Arles - The marshes of the Vigueirat - Meeting - Dates and program to be confirmed - Free
Sunday, April 12, friends of the marshes of the Vigueirat present the 4th edition of the day of producers.Gastronomic products, arts and crafts, eco-responsibility, you can test, taste and enjoy a multitude of products of Mas-Thibert, the Plan-du-Bourg and the Camargue.This year the event will be placed under the sign of the 40 years of the Conservatoire du littoral: the breeders and farmers on the site of the marshes of the Vigueirat throughout the year will be highlighted during the day.On-site catering. Free workshops. Sound and artistic performance. Closing with «Spout catch» all concert.
No admission charge
- Accessible for disabled
- Private parking, Coach park
Information provided by OT Arles
OrganiserThe marshes of the Vigueirat
Cabanes de l'Etourneau
The marshes of the Vigueirat
Cabanes de l'Etourneau
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