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  • 1 Les Alyscamps Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Religious buildings

    r. du Cloitre 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..

  • 2 Camargue Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    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..

  • 3 Musée Départemental Arles Antique Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Presqu'ile du Cirque-Romain F - 13635 Arles Cedex

    Large statuary (the colossal statue of Auguste that adorned the stage of the theatre), models illustrating how the city and its monuments developed in imperial times, the daily life of the people of Arles in Ancient times, splendid mosaics and an ast..

  • 4 Roman Theatre Recommended Recommended

    Archaeological and historical sites

    r. du Cloitre F - 13637 Arles Cedex

    With its two impressively preserved columns standing in a landscape of rare elegance, the Théâtre Antique is one of the greatest Roman theatres from the end of the 1C BC. It served as quarry from the 5C, was transformed into a fortified reduit in the..

  • 5 Cloître St-Trophime Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    r. du Cloitre 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..

  • 6 Arles Arena Recommended Recommended

    Archaeological and historical sites

    r. du Cloitre F - 13637 Arles Cedex

    The Arles arenas which were transformed into a fortress in the 5th and 6th C (retaining their two, «Saracen towers» - medieval alterations) and then into a veritable «town within a town», have been extremely well conserved. Today the arenas are the s..

  • 7 Marais du Vigueirat Marshes Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    Cabanes de l'Étourneau F - 13104 Mas-Thibert

    A system of channels and pumps enables water levels and their salinity to be monitored, and to preserve the Camargue's diverse ecosystems. Purple and grey herons, mallards, northern lapwings, black-winged stilts, moustached warblers and many other bi..

  • 8 Museon Arlaten Interesting

    Museums and art

    29 r. de la République F - 13200 Arles

    After winning the Nobel Prize in 1906, Frédéric Mistral founded this museum dedicated to the part of Provence located along the Rhône. Countless objects (furniture, costumes, ceramics, reconstructions of interiors) evoking traditional trades, living ..

  • 9 Musée Réattu Interesting

    Museums and art

    10 r. du Grand-Prieuré F - 13200 Arles

    The museum is named after Arles-born painter Jacques Réattu (1760-1833), who used to live here. In addition to paintings from the 16C-18C, you can enjoy a collection of contemporary sculptures (César, Richier, Bourdelle, Zadkine), Modern paintings (D..

  • 10 Montmajour abbey Interesting

    Religious buildings

    r. de Fonvieille F - 13200 Arles

    The Montmajour site was an island in the marshes which extended from the River Rhône to the Alpilles. The abbey was saved by the painter, Jacques Réattu. The remains include the 12C church of Notre-Dame, the Romanesque cloister with its capitals, the..

  • 11 Église St-Trophime Interesting

    Religious buildings

    Rue Jean-Jaurès F - 13200 Arles

    You access the Church via a gate that is a master piece from the provincial Roman school from the late 12th C. Of the works of art inside, main interests are the sarcophages from the 4 C and the cloister built after 1150, which is famous for its scul..

  • 12 Cryptoporticus Interesting

    Archaeological and historical sites

    r. du Cloitre F - 13637 Arles Cedex

    The function of these twin horseshoe-shaped underground galleries is unknown. It has often been suggested that, as well as stabilising the monuments of the forum, they were used as huge granaries.

  • 13 Palais Constantin (La Trouille thermal baths) Interesting

    Archaeological and historical sites

    Accès par la r. du Grand-Prieuré F - 13200 Arles Cedex

    Constantine loved Arles and made it his capital in the West, endowing the city with many good works. Of these, the thermal baths remain, the largest still to be seen in Provence; they have been partly cleared. Access via the tepidarium (warm room) th..

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