Feast of salt

Arles - Salin de Giraud - Provençal Tradition - Du 31 mai au 4 juin

Every year, the village of Salin de Giraud, through the Camargo Souvajo association, celebrates the salt. Program: during the duration of the Festival, a photo exhibition on "Jouse of Arbaud" (from 14 to 18 h) on 22 at 15:30 and 23 at 10:00: guided tour on the theme of salt, in collaboration with the Park.May 23: A 14 h: Camargue race at the Bullring.At 9: 00 pm: screening of the film by Marie Arnaudet "from the corons in Camargue" has 22 h: dance moderated by group coriander. May 24:11 h: blessing of the chapel of saline 12 h salt: games of guardians to les Arènes (aperitif offered) 13 h: meals (€18 - 200 pers. maximum registration before May 15) 15 h: performance of dances and traditional regional music

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Where to stay

Mas du Lion
B&B

Mas du Lion

Arles

1 room (20 m²) overlooks the garden with its large window, it has a 160 bed, air conditioning, fridge, micro wave, TV and Internet access, covered parking.Room 2 has a window which overlooks the garden, two beds 90. Possibility of an extra bed (€15).The bathroom is equipped with a large…

Villa Stephanie
Holiday rental

Villa Stephanie

Arles

Luxury villa (160m ²) fully equipped for 6-8 persons on 2 levels, each with bathroom and toilet, reversable air conditioning, fireplace, large conservatory, solarium, garden and garage. Just 5 minutes from shops and 15 minutes from the city centre on foot. Household linen provided upon request.…

On the side of the Bullring
B&B

On the side of the Bullring

Arles

Throw the arenas and the ancient Theatre, in a very quiet street nestles guesthouse in stones, its rooms with views. Cosy, high ceilings are decorated with objects unearthed and furnished with comfort.Double bed, bathroom, private WC, wifi, air conditioning.The breakfast is served in the…

Le Belvedere
Holiday rental

Le Belvedere

Arles

Your stay in catering in Arles, old city center in a renovated house in the eighteenth century. 2 charming independent housing. Terrace and panoramic view on the Rhone for 2 to 4 people.

Picasso
Holiday rental

Picasso

Arles

Our hotel is located 4 km from the city center of Arles, in Arles campaign, it includes 3 guest rooms spacious and bright and giving on a small garden where you can take your breakfast when the weather permits. We also have 3 residences equipped. You can relax in a space dedicated to the good be:…

L'hirondelle
Holiday rental

L'hirondelle

Arles

Pleasant studio with kitchen area, microwave oven, fridge, coffee machine etc. Bathroom (shower, washbasin, bidet, WC) Quiet, window overlooking the large courtyard

Coup De Coeur
Holiday rental

Coup De Coeur

Arles

Furnished 2nd floor apartment (fridge freezer, 2 ovens etc.) 60m² plus mezzanine overlooking the Arena. 17th century building, antique furniture. Large living room (40 m²), bedroom with bathroom, separate WC with washbasin. Perfect condition.

The Mas de Lee
B&B

The Mas de Lee

Arles

Quiet in a garden rooms closed 10 minutes from the city centre.

Montmajour
Holiday rental

Montmajour

Arles

With your lover or your family, we propose you a nice stay in Provence in a landscape painted by Vincent Van Gogh ( Charette Bleue , the Montmajour Ruins), you can enjoy the tranquility and beauty of the natural areas you will see. This gite is rated 3 stars. On the ground floor, 57m², it will…

Things to do

Theatre of Arles
Theater

Theatre of Arles

Arles

To subscribe is easy and inexpensive. A subscription includes three minimum shows selected freely in category A, B or C. Two possibilities: individual subscription and the subscription group. Subscriptions can be taken throughout the season, 15 to 40% discount on the prices depending on the…

Théâtre Antique
Monument

Théâtre Antique

Arles

Date: End of the first century BC Era: Antiquity Type: Public cultural architecture Status: Property of the Town of Arles, listed as a national Historic Monument in 1840 and a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981. The Roman Theatre of Arles, which preceded its famous neighbour the amphitheatre by a…

Musee Reattu
Museum

Musee Reattu

Arles

Formerly known as the Grand Prieuré de l'Ordre de Malte (Grand Priory of the Order of Malta). The Grand Priory was originally formed of two adjoining commanderies, each built around an inner courtyard. Of the Saliers commandery built in the 15th century, the southern façade of the inner…

The Bouton d'Or
Craftsman

The Bouton d'Or

Arles

Bouton d'Or is a handcrafted clothing boutique. This old hosiery from the historical centre of Arles was taken over in June 2013 by two Nanceiennes designers who have turned it into workshop where they sell their production as well as other craftsmen in the region or their knowledge. All proposed…

