Still regularly used for alfresco concerts and plays, the Théâtre Antique dates from the end of the 1st century BC. For hundreds of...
This Romanesque-style church was built in the late 11th and 12th centuries on the site of several earlier churches. On the western...
Across the courtyard from the Église St-Trophime, the 12th- and 14th-century Cloître St-Trophime was built to accommodate the monks’...
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.
Les Arènes information
Lonely Planet review
Slaves, criminals and wild animals (including giraffes) met their dramatic demise before a jubilant 20,000-strong crowd during Roman gladiatorial displays at Les Arènes, built around the late 1st or early 2nd century AD. During the early medieval Arab invasions the arch-laced circular structure, which is 136m long, 107m wide and 21m tall, was topped with four defensive towers to become a fortress. Indeed, by the 1820s, when the amphitheatre was returned to its original use, there were 212 houses and two churches that had to be razed on the site.
Buy tickets for bloody bullfights, bloodless courses Camarguaises , theatre and concerts at the Bureau de Location .