Walking, cycling, using alternative means of transport, Aix-en-Provence is a city where moving around can have less of an environmental footprint.
Aix-en-Provence is a city where the distances are relative. You can, if you wish, go round the market, visit the museum, see a film and end up at the disco without leaving the city centre. With its semi-pedestrianised historic centre, Aix is a town which is great to stroll around.
With over 300 days of sunshine a year, cycling is the perfect way to get about and enjoy the city. A large number of bicycle parking stations have been installed on the ring road.
The Diablines are small electric vehicles which travel around the narrow semi-pedestrianised car-free streets in Aix city centre all day long. Each Diabline can carry up to 7 people. The vehicle has a low floor for easy access.
The rickshaw is an ideal way to get around town or do some sight-seeing. Eco-friendly and inexpensive, you’ll really love this alternative means of transport.
Why not be environmentally-friendly and save money too by car sharing! The Automobile Club of Aix-en-Provence and the Aix Region provides a virtual platform where you can arrange your meeting-place and journeys.