Over the past several years, Arles has become an unprecedented interest for the media, who have not ceased putting it in the spotlight, with praising articles, citing it as a destination that must be discovered.
It must be said that with the exceptional quality of the Roman and Middle Age architecture and recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the renowned International Photography Festival “Rencontres de la photographie,” and the curiosity sparked since the installation of prestigious contemporary art foundations, the former “Arelate,” cannot help but to reinvent itself and surprise its visitors, who would never imagine the cultural richness it contains.
Arles is situated at the heart of a true golden triangle, between Camargue, Alpilles and Crau Plain, and close to important major cities in southern France, such as Nîmes, Avignon, Aix-en Provence, Marseille. Being both a city and a village, Arles is an ideal hub that allows for the discovery of the treasures of Provence.
In order to best accommodate you during your stay, L’hôtel de l’Amphithéâtre, therefore suggests a partial and sentimental itinerary that will allow for unique experiences that are exclusive to Arles.
Follow the guide !
- Day 1 – Friday : Arlesian for an Evening
- Day 2 – Saturday : Arlesien for a Day
- Day 3 – Sunday : Roman Arles
- Day 4 – Monday : Christian Arles
- Day 5 – Tuesday : Modern Arles
- Day 6 – Wednesday : Arles from one tower to another
- Day 7 – Thursday : Arles, gateway to the Camargue
- Day 8 – Friday : Arles at home