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Relax, professional, sports or cultural stay

At the hotel near the center of Arles, Hotel Mireille, you will not have time to get bored. For a relaxing holiday, the hotel has a swimming pool, a library with books in many languages and a large magazine kiosk. For cultural stays, Arles is a city steeped in history with its many museums and historical monuments to visit. For determined travelers, the Regional Natural Parks of Camargue and Alpilles offer breathtaking hikes. And for art lovers, you can follow in the footsteps of Vincent Van Gogh and his stay in Provence.

Arles, an exceptional destination

Arles was nicknamed "Little Rome of Gaul" with its baths, amphitheater and arenas that are the prestigious remains of the Roman era. During the summer, the city revives Roman customs by staging gladiatorial fights or offering Camargue races and concerts, in the very heart of its arena and its amphitheater. A city of culture, museums are not lacking: the Arles departmental museum, Réattu museum, Camargue museum or the Museon Arlaten. Ride this city of Bouches-du-Rhône with Mireille as a starting point!

In the footsteps of Vincent Van Gogh

The famous painter of the nineteenth century stayed in the old hospital of the city: the Hotel Dieu, before joining Saint-Paul de Mausole in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence. Some paintings take their inspiration in this stay in Arles. Now closed, the place is called "Van Gogh space" and the gardens are open to the public.

Regional Natural Park of the Alpilles

This reserve is a favorite place for travelers who enjoy hiking and nature walks. The villages that make up this area are typical of Provence and worth seeing: Baux-de-Provence, Saint-Rémy-de-Provence and Saint-Martin-de-Crau or Paradou.

Regional Natural Park of the Camargue

About ten kilometers from the hotel with swimming pool of Arles, is the Regional Park of Camargue. On foot, by bike or on horseback, with family, friends or alone, discover breathtaking landscapes and observe various species of animals in their natural habitat and in complete freedom.