This town was one of our pied-a-terre.We had 4.
All different..all unique in their own way~
I have the pleasure of saying that all 4 places were clean and inviting.
When you get to St-Rémy ,the plane trees will pull at your heartstrings..the pretty carousel..the pretty streets with cafés and stores..our quick convenience store was across from the public parking where a game of "boules" was always going on..again..here people asked where we were from and welcomed us so warmly.
Make sure you look down also because the streets have Vincent brass markers..showing Van Gogh's Walk..parts are in town..I saw markers but there is also the walk to the asylum..called St-Paul Mausole.. a psychiatric facility..I loved reading the markers I found.I hope you can make some out....he was interned there..and created many of his famous works..
St-Rémy hustles and bustles at busy periods and yet can be calm:)
The best of both worlds.
Not to be missed..Le Glanum..unimaginable history.
Jacques is a history buff and France has always been his coup de coeur..