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Vitrolles is a commune in the Bouches du Rhone department in the Provence Alpes Cote d'aAzur region in southern France. Vitrolles is the largest suburbs of the city of Aix en Provence and it is adjacent to its southwest side. Although just a suburb, Vitrolles has many attractions in and around the city. The main landmarks of this area are found in Aix en Provence. However, Vitrolles offers a wide range of accommodation, venues and restaurants, where tourists can enjoy a satisfying meal as well as a refreshing beverage. Vitrolles is an ideal holiday destination since it provides peace, quiet and relaxation.

Top Attractions within Vitrolles

The Cours Mirabeau is located in Aix en Provence, near Vitrolles. The venue is a wide thoroughfare, planted with double rows of plane trees, bordered by fountains. It follows the line of the old city wall and divides the town into two sections. The new town extends to the south and west. The old town, with its wide but irregular streets and its old mansions dating from the 16th to 18th century.

The Cathedral of the Holy Saviour in Aix en Provence, near Vitrolles was built on the site of a former Roman forum and an adjacent basilica. It contains a mixture of all styles from the 5th to the 17th century, including a richly decorated portal in the Gothic style with doors elaborately carved in walnut. The interior contains 16th century tapestries, a 15th century tripych, depicting King Rene and his wife.The Renaissance dome is supported by the original Roman columns.

The Hotel de Ville is a wonderful building in Aix en Provence, near Vitrolles. The building is in the classical style of the middle of the 17th century and looks onto a picturesque square. The building contains some fine woodwork and tapestries. At its side rises a handsome clock tower erected in 1510. This ornately decorated 18th century building
was designed by the Vallon Brothers. Nearby are the remarkable thermal springs containing lime and carbonic acid.