Les Deux Garçons
Fontaine d’Eau Chaude
Small 1734 fountain with temperate 18°C water from a spring, in the centre of cours Mirabeau.
Fontaine du Roi René
Lovely 1819 fountain featuring the king holding grapes, in the centre of cours Mirabeau.
Caumont Centre d’Art
Aix’s newest pride and joy is also one of its oldest: a stellar art space housed inside the Mazarin quarter’s grandest 17th-century...
This smart cafe, with steel-grey parasols and box-hedged terrace on a busy square, is unbeatable for coffee and fashionable-people...
Bistrot Petit Pierre
Now that his flagship address has a new château location outside town, Pierre Reboul’s Vieil Aix bistro is a must visit for his...
53 cours Mirabeau · interesting places nearby
Les Deux Garçons information
Cézanne and Zola once lingered in this classic brasserie-cafe, complete with snooty waiters in waistcoats and a huge, chronically overpriced menu of bistro standards. Ignore the slow service and just enjoy sipping a petit café or, better still, a pastis sundowner.