Wine and gourmet show
Arles - Gymnase Jean-François Lamour - Gastronomy - Dates and program to be confirmed
Now since 10 years, 100 exhibitors from the France, receive from 3000 to 3500 visitors from bouches du Rhône, Gard and Vaucluse and Herault. On 5 and 6 March 2016 an unmissable event for gourmets from the region.
Information provided by OT Arles
Lion's Club Arles Camargue
1 rue Emile Fassin
Gymnase Jean-François Lamour
Where to stay
House in the historic town centre of Arles, quiet, pedestrian street (with garage). On the ground floor: living room (tv, sofa, 3 armchairs), dining room (with high chair for baby), kitchen (fridge, stove with oven, coffee maker, microwave, toaster), wc, private inner courtyard with garden…
MAS of little paradise
Isabelle and Michel welcome you at Mas of the paradise. Enjoy the Park and the pool during your stay. An organic breakfast is served!The House is located a few minutes from the historical centre of Arles, on the world heritage of UNESCO, shopping malls to 5 minutes. The Alpilles and the Camargue…
The youth hostel is located close to the city centre and major tourist attractions of the region.This proximity will allow you to enjoy your holiday. Day cultural visits or sporting activities to start and in the evening discover the sweetness of life of the youth hostel.
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…
Apartment of approx. 60 m² for 4 persons, located at 10 minutes walk from the centre of Arles, 2 not the museums départemental Arles Antique and Chamber of Commerce. Apartment with balcony on the 1st floor, sunny in a secured residence with lift. Consists of a kitchen, a dining salon, a bedroom…
The patio of Arles
This old House of the 18th century shipowner, restored in the rules and tradition, is located right bank, near the bridge of Trinquetaille. On the way of St. James, you are 7 minutes walk from the arena and 10 minutes from the train station.Light and airy, it offers sober, elegant and…
Domaine Des Anges
Just outside Arles, on the road towards the Alpilles, in the hamlet of Pont de Crau and only 5 km from the historic center, beautiful house on floor with a large outdoor area with lawn and trees, fully fenced. Secure private pool (6x12m), pool house with plancha and equipped kitchen, shady lounge…
Things to do
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…
In this workshop shop all is made on-site by Lysiane LAURENT and his daughter. Tablecloths, napkins, aprons, small luggage, dresses, skirts are designed and designed with passion in the respect of the Provençal tradition. Listen, you will certainly hear the sewing machine or the sound of…
Theatre of 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…
At Arles, the provencal costume is an institution. Relaunched at the end of the 19th century by Frédéric Mistral, l ' arlésienne symbolizes the cultural identity of the territory. Located at the entrance of the historic centre, shop Souleïado transports you into this universe typically…
Jolie boutique de décoration qui sent bon le sud comme son nom l'indique. On rêve de maison de vacances au soleil et nos souvenirs d'enfance remontent en découvrant la sélection de pancartes, le coin des enfants, les textiles coloré, les tabliers, les boutis, la vaisselle.
Actes Sud Cinemas
Actes Sud Cinemas (formerly 'Le Méjan Cinema') has been renovated and taken over new spaces in order to welcome the public and organise meetings with film teams. It now has three arthouse screens. The programme has strong links with the editorial policy of Actes Sud and promotes 'auteur cinema'…
We have been cabinet-makers in Arles since May 1968 and specialise in the creation of 'antique-style', patinated, white-leaded and gold-leaf furniture; we respect beautiful furniture and its quality. We became interior designers by developing our design office to meet the requirements of the…
Where to eat
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…
Gueule du Loup
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…
Helena in the kitchen prepares traditional local cuisine, among other specialities such as bouillabaisse, the bourride lotte, aioli and prepared meals of grand mother, restaurant Saint Pierre is located in the city centre of Arles in the District of Trinquetaille, only the Rhone bridge isolates…
Jean-Luc Rabanel workshop
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…
Everything you ever wanted to know about Marcel Pagnol!
Drawing its inspiration from the city's sulphurous reputation since the early 20th century, this literary movement is a spinoff from the 'Roman Noir' crime novel
Aix-en-Provence prides in concocting 'Calisson' candies made with a thin candied melon paste and ground almonds topped with royal icing. Yummy
A story that will make you turn to jelly...
As yellow as sunshine and as warm as a winter fireplace... The quince isn't very pretty, but the people of Provence love it. You could even say that a passion has been born between this irregular-shaped fruit, somewhat resembling a dented, rustic pear and our lovers of jams, jellies and pastes.