Bouches-du-Rhône immediately brings to mind the town of Marseille with its old port, the bouillabaisse, and of course Pastis, that aniseed tasting liquor we all know so well. To the north is the magnificent town of Aix, while to the south spreads the Camargue with its never ending landscapes and the calanques, like Cassis, or La Ciotat. So there is a lot to do and see in this dynamic department with its very good road and rail networks. Property in Bouches-du-Rhône is not so cheap, but one can find houses for sale at all prices. An apartment in Aix-en-Provence, or a house at the foot of Les Alpilles? Unless you would prefer a property in Arles, ancient Roman town, at the gateway to the Camargue.