Accommodation in Aix-en-Provence in the Mazarin district!

A district of Parlementarian, middle-class people and  the “ Noble of the Robe”  In the second half of the 17th century, the Mazarin district bears the name of the archbishop who ordered its construction and who was none other than the brother of the Prime Minister. Sun King. Choose an accommodation in the Mazarin district in Aix en Provence.

Our accommodation in the Mazarin district of Aix en Provence

Here are our holiday villas offers in Aix en Provence, Bouches-du-Rhône. We select each holiday villa proposed in order to offer you real estate in line with our quality charter. My home in proposes you also accommodation in the old town of Aix en Provence but also close to the Cours Mirabeau.

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Rent an accommodation in the Mazarin district in Aix en Provence

The traces of this glorious past are intact: rich bourgeois residences, worked frontages, sumptuous private mansions, baroque scrolls... Choose a holiday rental in Aix-en-Provence in the Mazarin district, opt for a peaceful stay but rich in discoveries, in the heart of one of the most beautiful areas of the city. The Mazarin district was built in the 17th century according to a checkerboard plan, inspired by the Italian Renaissance, and built around two main axes: the Cardinale street and the Rue du 4 September. Cardinale Street is one of the most beautiful in the city, with its cozy homes that testify to its rich past. At its eastern end, on the Saint-Jean square in Malta, you will find the Granet Museum with its magnificent collection of paintings and sculptures from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. The street of the 4th of September was the first artery drawn by Mazarin when he ordered the expansion of the city. You will also find a museum of great interest, the Arbaud Museum, named after the generous patron who gave the city its rich collection of faience, manuscripts and paintings. In the heart of the Mazarin district and at the crossroads of its two main streets is the famous fountain of the Quatre-Dauphins, a true emblem of the city. Archbishop Mazarin intended to erect a statue of his own in the new district, but at his death the nobles of the city preferred to build a fountain. Baroque inspiration, it closely followed the vagaries of history since its obelisk successively supported a fleur-de-lis, then a cross of Malta, then... a pine cone. With My Home In Aix-en-Provence, opt for the luxury and the most beautiful streets of Aix-en-Provence, by choosing a holiday rental in the Mazarin district. If you prefer a more lively area, you can check our offers of rentals in Aix-en-Provence, on the Avenue of Mirabeau.