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My home is situated in area famous since Roman times for its strategic location for accessing many major sites and cities. Any direction from Vallabrègues, north, south, east or west, will take you to a fabulous destination (but you may not even want to leave the village once you've seen it!): • 20 minutes north to Avignon: Palais des Papes, home to Popes from 1309 to 1377, the famous Pont d'Avignon, the Festival d'Avignon, the prestigious festival of contemporary theatre and the TGV train station. • 25 minutes south to Arles: the antique museum with Cesar's bust, recently brought up from the bottom of the Rhone river, plus Roman temples, theaters and amphitheaters with the most authentic gladiator reenactments in France! • 30 minutes west to Nimes: a completely intact Roman temple from the 4th Century BC, a perfectly preserved Roman amphitheater, numerous museums, music venues, shopping, sports and the list goes on... • 30 minutes west to the Pont du Gard aqueduct. With its three tiers of receding arches, it is the highest Roman bridge-aqueduct in the world. • 30 minutes east to Saint Remy de Provence (fantastic array of local products at the popular foodie Wednesday market, chic shops, cobblestone streets, some of the best preserved Roman ruins in the world and home and museum of Nostradamus and Vincent van Gogh's mental asylum) and Les Baux de Provence (the official classification as "one of the most beautiful villages in France", is not an understatement. Unbelievably breathtaking). • 40 minutes to the north you enter Cote de Rhone wine country (Gigondas, Beaume de Venise...) or nearby, Provence’s most famous lavender fields (just like the postcards). • 1 hour south to the beaches of the Mediterranean (either La Grau de Roi in the Languedoc or Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer (gypsy music and the black virgin) in the Carmargue (wild horses and tamed ones for horseback rides on the beach, pink flamingos, an amazing bird sanctuary, shops and great seafood). • 1h15 drive southwest to Montpellier and 1h15 drive southeast to Marseille (and the Marseille International Airport). Even faster by train. • The TGV in nearby Avignon can take you to Paris of Barcelona in just 3 hours.

 

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