In Roman times, Arles was the capital of Roman Gaul. In the 19th century it became a magnet for artists and now for tourists. Arena, Ancient Theater, Museums, Cathedral and Convent of Sts. Trofima are the main historical monuments of this cultural center. Vincent Van Gogh lived here the last two years of his life and painted over 300 paintings.
+43° 40' 39.42", +4° 37' 38.86"
Leave your camper parked in one of the city's car parks and enjoy a walk through the sights.
Name and address:
Camping City, route de Crau 67, Arles