Delve into the delta by 4WD jeep on safari-style half-day trips, which can be combined with horseback rambles.
Still used for summertime concerts and plays, this outdoor theatre dates to the end of the 1st century BC. For hundreds of years it was...
Église Notre Dame de la Major
Constructed in the 12th century, this church sits on one of Arles' highest points.
Le Comptoir du Calendal
Based on the ground floor of Le Calendal hotel, this bright and breezy cafe does a nice line in lunchtime sandwiches and salads, plus a...
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Marché d'Arles information
At Arles’ enormous Saturday-morning market, Camargue salt, goats' milk cheese and saucisson d’Arles (bull-meat sausage) scent the air. The scene shifts to bd Émile Combes on Wednesday morning.