Marché de Rognonas
Rognonas - Place du marché - Weekly market - Chaque mardi - Free
Fruit vegetables, fish, flowers.
No admission charge
Information provided by OT Terre de Provence
OrganiserMairie de Rognonas
Hôtel de Ville
Place Jeanne d'Arc
Place du marché
- 04 90 90 33 00
04 90 90 33 15
Where to stay
1st fl: kitchen/living rm, 1 double bedrm, 1 single bedrm, 1 bedrm with 1 double & 1 single bed, shower rm, WC. Elec heating. Child's bed. Communal unfenced patio with garden furniture. Parking. Gîte adjoining a farm building with the owners' house next door.
Mas Des Limites
Au coeur de la Provence, entre Avignon et les Alpilles, Luberon et Camargue, ce mas rénové du XVIIIème propose un environnement calme et reposant, avec son jardin paysager et sa piscine, les terrasses privatives de chaque chambre (avec salon de jardin confortable en teck ou en résine…
Le Clos De Bagalance
On the heights of the village of Barbentane , between Avignon and the Alpilles , very nice house , completely independent , in an environment of oaks and pines on 1ha not fenced . Private pool ( 5x14m - depth 1.2 to 2 m) with safety cover , pool house (shower and toilet ) with garden furniture…
Le St Eloi
In the village of Rognonas, close to shops, terraced house with fenced private land. On the ground floor, living room / lounge with TV, kitchen / dining area (oven, microwave, fridge) and scullery. Upstairs, two bedrooms with 1 bed for 2 people each, bathroom, separate toilet (half floor).…
Le Vieux Figuier
Air conditioned attic apartment on the 1st floor of the hosts' villa, 1km from the centre of Châteaurenard in very quiet area. Living room with 1 sofa bed (TV and DVD player), kitchen (oven and microwave). Bedroom with 1 double bed and 1 baby cot. Connected bathroom with WC. Linen provided on…
Gite adjacent to the owners' residence on an ancestral farming concern in the country, but close to shops. Easy access to major roadways to explore all areas of Provence. Groundfloor : living room, TV. Kitchen (microwave, washing-machine). Upstairs : 1 bedroom with twin beds. 1 bedroom with a…
Things to do
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Where to eat
Hidden away in the historic quarter of Barbentane, a magnificent Provencal village perched on the slopes of La Montagnette, "Le Romarin" really lives up to its name (Rosemary) with a menu that delves into the very roots of Provence (aubergine papetons, garlic salad, baked cod, courgette crumble,…
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