St Honorat Church

This Église St Honorat, built in the 12C by the monks of St Victor de Marseille, guardians of the necropolis, is distinguished by its robust two-storey lantern tower, whose arch is set with bays. All that remains of the building is the choir, several chapels and a sculpted gate.

Useful information

Adresse : 

allée des Sarcophages

Nearby tourist attractions

Les Alyscamps
Les Alyscamps
From the Gallo-Roman period up to the
30 minutes
Boulevard des Lices
Boulevard des Lices
The boulevard with its large and lively
15 minutes
Summer garden
Summer garden
The Summer garden is situated in the
30 minutes
Rue Porte-de-Laure
Rue Porte-de-Laure
This street leading from the summer
15 minutes
Collégiale Notre Dame de la Major Church
Collégiale Notre Dame de la Major Church
Collégiale Notre Dame de la Major is one
15 minutes
Arles Arena
Arles Arena
The Arles arenas which were transformed
60 minutes
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Other ideas « Patrimony »

Les Alyscamps
Les Alyscamps
From the Gallo-Roman period up to the
30 minutes
Boulevard des Lices
Boulevard des Lices
The boulevard with its large and lively
15 minutes
Rue Porte-de-Laure
Rue Porte-de-Laure
This street leading from the summer
15 minutes
See all

Other ideas « Art and Culture »

Les Alyscamps
Les Alyscamps
From the Gallo-Roman period up to the
30 minutes
Collégiale Notre Dame de la Major Church
Collégiale Notre Dame de la Major Church
Collégiale Notre Dame de la Major is one
15 minutes
Cloître St-Trophime
Cloître St-Trophime
The carved decoration of the 12C-14C
60 minutes
See all