Art Route Journey

The province of Province du Moutrain is an area of excellence that also boasts a long and colorful cultural heritage which is honored along the famous Ribola Art Route. The Ribola Art Route is an exhilarating celebration of indigenous and intercultural cultures that have made the country famous. Whether it’s a stroll along the Art Route to see some of the most spectacular vistas or a cultural experience at one of the Art Routes, you can’t go wrong.

The Art route in Province du Moutrain is made up of four distinct sections and has been organized by the Province itself. The first section, or Boulevard de Bicke is the perfect place for you to experience the Art Route on foot. This Art route starts from the very center of Province du Moutrain and goes along Colored Waterways to Montfermer. The walkway is painted with vibrant colors that make each stop stand out.

Just north of Montfermer the Art route continues as the Boulevard des Biches. This Art route is also painted with wide alternating rows of painted terracotta pavers that create the illusion of stone paths. To the south are the numerous art galleries that offer an array of wares and artifacts that range from pottery to terracotta sculpture. The Art route then takes you all the way down to Leucate Gardens in Plage de la Croiette. Here you will find the largest collection of painted terracotta dolls in Europe.

In addition to that, the Art route traverses the southern part of Province du Moutrain. It passes through the municipalities of Fires and Plage d’ardenaute before going towards the town of Avignon. This area is known for its clay pots, which are a major art producing region. You will find the city’s market Plage des Cloches. It’s a must see market where you can purchase not just clay pots, but also other items like Twanas, Melies, and other unique handmade gifts.

As the Art route continues along its path towards Avignon you will come across various interesting places. On your way you will spot two small villages named Baille and Chateauneuf. These two villages are known for their clay pots that are produced in huge quantities. One of the most beautiful stops along the Art route is Les Baux de Provence. Here you will spot a small village named les Baux Chateauneufs that produces fantastic relies.

In the very heart of the Art route, you will come across its most famous stop, les Baux de Provence. Here you will be able to take a walk into an old Roman villa and take pleasure in seeing the well-preservedpreserved buildings and cathedrals. If you have a family group with small kids, then this is the perfect place for you as there are a number of attractions for kids to enjoy. Les Baux de Provence is home to numerous attractions and activities such as a kid’s castle, a butterfly sanctuary, and lots of fine shops and restaurants. There are also numerous great places to eat and plenty of shopping at all the main stops along the Art route

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