Hiking trails connect the villages through the back roads between St. Remy and Les Baux and provide hiking and biking. Provence offers an abundance of rental apartments and houses that make villages such as Eygalieres an ideal area for a biking, hiking, and culinary vacation
Eygalieres area offers rock climbing sites nearby : Orgon, Aureille, and Mouries. The walking trail, the GR6, passes near eygalieres where the Romans built an aqueduct which can still be seen in places near Arles. It crosses the D82
The Ruins of Glanum, back road cycling, and mountain bike routes are offered along with Golf Near Les Baux, Tennis, horseback;riding near the golf course, and gliding are found in the area between Eygalieres and Mouries.
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From City of and the village of are less than an hour away by auto towards the east.
To the west, Arles is a half hour drive, Nimes another 20 minutes .
Cavaillon is a 15 minute drive south.
St. Remy and the Roman Ruin of Glanum are a half hour drive south.
L'Isle-sur-la-Sourgue is a half hour drive south east of Avignon; antique fair Easter Week.
Many short trips in all directions lead to interesting towns such as Chateuneuf du Pape to the north, noted for its wines. The ruins of the Chateau are just a short distance south of Orange were you find Roman ruins. Twenty miles north of Arles the Castle at Tarascon is located on the Rhone River.
South of Arles the Camargue occupies a large flat land along the Rhone River Delta
On a hike to the east from Arles you pass through Fontviellie and head towards Les Baux de Provence and the east to St. Remy following the GR-6 as it comes north from Salon de Provence.
Between Fontviellie and Arles the Romans built a grain mill powered by water. The remains of the Aqueduct are still in place with a short trail beside them. The Roman aqueduct is near the ruins of the Roman grain mill near Chateau de Barbegal, not far from the Daudet stone windmill. Follow the D82, Route de L'Acqueduc Map
The Alpilles Mountains to the north and east towards Fontvieille and Les Baux, about 14 miles from Arles, offer many hiking trails including the GR-6 which leads to the Glanum ruin site.