Tarascon - B&B
Chambre chez l'habitant dans une maison de ville située au coeur de Tarascon dans une petite impasse calme.
Commerces et transports à proximité.
- Public car park, Garage Bike
Information provided by OT Tarascon
M. et Mme Jean MARCHAL-PREVEL
Rue Emile Zola
1 impasse De l'Organiste
- 07 78 87 54 11
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…
Bénéficiant d'une terrasse bien exposée ainsi que d'une vue sur le jardin, Fortunette vous accueille à Tarascon, en Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur, à 20 km d'Avignon. Proche des Alpilles, de la Montagnette qui abrite l'Abbaye de Saint Michel de Frigolet et de la Camargue, de Arles et Nîmes…
Gite situated in the oldest part of a rustic, Provencal farmhouse surrounded by orchards. Just 15 km from Avignon and Arles and 20 km from Saint Rémy de Provence. Very centrally located for visiting tourist sites. Ground floor : little kitchen. Microwave. Washing-machine. Dishwasher. Large…
Charming family hotel, close to the village centre, to shops and to the train station. Andrew and Laurence provide a warm welcome, personalised and attentive, in a family atmosphere. 17 tastefully decorated rooms, renovated and bright in pleasant and quiet settings. In good weather, relax on the…
Things to do
Place Alexandrine Bremond
In memory of its poetess, the town of Tarascon erected a statue in her honour and named one of its squares after her. Elisabeth 'Alexandrine' Brémond (29 October 1858, Tarascon - 22 June 1898), better known by the name of Brémonde de Tarascon, was a Félibran poetess. The recurrent themes of…
Les 7 épis bio
Tous les pains de la boulangerie des 7 épis sont au levain, réalisés avec des variétés anciennes de blés de culture biologiques et cuits au feu de bois: seigle,sarrasin, khorasan,epeautre de Provence etc. Fougasses Provençales, petits sablés maison, croissants, pains au chocolat bio,…
Château de Tarascon
The imposing fortress of Tarascon stands like a sentinel overlooking the waters of the Rhône. During the Middle Ages, the château was located on the border of the County of Provence, opposite Beaucaire and French territory, and gave the impression of defence. Louis II, Duke of Anjou and Count…
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…
L'Antre de la Tarasque
The cave of the Tarasque can be found at 15 bis, Rue des Halles, under the arches of this Middle Age road. The Tarasque we see here is a 20th century mobile Tarasque; it is the one still brought out today for the racing games during the Tarasque festivals on the last weekend in June. When King…
Château de Roussan
Saint Rémy de Provence
This château is located at the western exit from Saint Rémy de Provence, on the road to Tarascon. Its first known owner was Captain Bertrand de Nostredame, brother of Michel de Nostredame. The Mas de Roussan was later transformed by Melchior- Jacques de Joanis, (adviser to the King), husband of…
Where to eat
Master restaurateur Christian Chay takes pride in perpetuating a family tradition dating back to 1945. His lovingly-prepared cuisine is also a tribute to regional culinary customs, although the sun-packed flavours have evolved with the times. The dishes here provide an explosion of Provencal…
'Savon de Marseille', how to tell the real from the fake
Thanks to the huge success of bands such as IAM and La Fonky Family, Marseille has earned its status as one of France's foremost rap capitals. Hoisted to heritage status in this city known for its gift of the gab, the movement has propelled a new generation of signature names to the front of the scene: the heirs have arrived.
The history of cinema in Provence dates back many years. And similarly to the region's artistic hall of fame, it was inspired by light...
As you may know, the very first moving picture was screened by the Lumière brothers ('Lumière' meaning 'light') on September 21st, 1895 in La Ciotat.