The barnacles L'abrivado

Arles - Départ de la VC 113 dite de Palunlongue, VC 108, avenue de Camargue, rue de la Verrerie, RD 35A Camargue, rue Anatole France, rue Gambetta, boulevard Clemenceau, boulevard des Lices, boulevard Emile Combes, place Lamartine, rue de la Cavalerie, rue Voltaire, rond-point des Arènes, arrivée aux Arènes. - Provençal Tradition - Le 6 juillet - Free

Created in 1992 by the Committee of the Feria of Arles and the manade FABRE - MAILHAN "The L'ABRIVADO of the BARNACLES" became over the years, make it you must of all the afeciouna of the region, on the morning of the gold rosette.About 15 km long, she went after lunch around 10:30, the mas of the barnacles on the Palunlongue between Gimeaux and Saliers draille to arrive around noon at the arenas of Arles.It is followed by a multitude of enthusiasts by horse, by bike or even running for the bravest. After a journey of Camargue, it crosses the city of Arles along the bridge of Trinquetaille, rue Gambetta, boulevard des Lices, boulevard Emile Combes, place Lamartine, the street of the Cavalry to arrive at arenas. All along its course spectators go to savor this moment of the tradition camarguaise.Start of the so-called VC 113 of Palunlongue, VC 108, avenue of Camargue, rue Verrerie, RD 35 A Camargue, rue Anatole France, rue Gambetta, boulevard Clémenceau, Les Lices, boulevard Emile Combes, place Lamartine, street of the Cavalry, rue Voltaire, arenas, arrived at the Bullring roundabout

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Information provided by OT Arles

  • Organiser

    Manade Mailhan
    Mas du Grand Gageron
    13200 Arles

  • Lieux

    Départ de la VC 113 dite de Palunlongue, VC 108, avenue de Camargue, rue de la Verrerie, RD 35A Camargue, rue Anatole France, rue Gambetta, boulevard Clemenceau, boulevard des Lices, boulevard Emile Combes, place Lamartine, rue de la Cavalerie, rue Voltaire, rond-point des Arènes, arrivée aux Arènes.

  • Phone

    • 04 90 97 00 12
  • Fax

    04 90 97 01 38

  • Website

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Where to stay

Le Mazet 35
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Le Mazet 35

Arles

Our "typical of Camargue" residence is a model of provencal village.Our accomodations, no. 35 and no. 36 are located in a site of tourism with many activities, all available for tenants. The residence is perfectly closed and secure. Our accomodations, inside this residence have a garden enclosed…

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B&B

SCI La Maison Molière

Arles

Large House of 500 m² in the heart of la roquette, private garage, a courtyard with arches, a large living room library and 5 bedrooms en suite (25 m²-35 m²). Air conditioning, wifi, TV in all rooms with beds of 180 x 200.The House can to privatize these bed and breakfasts are "Bed and…

Le Gite De Monplaisir
Holiday rental

Le Gite De Monplaisir

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Cottage new, in a contemporary style, composed a very bright living room opening onto the large covered terrace facing South, with sofa BZ, bed 140, open kitchen (dishwasher), bathroom with toilet, mezzanine bedroom bed 140, plenty of storage.Services: shady garden with barbecue and sun…

Mas du Petit Poun
Holiday rental

Mas du Petit Poun

Arles

A 7 kms d'Arles, tournant le dos à la voie rapide (N113), mas donnant sur les prés. Petites routes idéales à parcourir en vélo et permettant de rejoindre Arles. Entièrement en rez de chaussée, et disposant d'une cour/terrasse ombragée par un beau tilleul et privative fermée, gîte…

La Maison Arlésienne - appartement 1er étage
Holiday rental

La Maison Arlésienne - appartement 1er étage

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This fully renovated apartment is located in the heart of the historic centre of Arles, between the Arenas and Forum Square. All amenities are in close proximity but the environment is very quiet. It is located on the first floor of a small building.Functional and well equipped, you can stay…

Villa Laure
B&B

Villa Laure

Arles

Nearby Arles, Camargue, Alpilles and Provence. Easy road access. Bus nearby. Free parking. Close to small neighborhood businesses. Located 2km from the city centre and 1.5 km of the Luma Foundation. The countryside to the city, free parking!Three guest rooms to rent in charming, with flowery…

Le Belvedere
Holiday rental

Le Belvedere

Arles

The Belvedere, your Arles stay in heart of the old city, in a completely renovated House of charm of the eighteenth century.Studio + 2 terraces with view on the Rhone and old town, for 2 people. An unforgettable stay.

Mas Du Petit Fourchon
Holiday rental

Mas Du Petit Fourchon

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We will be happy to welcome you during your stay, in a farmhouse of the XVII th century completely restored on an area of 40 hectares.Its 23 three hundred year old plane trees will bring you a pleasant freshness in the summer.A heated pool is at your disposal.We offer you peace, quiet and the…

Le Pitchounet
Holiday rental

Le Pitchounet

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Apartment on the ground floor of 30 m2 for 2 people with terrace, 10 minutes from the city center, the LUMA Foundation and the school of photography.

Things to do

Sud Labo en Provence
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Sud Labo en Provence

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Your photo lab offers since the 2015 winter sale of santons. Carbonel, Escoffier, Arterra. You will find everything necessary to carry out the traditional Provençal crèche.

Arlette Multishop
Fashion / shopping

Arlette Multishop

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Arlette est le Colette arlésien. Autrefois installé dans Le Magasin de Jouet (drôle de nom pour une galerie d'art), les jolies collections ont pris leur envol vers la rue de la Liberté. Les marques les plus pointues sont au rendez-vous : Kulte, Le Slip Français, les bijoux Alpha Beta ou…

Léon
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Léon

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The Marshall district
Site

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Arles

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Sya Bijoux
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Sya Bijoux

Arles

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Place du Forum
Site

Place du Forum

Arles

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Table 13

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Saint Pierre
Food guide restaurant

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Galoubet
Food guide restaurant

Galoubet

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Thyme bar
Table 13

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Food guide restaurant

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Food guide restaurant

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Food guide restaurant

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Inspirations

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The Feria

Tradition

The Feria, more than just a bull fiesta!

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