What fun this place is: an offbeat French restaurant that's stocked to the gunwales with the owners' bric-a-brac finds, from vintage movie posters, antique shop signs and old radios to a collection of sardine cans. …
Cuisines du monde is what’s on offer at this charming little bistro – in other words, a little bit of everything, from a splash of Asian spice to a traditional Hungarian goulash. It’s on a lovely square in the old t…
Apt’s huge Saturday-morning market attracts hordes of locals and tourists alike. If you really want to see what a marché Provençal is all about, then make it a date in your diary.
Pleasant, if plain, French food is what you can expect at this longstanding restaurant in the town centre: roast duck, thyme-infused lamb and a fish of the day. Ask for a terrace table if the weather’s warm.
Simple tapas, cold beers and a nice location on a tree-shaded square – the 'Spanish Inn' makes a pleasant spot for a quick lunch or pre-dinner snacks.
A small sweet shop selling locally made fruits confits (candied fruits) and calissons d’Aix (iced candied fruits). It’s been in business for three generations.
Apt's various industries – ochre-mining, fruits confits and faïences – are explored at this modest but well-curated museum in the middle of town. Exhibits include a reconstructed potter's workshop.
The 11th-century Ancienne Cathédrale Ste-Anne houses the relics of St Anne, and 11th- and 12th-century illuminated manuscripts.