Galerie d'Art propose des souvenirs de la Provence.

BIG BAG
Souvenirs

BIG BAG

Salon de Provence

Bags, hammocks, baskets, accessories...

Salon-de-Provence : Au Clair des Fontaines
Walk

Salon-de-Provence : Au Clair des Fontaines

Salon de Provence

"A la Renaissance, Adam de Craponne creuse un canal afin de détourner la Durance et d’apporter l’eau qui manque à la ville. Outre l’important développement agricole et économique, ce système permet d’approvisionner la ville en eau potable. Au fil des siècles, des fontaines sont…

GR2013 : De Salon de Provence à Pélissanne
Walk

GR2013 : De Salon de Provence à Pélissanne

Salon de Provence, Pélissanne

Cette étape débute avec la découverte du château de l'Empéri un château chargé d'histoire pour la ville de Salon. Vous entrerez ensuite dans la Chaine des Côtes ou aussi appelé massif des Costes.

Loolie
Craftsman

Loolie

Salon de Provence

Dans cette boutique il y a de bien beaux bijoux de créateurs fantaisie. Vous y trouverez par exemple les collections de Doriane, Gwapita ou Hipanema. Mais chez Loolie on sait aussi dénicher d'autres accessoires comme des maillots de bains, des cabas colorés ou des foulards Codello, des…

Pélissanne : Au fil de l'eau
Walk

Pélissanne : Au fil de l'eau

Pélissanne

Au cœur de la Provence, Pélissanne est un village typique de la région où les vestiges du passé côtoient la modernité. A travers ce parcours, vous découvrirez un patrimoine très riche et de différentes époques, qui vous permettra de comprendre l'histoire du village. Pélissanne s'est…

Where to eat

The talk box
Cuisine de Provence

The talk box

Salon de Provence

Welcomes you lunch at his table from Tuesday to Friday. Fresh, seasonal and local products. The tandem for €10 (salt pie and pastry. Spreads in seasonal vegetables, the egg with goat cheese or ham, with salad of crudenesses between €7.50 and €9.50, savoury pies (with salad of raw…

En aparthé (s)
Cuisine de Provence

En aparthé (s)

Salon de Provence

A lovely restaurant, tea room with garden and home-made salted sweet cooking. To awaken your taste buds, odours, flavours and scents at any time... Salad, quiche, bread, soup, tatin, clafouti, crumble, cheese cake, Chocolate Fudge... All our dishes are made by us. A lunch break, a family brunch,…

The table of the Abbey of the Holy Cross
Food guide restaurant

The table of the Abbey of the Holy Cross

Salon de Provence

If greed is not a sin, the climb up to this ancient 12th-century abbey will take you one step nearer paradise. Rising up over Salon, with aerial views over Camargue and the Alpilles from the terrace shaded by mulberry trees, this site is definitely blessed. The more-austere dining room,…

Ibis Salon de Provence
Cuisine de Provence

Ibis Salon de Provence

Salon de Provence

Restaurant avec formule "buffet", entièrement rénové et possibilité de manger en terrasse en bordure de piscine. Découvrez Salon-de-Provence, ville Provençale idéalement située entre Alpilles et Lubéron, à 30 minutes d'Aix-en-Provence, Avignon, St-Rémy-de-Provence, Marseille, Arles,…

La Salle à Manger "The dining room"
Food guide restaurant

La Salle à Manger "The dining room"

Salon de Provence

Cruet-SOAP of the 19th century House, richly decorated with his secret garden in the heart of Salon. Miège family opened her home to a charming generous, creative cuisine restaurant, half-caste flavours of travel...The reservation is strongly recommended! "" Restaurant recommended by '…

Le Mas du Soleil
Food guide restaurant

Le Mas du Soleil

Salon de Provence

The ancient Clos Angelussi - an 18th-century building on the heights of Saint-Côme - still has a wonderful Tuscan flavour to it. Within these walls redolent of provincial Sundays and the love of a job well done, French master chef Francis Robin embodies a certain philosophy of gastronomy where…

La Bastide du Moulin à Poivre
Cuisine de Provence

La Bastide du Moulin à Poivre

Pélissanne

Restaurant traditionnel avec une agréable terrasse. Glacier en été Service de traiteur pour vos événements. Fermeture le dimanche soir et lundi (sauf réservation).

Domaine de Roquerousse
Cuisine de Provence

Domaine de Roquerousse

Salon de Provence

A beautiful building in 550 hectares of grounds, featuring shady terraces, comfort, peace and quiet, plus sports and leisure activities. Air-conditioned rooms. Tour of the hunting grounds. Restaurant.

The castle of Ramachandran
Cuisine de Provence

The castle of Ramachandran

Salon de Provence

Frescoes, gilt and hangings… Château de Richebois' pomp and splendour offers a fitting backdrop for its refined Provencal cuisine. The John Dory with ginger and lamb cutlets with cornflower petals are served in the truly lordly setting of this 17th-century domain, set at the end of a majestic…

Inspirations

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The 'OM'

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Lavender

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The Sea Urchin

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