The city of Arles in the Bouches du Rhône region is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for the cultural property "Arles, Roman and Romanesque Monuments" and for the serial cultural property "Pilgrimage Route to Santiago de Compostela in France".
Ideally located on the banks of the Rhone, it offers superb views of the Camargue and the Alpilles, the sea and the land!
Capital of the Camargue, located at the gateway to the Alpilles, Arles is a historic and dynamic city, full of colour and tradition. Its small streets are lined with beautiful two-storey houses and mansions. In its heart, its superb restored arenas come alive with traditional festivals.
The Camargue Regional Nature Park is located on the Mediterranean coast, inside the Rhône delta, mainly between the two arms of the river. It extends over 3 communes: part of the commune of Arles and Port-Saint-Louis-du-Rhône and the entire commune of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer.
The village of Les Saintes Maries de la Mer, 30 minutes from Arles, is a land of hospitality, tradition and pilgrimage. Built between the sky and the sea, where the Rhône embraces the Mediterranean, it invites you to escape to the heart of the Camargue.
Located in the heart of Provence, between the Luberon and the Camargue, this enchanting territory is renowned for its exceptional landscape, natural and cultural heritage. Its villages such as Les Baux de Provence, Eygalières, Maussane, Saint Rémy de Provence, have an international reputation.
The Bouches du Rhône department offers an exceptional wealth and an infinite variety of landscapes: Marseille and the Calanques National Park, the Sainte-Baume, Aubagne in the land of Pagnol, Aix-en-Provence and the Sainte Victoire mountain, the Alpilles with the Baux de Provence and Saint-Rémy, Arles and its exceptional historical heritage, the Camargue and the Saintes Maries de la Mer...