Roundel of gold

Arles - The Amphitheatre - Jeux taurins - jeux gardians - Le 3 juillet

Each year, the first Monday in July, takes place the rosette of gold (who was born July 2, 1928) in the arenas of Arles. It's the race 'lighthouse' of the taurine season, big and beautiful the bouvine Festival and the most prestigious of the Camargue races.In 2011 to celebrate his 80th birthday, Cocarde d'Or became a free race open to all razeteurs, it was daring, it was a triumph.The 1st winner Granito in 1928 to the last, they all dreamed of winning this trophy, the most prestigious of the Camargue race.Then, 1 July in Arles, the passion aroused by the Golden rosette again invade the mythical Roman amphitheatre, where aficiouna of Provence and Languedoc, gathered by the thousands come encourage with fervor and passion our latter-day Gladiators. Let the best person win!REGULATION:Race open to all razeteurs.Torphee of As Elite 1The Razeteurs trophyTrophy of future hope

Entrée from 7 to 36

Information provided byOT Arles

  • Contact

    Rond-point Des Arènes
    13200 Arles

  • Organiser

    Office of the Bullring
  • Phone

    • 08 91 70 03 70
  • Fax

    04 90 96 64 31

  • Website

Nearby

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  2. Nickel Torsten

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  3. Chapellerie Alexandre

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  4. Mas Marin

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Where to stay

Entre Provence Et Camargue
Holiday rental

Entre Provence Et Camargue

Arles

Apartment occupying the 1st floor of a quiet and leafy villa... 3 bedroom, living room, dining, kitchen, vicinity 2 of water, 2 WC, Wifi, TV, garage, large garden.Completely renovated.

Saint Trophime
Hotel

Saint Trophime

Arles

Located in the heart of the city centre of Arles, this hotel 2 * is also 2 to arenas and close to the Roman Theatre. With its 4 batimentassez mass surrounding a fresh and relaxing courtyard, the House symbolizes the sweetness of living Provence. It includes 20 rooms comfortable fully equipped.

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.

L'olivier
Holiday rental

L'olivier

Arles

Apartment for 4 to 6 persons in the "Village Camarguais" residence in the heart of the Regional Natural Park of Camargue, situated 4 km from the city centre and 2.5 km from the commercial area Fourchon.

Cote Cour
Holiday rental

Cote Cour

Arles

Apartment of 45 m² facing the arenas of Arles. With two inputs, comfortable, very nice summer with the courtyard flower with armchairs. We often take meals in the courtyard.Two beds of 140, corner kitchenette, bathroom. Equipped with all appliances.

Studio Arlésien
Holiday rental

Studio Arlésien

Arles

The farmhouse is located next to Arles and the Camargue, on a small country road. It offers 2 gites (a 3rd one is under construction) and a caravan. On a large fenced plot with olive groves and green spaces, secured swimming pool (10x5m) from April to September (9h/20h), gym (fitness equipment),…

Clos Des Oliviers
Holiday rental

Clos Des Oliviers

Arles

Furnished house located in a residential area (Trinquetaille) overlooking a shady place. It is surrounded by a garden with a barbecue complete garden furniture.It has upstairs 2 bedrooms (in one bed, 2 single beds in the other, a vast living room (with sofa bed), a kitchen, a bathroom, a separate…

Jules César
Hotel

Jules César

Arles

The Hotel Jules César Arles, a stunning secret location. Located in the city centre of Arles and entirely renovated and decorated early 2014 by Christian Lacroix.Once the Jules César 17th-century Carmelite Convent offers true comfort 5 stars.

Campanile Arles
Hotel

Campanile Arles

Arles

The New Generation hotel 3 stars has 41 air-conditioned rooms accommodating up to 3 people. All our rooms are equipped in a modern and functional way: recessed flat screen, free Wifi access, bathroom with bathtub or shower and hairdryer, telephone and tray with kettle Hotel Campanile Arles, New…

Things to do

Actes Sud Cinemas
Lieu culturel

Actes Sud Cinemas

Arles

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'…

Mas de Rey
Wines

Mas de Rey

Arles

In 2012, Mr and Mrs Cornille realize an old dream by making the acquisition of a vineyard, the Mas de Rey.True to their values, the new wine growers cultivate their 32 hectares of vineyard with passion and respect."The Earth makes you what you give", explains Didier Cornille, owner of Mas de Rey,…

L ' Arlésienne perfumery
Producer

L ' Arlésienne perfumery

Arles

For the love of Arles or for the love of perfume? Both, no doubt... Eau d'Arles is undoubtedly inspired by the beautiful Arlésiennes and their extraordinary costumes. The fineness of their elegant outfits can be found in this fragrance, which is fresh, flowery and slightly powdery. A beautiful…

L'Arlésienne
Craftsman

L'Arlésienne

Arles

Creation and hiring of traditional Arlésienne costumes. Wide choice of haberdashery, hosiery and accessories. Legwear, corsets and nightwear for men and women.

Chantal Bernardi
Craftsman

Chantal Bernardi

Arles

Furniture upholsterer

Land running
Clay

Land running

Arles

Pottery land running opened in Arles in 2012 in an old stone house in typically favorable located near the station.I realize simple and harmonious shapes sandstone pieces, decorated with enamels (baking high temperature – 1300 ° C) that I prepare to play with the shiny, silky or matte…

The baths of Constantine
Monument

The baths of Constantine

Arles

Date: 4th century era: ancient Type: Architecture of sports and recreation status: property of the historic city of Arles (for the clear part) class Monument (1840) the Unesco World Heritage (1981) characteristic Expression of Roman civilisation, the baths were one of the most common public…

Bridge Van Gogh
Monument

Bridge Van Gogh

Arles

Named formerly bridge of Langlois time: 19th century Type: public Architecture: engineering status: property of the Tourist Office of the Arles class Monument historic (1988) the name of the staff member responsible to keep it and manipulate it, the 'bridge of Langlois' has acquired world fame…

The Marshall district
Site

The Marshall district

Arles

The District of the Marshall ("from the Middle") occupies a modest surface between the city (or town hall) and the arugula, on the edge of the Rhône.Its history dates back to the medieval renaissance of the city, around the 12th century. Habitat, it differs little from the neighbouring districts…

Where to eat

Gueule du Loup
Table 13

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…

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…

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…

Lou marks
Food guide restaurant

Lou marks

Arles

Meeting of traditional and regional recipes, restaurant gourmet Lou Marquès (renovated in 2014 by M Christian Lacroix) offers a classic, refined and tasty cuisine carefully prepared by our chefs.The restaurant's terrace turns into a bistro in the beautiful days and our garden near the swimming…

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.).

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.

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…

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…

Palao Bistro
Food guide restaurant

Palao Bistro

Arles

Italian restaurant where there are classics of the country of the Sun but very regional specialities unknown to the general public.A warm and smiling at the beautiful Italian accent

Inspirations

Tradition

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The Sun

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The Calanques

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