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Paradou is a quaint village 14 km to the east of Arles.
Paradou is a quaint village 14 km to the east of Arles. Highlights include La Petite Provence du Paradou Museum, the Saint-Martin-du-Castillon ruins, Church Saint-Martin, remains of the Roman aqueduct south of the Alpilles, the stone tomb of peasant-poet Charloun Rieu, and the Castle Escanin.
Maussane-les-Alpilles is a commune 19 km to the northwest of Arles
The Carte de France de la Pierre de Taille is a stone map of France which was built to honor quarrymen and stonemasons of yore
The Lavoir is a 19th century stone wash-house where the washerwomen washed their clothes with with water from the nearby fountain of Borme
The Chateau des Baux is a 10th century fortified castle 15 km north-east of Arles