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  • Château de l'Empéri: Located in the nearby city of Salon-de-Provence, this medieval castle is a major tourist attraction. It offers a glimpse into the region's history, featuring a museum with collections of weapons, art, and historical artifacts.
  • Parc Régional du Luberon: Situated approximately 30 kilometers away, this regional park is known for its stunning natural landscapes, including rolling hills, picturesque villages, and lavender fields. It is perfect for hiking, cycling, and exploring the scenic beauty of Provence.
  • Marseille: The vibrant city of Marseille is about 50 kilometers from Pelissanne. It boasts a rich cultural heritage, including the iconic Vieux-Port (Old Port), the historic neighborhood of Le Panier, and the magnificent Notre-Dame de la Garde Basilica.
  • Aix-en-Provence: Located around 30 kilometers from Pelissanne, Aix-en-Provence is renowned for its elegant boulevards, charming squares, and beautiful fountains. It is also the birthplace of famous painter Paul Cézanne, and visitors can explore his former studio, Atelier Cézanne.
  • Les Baux-de-Provence: Situated approximately 40 kilometers away, Les Baux-de-Provence is a picturesque village perched on a rocky ridge. It offers stunning panoramic views, ancient ruins, and the fascinating Carrières de Lumières, an art exhibition held in an old quarry.
  • Calanques National Park: Located near Marseille, the Calanques National Park is a breathtaking natural reserve known for its rugged coastal cliffs, turquoise waters, and secluded beaches. Visitors can explore the park by hiking, boating, or kayaking.
  • Avignon: Situated around 60 kilometers away, Avignon is famous for its well-preserved medieval ramparts and the stunning Palais des Papes (Palace of the Popes). It also hosts the renowned Avignon Festival, a major arts and theater event held annually.
  • Saint-Rémy-de-Provence: Located approximately 35 kilometers from Pelissanne, this charming Provençal town is known for its picturesque streets, lively markets, and its association with Vincent van Gogh. Visitors can explore the artist's former residence, the Saint-Paul de Mausole asylum.
  • Cassis: Situated along the Mediterranean coast, Cassis is a delightful fishing village known for its colorful harbor, charming streets, and scenic beauty. Visitors can take boat tours to explore the stunning Calanques or relax on the village's sandy beaches. 10. Arles: Located around 40 kilometers from Pelissanne, Arles is famous for its Roman heritage, including the well-preserved amphitheater and the Roman theater. The city also inspired many of Vincent van Gogh's paintings, and visitors can follow in his footsteps on the Van Gogh Trail.

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