7min walk.

It was in Arles that Vincent Van Gogh produced his most beautiful masterpieces, in just fifteen months, from February 1888 to May 1889. The Vincent Van Gogh Arles Foundation pays tribute to his work and his impact in the creations contemporary. Inaugurated in April 2014, the Foundation aims to offer an exceptional place dedicated to his life and his work, but also by inviting contemporary artists to "express their connection to the artist through their own creations".


9min walk.

Departmental museum of ethnography created at the end of the 19th century by the poet Frédéric Mistral, it is a "place of memory" of Provençal society.After 11 years of closure, thoroughly renovated, it has just found it just re-opened. Installed in a real setting - a Historic Monument allowing you to embrace two thousand years of architectural history, from the Romans to the 21st century.


10min walk.

Inaugurated in 2021 by its founder Maja Hoffmann and the architect Frank Gehry, LUMA ARLES is the realization of the LUMA foundation created in 2004. A place of exhibition, reflection, creation and production, this crazy project allows Arles to compete with the greatest world capitals of contemporary art. The tower, the large hall and the workshops communicate through the routes of the 4-hectare garden created by the landscaper Bas Smets.

réattu museum

5min walk.

Built at the end of the 15th century in a magical tete-a-tete with the Rhône , the Grand Priory of the Order of Malta owes its destiny to Jacques Réattu (1760-1833), painter from Arles and Grand Prix de Rome, who made his house, his workshop and the laboratory of his dreams. Museum of Fine Arts of the city of Arles since 1868 it is located in an exceptional place, and presents a collection which extends from the 17th century to the present day. It also houses works by Réattu, a set of drawings by Pablo Picasso and an exceptional photographic collection, the first in a Fine Arts museum in France.