The last church in the cemetery is a ruin, and for most of its time, it is left with the cemetery, with information about the history of Van Gogh, showing Arles' fame in the medieval period, the joint ticket 11 includes many historical attractions including this one, Van Gogh trail is not far from here.
The cemetery is a historical place, it is very mysterious, the huge stone coffin is very characteristic.
It was a really weird place...it was the most famous cemetery in ancient Rome, the Champs-Elysees in French...it was buried here because of a Roman civil servant who refused to execute Christians, when Arles became a Christian city in the 4th century, The cemetery is a sacred place. Plus Arles' first archbishop is buried here, and the cemetery is hotter.
Few people here not bad
The tourists are rare and the atmosphere is grey and black