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Stretches the length of the main boulevard selling strong cheese, Camargue salt, olive oil and bull sausages. On Wednesday, market stalls set up along bd Émile Combes (east of Les Arènes).
Arles boasts the first-ever boutique of home-grown fashion designer Christian Lacroix.
Next door to Christian Lacroix is Puyricard, purveying exquisite handmade Provençal chocolates.
Buy a pair of handmade Camargue-style cowboy boots.
Gig flyers, tickets and music by Roma bands at this specialist music shop, also known as 'Musiques Arles'.
Located near the northern end of bd Émile Combes.
Among France’s top chocolatiers, Provençal herbs and plants – lavender, rosemary, violet and thyme – are used with unexpected flavours, like Earl Grey.
Biscuits made using ancient Roman, Renaissance, Alpine and Arlésien recipes.
Thrilling cheese shop with a 12th-century ripening cellar.
This place has 30 different oils at its bar à huiles (oil bar) and aromatic truffle products.
Brother-and-sister-run olive-oil mill located 4.5km southwest of St-Rémy, with tastings and homemade tapenade, fruit juice and jam.
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