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This is a lovely place away from the (slightly) busier town centre - indeed, it is hard to believe that somewhere like this could be only ten minutes walk away. It is a walkway lined with trees, with a mausoleum at the end, which is...More
The avenue of tress makes the entrance extremely inviting on a hot day. It is interesting to read that this a small portion left of what was a huge Necropolis. Also interesting that in past centuries the stone sarcophagi were taken to be used as...More
The Elyscamps is about 10 to 15 minutes walk south from the amphitheatre and I guess is one of those sites you either like because of its history or dislike because there is not much to see except empty tombs and an empty church. Personally...More
Definitely worth a visit, especially as part of the Arles Liberté pass or multi pass. There isn’t much info so if you want more than a tranquil stroll you might want to do some homework in advance. Up to date opening hours shown on photo.
Beautifully maintained, the Alyscamps is a delight to visit.
Little has changed since Van Gogh's day.
Serene and majestic and just that bit out of the centre of Arles to give one a bit of breathing space. Definitely worth a visit.
The cemetery walk is lined up with rows of empty sarcophagi on both sides..no inscriptions and no markers. The only information is on a small board at the entrance.As for the church.it is totally empty, no information whatsoever and looks totally abandoned.Its a 20 minute...More
You can purchase a Pass Liberte or Advantage Pass, both of with include Les Alyscamps, online at the Arles Toursime website. You can also purchase either of these passes in person at the tourist information center in Arles... More
You can purchase a Pass Liberte or Advantage Pass, both of with include Les Alyscamps, online at the Arles Toursime website. You can also purchase either of these passes in person at the tourist information center in Arles. Enjoy!