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E-Bike tour of Sainte Victoire Mountain, Aix-en-Provence

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Immerse yourself in nature with this 3-hour electric mountain bike tour. Hop on your bike in Aix-en-Provence and travel a few kilometers to Sainte Victoire Mountain. Explore the mountain trails and climb hills with ease on your e-bike. Stop to have a snack, take photos, or simply admire the incredible mountain views.
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Schlauberger1846 wrote a review Aug 2020
Castroville, Texas397 contributions133 helpful votes
We were walking north from the Cours Mirabeau to Cezanne's house when we stopped at this lovely cathedral. Artisans were cleaning and restoring the beautifully carved wooden doors (commissioned in 1505) which are normally covered with a plain door to prevent vandalism. The Cathedral contains notable artwork, the most famous being "The Burning Bush" triptych by Nicolas Froment (15th century). The cathedral is definitely worth a visit.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Dimitris L wrote a review Jul 2020
Sydney, Australia24972 contributions62275 helpful votes
Cathedrale St. Sauveur dates back to at least the 12th century. However it has been re-built several times since then. We walked in while wandering the nearby streets. It is a beautiful building and this is probably a reflection of its various architectural styles which include gothic and romanesque. It is worth a longer visit if you have the time.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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juliebarrett1964 wrote a review Feb 2020
London, United Kingdom276 contributions108 helpful votes
One would think this is a standard cathedral, but not so. The cloisters, for achitectural buffs, and even those not so, are beautiful. NOTE, you have to ask a guide to take you, free, just donate some euros to the church. Worth the 45 m talk and information. Afterwards, just outside, a lovely, clean cafe with charming young women serving snacks, cakes and lovely things, L archeveche, Rue Gaston de Sarporta.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Razorfish wrote a review Feb 2020
Little Rock, Arkansas3228 contributions739 helpful votes
Cathedrale St. Sauveur, also known as Aix Cathedral, is a national Monument of France. It has a multiplicity of design styles including Romanesque, Gothic and Neo Gothic elements. The cathedral is supposedly built on the site of the Roman forum in Aix.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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rosco2 wrote a review Feb 2020
London, United Kingdom272 contributions184 helpful votes
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Visited this church and enjoyed some of its oldest fixtures. The medieval monument to the left near the entrance was delightful. A mixture of symbols which we thought was quite unusual. The baptistry has a couple of fragments of fresco which are lovely but the highlight was the cloister. We got lucky as we found the door to the cloister because a bilingual guide was ushering out a group. Although the tours are set times, he offered to take us round as he could see we were very keen. The cloister is the smallest we have ever seen but it’s truly lovely. The four corners are the evangelists, one to each corner and the first one has an enormously long third finger pointing the way to “read” the carvings - clockwise. Obviously there was a large amount of damage to the cloister during the Revolution but the restorations are in keeping and much original work remains. Full marks to the young man who gave us a fabulous tour, we so appreciated his time and expertise. Thank you if you read this! This cloister is worth every effort to visit. We loved it.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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