Of the blessed
Arles - Campsite
Pool, pool for children, playground, bar, restaurant, dishes to take away.Animations in July August vacation for families in mobile homes for 4 people (1 room plus 1 convertible bed in the living room) or 6 persons (2 bedrooms plus 1 convertible bed in the living room). Fully equipped with hot water, refrigerator, WC and bathroom, large living room with dining area. Air conditioned, electricity and gas supplied. Sheets and blankets are not provided. Terrace with garden table and chairs (6 places) wood
- Pets allowed
- Accessible for disabled
- Open air swimming pool
Information provided by OT Arles
- 04 90 98 48 06
04 90 98 37 62
Where to stay
Mas de Gion - Bergerie et Basse Cour
The Mas of Gion is located on 4 hectares of green meadows. Its architecture and its Pebble walls are typical of the Crau. You will discover one of the last hangars built in the Crau pebbles. He was successively a farm, a small cinema for the moulesiens, a stud farm for breeding horses and today,…
HOSTELLERIE of the Source
Hotel restaurant with rooms renovated, quiet and close to downtown less than 3 km.Large garden with flowers and trees with a large outdoor pool.Restaurant choice in a room Camargue decoration or with sunny days by the pool under the weeping willows.Family or couple, relax and rest assured.
L ' Arlésienne
Between Camargue and Provence, this beautiful camping 3 * you welcome and welcomes you until 2 November. On-site: heated swimming pool and paddling pool, playground for children, evening entertainment and service restoration, is thought to make your stay more enjoyable! And to enjoy joys of…
MAS of little paradise
Isabelle and Michel welcome you at Mas of the paradise. Enjoy the Park and the pool during your stay. An organic breakfast is served!The House is located a few minutes from the historical centre of Arles, on the world heritage of UNESCO, shopping malls to 5 minutes. The Alpilles and the Camargue…
Part of farmhouse adjacent to the owners, very quiet, Garden, swimming pool heated (on request from November to March). Passionate of astronomy, the owner offers a free evening of stargazing at the telescope. It can also turn into Father Christmas to bring gifts provided by parents to children.…
Things to do
Camargue mare's milk
In the cradle of the Camargue and la Crau, mussels (commune of Arles) society enjoys a location second to none which allows both the production of mares purebred Camargue and hay de Crau AOC: two essential elements in the development of quality milk.Small family breeding, the Prairie livestock,…
A few minutes from Arles is a remarkable studio which produces 18th and 19th century Provençal-style furniture. Olivier Mélani is a passionate cabinet-maker skilled at working with walnut, beech and even lime. Everything here is reminiscent of our region, from the aroma of the processed wood to…
Le Moulin du Mas de l'Hoste
The mas de L'Hoste is a family farm producing cereal biological and Crau AOC hay. The property now includes 3 domains mas de L'Hoste, aling Tower and the Tapie Saint Léger. Installed since 1989 on the field the STOFFEL family rose from the production of fruits and vegetables with cereals and…
Where to eat
Mas de la Fenière
Whether you choose the refreshing shade of the mulberry trees or the cosy dining room, Le Mas de La Fenière invites you to explore authentic Provençal and Mediterranean cuisine, with fresh products promising a rich and flavoursome experience. This chef simply adores generous, home-made,…
Hostellerie of the Source
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…
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