Citotel Porte de Camargue

15 Rue Noguier, Arles, Provence, 13200, France
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Arles to Aix-en-provence

by ThomasIII

New travelers that need some info. We are trying to go from Arles to Aix-en-Provence without going thru Marseille by train. Any bus service between Arles and Aix and how often does it run?

Re: Arles to Aix-en-provence

by pedroswift might help?

Re: Arles to Aix-en-provence

by cubsur

There are buses between Arles and Avignon then Avignon and Aix-en-Provence (nothing direct I can find) here

Hope that helps.

Re: Arles to Aix-en-provence

by cubsur

There is a limited schedule for direct buses here

Re: Arles to Aix-en-provence

by rudy.viae

YOu will find the itinerary, schedule and prices on this page:
The first pdf on that page is the schedule during schoolyear (période scolaire)

If you inquire while overthere, refer to "cartreize" it's the name of the bus network with the département 13 called Bouches du Rhône which Aix en Provence is part of.

Travel Tips for Arles

Bienvenue vers la Provence!

by davequ

Here is a little overview Provence orientation map.

Don't miss:

- Roman ruins (Glanum, Pont du Gard & Nimes (in Gard province), Arles, Aix in Provence) and all the Van Gogh / Gauguin landscapes;

- The lightly spicy French dishes a' Provencal with fresh herbs & vegetables.

- Soupe de poissons in Arles or bouillabaisse (in Marseilles);

- Chateauneuf du Pape and Cotes du Rhone wines. The light, the ruins, and the Rhone

Hair Dressing a l'Arlesienne

by hquittner

We attended a demonstration on how hair is dressed in the ancient Arlesian manner with an adult and a young girl. It is an extremely elaborate production. The process is an old custom and is employed by males and females in preparing for several festivals during the year and is enjoyed in many of the communities of the area with many different types of costumes. In the females of Arles they build a coiffure upon a special comb which is deeply set into the thickest hair on the crown. Of course it requires dense long hair.

La Camargue

by davequ

Just outside (sw) of Arles is the Carmargue. It is unique in its fauna and appearance.

Marshlands populated with flamingos (in the summer), wild horses, beautiful birds of all types.

Tours are available in downtown Arles.

A few mosquitoes and some humidity (it's a marsh right next to the Mediterranean), but if you like nature and unique landscapes, I recommend it.

There is an excellent book you can buy titled "La Camargue" in Arles at hotels and bookstores that is filled with excellent photos and much information. I recommend you buy the book (I did) first if you can find it.
ISBN 2-84293-050-9.

check out the Rhone River

by rwlittle

"Starry Night Over the Rhone", the painting by Van Gogh, was painted here in Arles. You can see the Rhone from the top of the amphitheatre, or you can walk along it (though we did not do so at night, we were so tired for all the walking in the daytime).

The photo shows a view of le Rhone & L’Eglise St. Julien on tower, as seen from the top of the amphitheater.

Arles Antique Roman Theatre

by davequ

This place is really pretty and peaceful. It feels good to sit in the theatre garden on a sunny day.

I was fortunate to have this weather in Oct '01 and in late Sept. '03. This picture is from my first trip.

Just down the street about 100 meters from the Roman arena are these ruins of the Antique Roman Theatre.
Almost 2000 years old, built during the period following Julius Caesar's Gaul conquests, this is a very peaceful place to go sit and relax during the day, especially mid afternoon. Plays and events are still held there at night on occasion.

An even better preserved theatre with it's theater wall intact can be found just a few miles north in the town of Orange.


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 Citotel Porte de Camargue

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Address: 15 Rue Noguier, Arles, Provence, 13200, France