Roman heritage in Arles
Arles was marked by the passage of the Romans. During your stopover at La Muette, a family hotel in the heart of Arles, you will not be able to miss these monuments and vestiges from the Roman era. By preferring La Muette, you can afford cultural and historical stays at low prices in the center of Arles. During your visit, we invite you to discover all these classified monuments steeped in history such as the Roman Amphitheater, the Ancient Theater, the Cryptoporticus and the Roman Forum, the Baths of Constantine, the Ramparts of the Roman Castrum, the Obelisk from Arles and the Alyscamps.
Monuments inspired by Roman Art are numerous in Provence. The worthy representative of this art in Arles is none other than the famous Saint-Trophime Basilica and its cloister. A little further out of the center of Arles, you can also discover the Sainte-Croix Chapel in Montmajour.
In the footsteps of Van Gogh
The Pays d'Arles is also known for the passage of the famous painter Vincent Van Gogh. Don't miss the “Van Gogh Circuit”, an itinerary traced in the footsteps and works of the artist in the heart of Arles. Stop by the Van Gogh space and the Van Gogh Foundation for an immediate immersion in his art.
Discover one of the largest and most beautiful markets in the region, the Arles market. Meet on Wednesday morning on Boulevard Émile-Combes and Saturday morning on Boulevard des Lices and Boulevard Georges-Clémenceau. Meet the local artisans, producers and traders.