We'll first visit Saint Remy de Provence to have the chance to take photos of the Antiques' historical triumphal arch and mausoleum. Located in a field of olive trees, this picturesque landscape was painted by Van Gogh several times. We'll then proceed to Les Baux de Provence, a village located upon a 245 meter high rock which has a historical center that houses the museum of Santons, Hôtel des Porcelets, St. Vincent Church, some spectacular Romanesque building, and beautiful houses of the 16th century. Afterwards, we'll visit the famous site of Pont du Gard that was built during the first century and is even classified by UNESCO as the highest and most well preserved Roman aqueduct which supplied water to Nîmes. If the trip happens to be on a Wednesday, we'll stop at the Provençal market in Saint Rémy de Provence.