St. Remy is a small old-style French village, with charming nooks and crannies, gift shops and art galleries. We will stroll through the streets of this medieval town, getting a glimpse of the beauty that Van Gogh saw here.

St Remy is where Van Gogh painted Starry, Starry Night and about 150 other paintings, during the year he was interred at the Saint Paul Assylum. It is also the birthplace of the famous seer, Nostradamus.

After lunch we go to the nearby archeological site of Glanum. This Roman city was orginally known for it’s healing waters. We will have the afternoon to explore the site, paying special attention to the sacred well.