40 minutes from Villa Ragazzi
Arles is often mentioned for the wealth of its ancient (Roman monuments) and Romanesque heritage, its monuments listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1981, including the Roman Amphitheatre (the Arena), the Ancient Theatre, the Cryptoportiques, the Roman Baths of Constantine, the remains of the Roman Circus, the Cloister of Saint-Trophime, the Portal of Saint-Trophime and the Alyscamps, which are the starting point for the Arles Way, one of the three routes leading to Santiago de Compostela.
(Source: Arles Tourist Office)
Unesco World Heritage Site
This is the Chemin d'Arles, also known as the voie d'Arles or via Tolosana. Alongside this remarkable architecture, Arles also boasts some fine buildings from the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries. Since 1986, the town has been classified as a "Town of Art and History".