Les Baux

Les Baux, France

Travel Blogs from Les Baux

Les Baux Travel Blogs (41)
Provence, Le Baux de Provence, France travel blog

Provence

A travel blog entry by drzao

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... that was cool. So we traveled along the highway, heading East to Provence. It was an exciting experience, driving across southern France, enjoying the green scenery and the sunny weather, headed toward new territory to explore. The trip to Le Baux should ...

Exploring the Chateau in Les Baux, Les Baux de Provence, France travel blog

Exploring the Chateau in Les Baux

A travel blog entry by megs-anoop

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... of Les Baux controlled about eighty towns in southern France. In 1426, Les Baux was incorporated into Provence and France. Les Baux's lords struggled to hang onto their independence and the French king responded by destroying the fortress in 1483. Later ...

Wet Feet, Cassis and Les Baux de Provence, France travel blog

Wet Feet

A travel blog entry by bhendrickson

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... days later we found another opportunity to get our feet wet--The Rhone River. This time we had driven north of Aix to Les Baux de Provence, spectacular aqueducts still standing from Roman times. The Rhone river flows hundreds of feet below Les Baux, and ...

Land to air missiles., Les Baux, France travel blog

Land to air missiles.

A travel blog entry by joeljenaturner

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We drove northwards again to a high roadless town called Les Baux which is up on a ridge that you need to walk up to. They say that this town is the most visited in all of Provence, and the off season joy we were experiencing elsewhere evaporated as we ...

Attractions in Les Baux

Les Baux Attractions (1)
Chateau des Baux de Provence

Chateau des Baux de Provence

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Les Baux, Provence, France

Open 7 days a week, all year long. A medieval fortress located at the intersection of the Languedoc and Provence, the Château des Baux stands witness to a turbulent military past punctuated by repeated assaults. The stout keep dominating the site is a reminder that at one time, numerous people wanted to take control of Provence. Full-scale replicas of huge siege warfare machines will give visitors of all ages some idea of medieval military tactics.