Things to see and do - Arles
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Arles Travel guide
Arles : Michelin's recommendations
Arles, a lively Provencal town, proud of its origins, is France's largest municipality. Above all, it is a town of the arts: it was a capital in Roman times and became a major religious centre in the Middle Ages.
Tourist attractions Arles : Things to see and do
Avenue des Alyscamps F - 13637 Arles Cedex
From the Gallo-Roman period up to the end of the Middle Ages, the Alyscamps ("Champs-Élysées") was one of the most prestigious necropolises in the West. Its heyday came when the necropolis was Christianised, with relics from St Trophimus an..
F - 13104 Arles
With its vast open spaces that are home to herds of black bulls with distinctive curved horns, slender silhouettes of pink flamingoes and galloping white horses, the Camargue is a unique place. This natural habitat has been preserved thanks to the cr..
Place de la République F - 13637 Arles Cedex
The carved decoration of the 12C-14C cloisters is most remarkable, in particular that of the capitals and the magnificent corner pillars in the north gallery (on the left on entering). Those in the east gallery, next to the refectory, depict the Life..
10, Place Du Forum F - 13200 Arles
Prix Prices from : 100 €
Located in the heart of the old town, Hotel du Forum offers accommodation in an elegant family house. The property features an outdoor swimming pool. The hotel features modern rooms with a simple decor. All rooms are air-conditioned and offer a flat..
Av. de la Libération. F - 13200 ARLES
A pleasing establishment with a huge park decked with flowers and foliage, concealed behind a thick hedge just outside Arles on the Avignon and Tarascon road, between the Alpilles and Camargue regions. The gorgeous, spacious rooms mostly overlook the..
Petite route de Tarascon. F - 13200 ARLES
route du Sambuc F - 13200 Arles
This isolated mas is a magical place! The chef creates elegant cuisine that is seasonal and makes use of organic produce from the kitchen garden, giving a wealth of natural flavours.
21 r. des Carmes F - 13200 Arles
The annexe of Jean-Luc Rabanel's restaurant L'Atelier has a relaxed atmosphere and Spanish-style conviviality (hams, wines on display, counter). Quality ingredients are the order of the day.
7 r. des Carmes F - 13200 Arles
More than a meal - an experience! Jean-Luc Rabanel concocts healthy dishes that are in tune with nature and constantly evolving. The single menu has 13 dishes at dinnertime and seven at lunch - all are remarkable and bear the mark of an artist in the..
9 bd des Lices F - 13200 Arles
This stylish and refined restaurant is inside the superb Jules César hotel. It was redecorated by Christian Lacroix, who himself comes from Arles. The fine dining takes on the colours and flavours of the South of France. Plenty of character!
F - 13200 Le Sambuc
Using good ingredients and vegetables from the kitchen garden, the chef creates lovely dishes that put a new spin on the old classics (bull beef gravlax, gazpacho made with old tomato varieties, etc). The ravishing terrace beneath the wisteria and th..
13 r. des Porcelets F - 13200 Arles
This pleasant bistro in Arles is named after the star drink in the French TV show 'Les Deschiens'. The chef's family-style cooking features dishes such as: pieds et paquets à la Provençale and calf's liver with persillade. These are accompanied by go..