Musée de la Camargue
Learn more about the origins of Camargue and its exceptional nature. Follow the marked trail and immerse yourself in a fascinating wildlife.
Fondation Van Gogh
Discover this beautiful museum dedicated to Van Gogh. The famous Ducth painter lived in Arles from 1888 to 1889.
This museum displays paintings by Jacques Réattu but also photographies and architecture projects. You can also admire a beautiful selection of Picasso's drawings.
Les Marchés Provençaux
Taste delicious local products at the Farmer's markets: fruits, vegetables, meet, cheeses, honey…There are countless ways to please your taste buds during your stay in Arles!
Musée Départemental Arles Antique
If you're passionate about art and archeology, add this museum to your to do list. Numerous art pieces (statues, mosaics…) are presented each year through various exhibitions.
Les Marais du Vigueirat
This 1200 hectares natural site hosts no less than 2000 plant and animal species. This naturel reserve's swamp is deal for a nice walk with your family or friends.
13104 Mas Thibert
Each year, Arles' vibrant cultural scene is animated by the Féria du Riz (in september) and the Easter feria (in april). Immerse yourself in the fascinanting traditions of South of France, from bandas to bodegas and corridas.
Considered as a cultural city, Arles has several art galleries and a specific itinerary to discover these places.
The Arles Amphitheatre is part of UNESCO's world heritage. Completely renovated, it was inspired by the Coliseum and could host up to 25 000 people.
This museum dedicated to provincial culture was built by Frédéric Mistral, second literature Nobel prize laureate, and displays thousand of objects wich belonged to him.