Marie Couture
Craftsman

Marie Couture

Arles

I create made-to-measure Mireille costumes and the accompanying accessories. I work with passion so that you can take part in Provençal processions. You can choose from different types of lace made from cotton, muslin, tarlatan, cotton tulle and cotton fabric. I offer a large selection of…

Grand Mas du Roy
Olives - Huiles d'olives

Grand Mas du Roy

Arles

Sale at the farm, olive oil (Award for excellence 2007), cheeses, juices of fruit and seasonal fruits, organic rice, jams, wine, organic wine, honey. Gold Medal 2008 contest regionnal PACA olive oils. Culture reasoned

Musée départemental Arles antique
Museum

Musée départemental Arles antique

Arles

Museum of Archaeology, from Prehistory (2,500 BC) until the end of Antiquity (6th century), including the prestigious items found in the Rhône (bust of Julius Caesar, statue of Neptune, etc.) From 6 April to 1 September 2013, the museum will house the 'Rodin, the Light of Antiquity' exhibition…

The District of la Roquette
Site

The District of la Roquette

Arles

This district dates back to the Middle Ages and was for a long time the favourite district of mariners; the La Roquette district remains one of the most attractive in town. Its original urban herringbone layout features attractive narrow and sometimes raised houses between the Quai du Rhône and…

The river Rhône
Landscape

The river Rhône

Saintes Maries de la Mer, Port Saint Louis du Rhône, Tarascon, Arles

The Rhone and its delta have not only given their name to the department, but this peaceful and majestic river also forms the backbone of the Bouches-du-Rhone. From Avignon to the Camargue beaches, the river passes through the most authentic Provençal landscapes. Famous for a long time for the…

Where to eat

Garden Cafe - counter Calendal
Cuisine de Provence

Garden Cafe - counter Calendal

Arles

The Garden Cafe is a counter of the Calendal offering on the spot or to take light meals: bio bread sandwiches, small dishes simmered in chinaramaiah, soups, salads, while freshness, sweets, selection of teas weddings brothers, capuccino, beers etc...Pause gourmande in the salons of le Calendal…

Hostellerie of the Source
Table 13

Hostellerie of the Source

Arles

Located a few minutes from the centre of Arles, a natural spring ("Source") has been happily bubbling away here since the 19th century in the tree-filled garden, bordering a swimming pool. This Mediterranean oasis, lined with weeping willows and oleander, offers feminine retakes on Provencal and…

Next to the bistro
Food guide restaurant

Next to the bistro

Arles

This is Jean-Luc Rabanel's second star-rated establishment, serving friendlier-priced and more family-style food. The gourmet dishes are crafted with the expertise of one of France's greatest contemporary cooks. Traditional salt cod and stewed chicken take on a whole new lease of life here. The…

Gueule du Loup
Food guide restaurant

Gueule du Loup

Arles

There are no bobbins to pull here and no latches to go up. This little house built in 1780 offers no danger to Little Red Riding Hoods all they have to do is choose between the two dining rooms, one facing the ground floor kitchen and the other with exposed stone walls on the first floor. There's…

Galoubet
Food guide restaurant

Galoubet

Arles

Bistro cuisine around the fireplace in winter and under the arbour when the weather is warm (foie gras, artichoke hearts, veal liver, catfish, roast pineapple, poached pears, etc.).

Plaza (La Paillotte)
Food guide restaurant

Plaza (La Paillotte)

Arles

Restaurant very well located in the centre of the city of Arles. Near hotels, monuments, museums and the Foundation Van Gogh. The restaurant bathrooms with exposed stone walls and beams wood ceilings.The decoration of the restaurant is based on bullfighting and Provence. A beautiful shaded…

Thyme bar
Table 13

Thyme bar

Arles

Les Milhau are masters in the art of satisfying guests with their charming and relaxed welcome, traditional and faultless home-made Provencal cuisine, a pleasant terrace and reasonable prices. Simple and fuss-free quality.

Jean-Luc Rabanel workshop
Food guide restaurant

Jean-Luc Rabanel workshop

Arles

Every gourmet knows his name: Jean-Luc Rabanel is one of the stars of French gastronomy and a major personality, who has been tending to his kitchen garden for over 30 years. A master of vegetables, spokesman for organic produce and pioneer of the "locavore" local food trend, this chef transcends…

Le Réfectoire
Table 13

Le Réfectoire

Arles

With classroom chairs and shared tables, the décor is, naturally, reminiscent of childhood canteens. The rest is more state-of-the-art: the reasonably-priced menu is the work of a Michelin-starred chef (Armand Arnal, of La Chassagnette), in a converted industrial building (the former SNCF…

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