Explore the remains of the archaeological site of Glanum, a Gallic town with Roman influences, located at the foot of the Alpilles in Provence!
The archaeological site of Glanum was discovered in 1921, long after it was destroyed by barbarian invaders. Head to the belvedere for a panoramic view of this archaeological site before exploring this ancient town.
In addition to Roman architecture, the site of Glanum also features Greek influences. You can see the remains of quarters with houses featuring with courtyards and columns, plus the thermal baths, and a forum. Stroll through streets that date back to the 2nd century BC. You can also admire the spring which was considered sacred by the Gauls, who placed their offerings there.
Dive into the Greco-Roman past with your fast-track ticket to the archaeological site of Glanum!