Still regularly used for alfresco concerts and plays, the Théâtre Antique dates from the end of the 1st century BC. For hundreds of...
Slaves, criminals and wild animals (including giraffes) met their dramatic demise before a jubilant 20,000-strong crowd during Roman...
Across the courtyard from the Église St-Trophime, the 12th- and 14th-century Cloître St-Trophime was built to accommodate the monks’...
Le Calendal’s crowd-pleaser serves organic sandwiches and Mövenpick ice creams on a sunset-facing terrace.
Au Jardin du Calendal
The leafy courtyard garden of this hotel is perfect for lunching on gourmet salads. Grab breakfast or a snack at its Ōli Pan coffee shop.
31 rue Porte de Laure · interesting places nearby
Le Cilantro information
Chef Jêrome Laurant, a born-and-bred local lad, runs this hot spot and combines local ingredients with world spices to create accomplished dishes from fresh fish to duck medallions or steak.