Mouriès - Arènes André Blanc - Provençal Tradition - Dates and program to be confirmed
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OrganiserComité des Fêtes de Mouriès
Mairie de Mouriès
Arènes André Blanc
Rue des Arènes
- 04 90 47 56 58
Where to stay
In the countryside at the foot of the Alpilles, totally independent house on the ground floor, on a fenced area of 2000 m² with secured private swimming-pool (10x4.5 - from April to October). Large living-room / kitchen with lounge area (TV , DVD player, stereo) and fireplace (free first fire),…
Air conditioned studio in the outbuildings of a house that includes gites G910840 and G910839, near the owners' house in the countryside. Fully enclosed property (automatic gate: remote control available). Ground floor: living room/kitchen/BR nook separated by curtain (1 double bed). Shower/WC.…
In the heart of the Alpilles and the natural park, gite situated in the countryside, very well equipped, very bright, adjoining the owners'house. Groundfloor : dining-room/living-room with flat screen TV, kitchen. Store-room. Microwave. Washing-machine. Dishwasher. 1 bedroom with a double bed,…
Recently built house in the typical village of Mouriès. Large enclosed garden. In the heart of the Alpilles Natural Park. Dinner available every day by reservation and bicycle loan on request. 2 bedrooms with a double and 1 single bed. Separate bedrooms with each private terraces (15 m²) with…
Discover Mouriès, the first olive-growing town in France, ideally located between Arles, Saint Remy de Provence and Salon de Provence, in this gite. The gite La Bastide is a large house completely independent with private garden and terrace. On the ground floor : large living room with dining…
Ground floor apartment, adjoining the hosts, 300 m from the centre of Mouriès. Living room with a double sofa bed, equipped kitchen, bedroom with 1 double bed. Shower room, separate toilet. Patio with garden furniture. Private parking space. Heating, water and electricity surcharge in low…
Things to do
Golf Club de Servanes
At the foot of the Alpilles, near Les Baux-de-Provence, the Servanes Golf Club enjoys an unforgettable setting and the benefits of the Open Golf Club Chain on one of the finest 18-hole courses in France. To visit nearby: Saint Rémy de Provence, Les Baux de Provence, Les Saintes Maries de la Mer…
Mas de Gourgonnier
A mi-chemin entre Arles et Salon, un vieux mas du XVIIIe siècle qui cultive l'esprit Nature. La famille Cartier, propriétaire du Mas du Gourgonnier, a adopté la vigne il y a plus d'un demi-siècle. Avec un succès certain : ces vins comptent parmi les références de l'AOP Baux de Provence.…
Moulin à huile coopératif du Mas Neuf
Cooperative mill and old mill shop; old and new fittings: former 'blood press', granite millstone and new continuous production line. Les Beaux architecture constructed in 1626, production of cold-pressed extra virgin Vallée des Baux AOC olive oil.
Domaine de Lauzière
Niché au creux d'un vallon intact des Alpilles, au Sud-Est de la vallée des Baux de Provence, le Domaine de Lauzières s'étend sur 31 hectares de vignes, 25 hectares d'oliviers et 23 de garrigue. C'est de ce fabuleux terroir argilo-calcaire que Christophe Pillon, propriétaire-récoltant, et…
Where to eat
Le Vieux Four
Located in a large, elegant building which has been used successively as an oil mill, a soap factory and the studio of the painter Toni Grand for 30 years. The old stone walls of Les Baux meet the colourful cement tiles. The terrace, shaded by an old plane tree, allows you to enjoy this…
Le Vallon de Gayet
Wood fired grills provide the main specialities of this hotel-restaurant in Mouriès, set on a magnificent estate with pool, shaded terrace and manicured gardens. Served by the fire in the large, rustic dining room in winter, the dishes pay tribute to traditional hearty Provencal fare.
What will it be - 'Chichis Frégis' or 'Panisses'?! Make your choice at The Estaque quarter of Marseille.
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.
A gourmet treat…
Provence has been famed for its candied fruit from time immemorial. In the early 16th century, the region was fairly impoverished. Fruit grew here in abundance, but much of it was lost every year.
This summer fish is the stuff both legends and dishes are made of