Les Antiques, Saint-Remy-de-Provence

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  • Incredibly preserved roman ruins built between the 4th and 2nd century BC as the gateway to Glanum, the wealthy Roman Town predating St Remy. If you are in the area it is well worth taking the time... 
    Incredibly preserved roman ruins built between the 4th and 2nd century BC as the gateway to Glanum, the wealthy Roman Town predating St Remy. If you are in the area it is well worth taking the time...  more »
  • These ruins are available to the public in an open space. I visited with my family on the way to Glanum and we enjoyed getting an up close view. It was a nice addition to our visit to the Van Gogh.....  more
    These ruins are available to the public in an open space. I visited with my family on the way to Glanum and we enjoyed getting an up close view. It was a nice addition to our visit to the Van Gogh.....  more »
  • Five on my Arch tour. This smaller arch is really cool with lots of detail all over. Only arch I took time to try different filters on my camera. It's nice place to have a picnic if you got time. 
    Five on my Arch tour. This smaller arch is really cool with lots of detail all over. Only arch I took time to try different filters on my camera. It's nice place to have a picnic if you got time.  more »
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  • I stopped off here quickly whilst doing the Van Gogh walk, I didn't have time to look at the main ruins (which I regret). I just had time to take in the two structures near the carpark. Very interesting, I loved the Bad Relief panels and the close access you could get to these Roman ruins
  • 7 euros for parking for the whole day, was not possible to pay per hour. There is a cafe inside, but not possible to enter without a valid ticket. Photos are made in a "free" area.
  • Beautiful Roman remnants. We came here as part of a half day tour from Avignon. At first glance, it just seems like old landmarks. But there are some interesting bits of history connected to them. If you don't have a tour guide, I'm sure you could just google or Wikipedia it to get some basic details. Popular site though. Lots of tourists and groups of school children on the premises in mid-May 2018.
  • A little hard to read the signs as they have been weathered down and have become a little hard to decipher, however this is a magnificent site which I highly recommend to anybody who likes history even a little. It's along the Via Domitia which is the oldest road in France and it is impeccably preserved.
  • Walking distance from the town centre. Interesting and worth the walk.

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