Le Petit Saint Hervan
Tarascon - B&B - from 90€ €
Bercé par le chant des cigales et des oiseaux, le Petit St Hervan est situé en campagne, Vous y trouverez calme et repos autour d'une piscine dans un écrin de verdure.
- Private parking
- Swimming pool
Information provided by OT Tarascon
Mme Francine HELLY-MONTIGNAC
1517 route De Bulbon
- 04 90 43 50 38
- 06 84 96 10 50
Where to stay
At the foot of la Montagnette, South of Avignon, farmhouse in stones, in the countryside but close to all amenities. Accomodation fo character, with a refined decoration and equipment of high quality. Private swimming pool (16 m x 4 m), from Easter to 1st of november, protected by alarm. Pond…
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Mas des Comtes de Provence
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Things to do
Rue du Château
Located close to the mediaeval fortress of King René, the Rue des Halles, near the Jewish quarter and the Hôtel de Ville, contains some superb 16th and 17th century buildings. Take the time to stroll along this magnificent mediaeval street which is still just as charming as ever!
La Ciergerie de l'Abbaye des Prémontrés
In their Tarascon workshop, the Candle-Makers of the Abbey of the Prémontrés continue to use the skills of the White Fathers of the Prémontrés of Saint Michel de Frigolet Abbey. You can discover two production techniques dating back to the 15th century and passed down by the master…
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Chèvrerie du Mas Doutreleau
With the return of the beautiful days the goatherds l'autobus the doors of their cheese.The kids were born and goats have milk again. It's time to find the good taste of the goat cheese.They arrive in force on the market. MAS Doutreleau, Claudine Malbosc Espigue amounts 45 goats Alpine, fed Crau…
Musée d'Art et d'Histoire
Le musée d'art et d'histoire accueille une exposition thématique autour de la Résistance et de la Déportation d'Arles et du pays d'Arles pour les semaines de la mémoires - parcours de résistances (Pays d'Arles/1940-1944) jusqu'au 31 mars 2018. A partir du 22 février, le musée abrite le…
Where to eat
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