Circuit de Cézanne
The life of local lad Paul Cézanne (1839–1906) is treasured in Aix. To see where he ate, drank, studied and painted, follow the Circuit...
Terrain des Peintres
A wonderful terraced garden perfect for a picnic, from where Cézanne, among others, painted the Montagne Ste-Victoire. The view of the...
The centre of Aix’s old town is a wonderful place for a stroll. The heart of town is the graceful public square of cours Mirabeau,...
Restaurant Pierre Reboul
Pierre Reboul’s renowned restaurant has moved out to a new location at the Château de la Pioline, a suitably smart location for his...
rue de la Roque · interesting places nearby
Cathédrale St-Sauveur information
Built between 1285 and 1350 in a potpourri of styles, this cathedral includes a Romanesque 12th-century nave in its southern aisle, chapels from the 14th and 15th centuries, and a 5th-century sarcophagus in the apse. More recent additions include the 18th-century gilt baroque organ. Acoustics make Sunday-afternoon Gregorian chants unforgettable.