Arles - Holiday rental - from 320€ €
Lodging located in the Residence of holiday Fontenelle 7 km from Arles in the village of Raphèle. The area of Fontenelle has two swimming pools, children's games, ping-pong, barbecue and boules. This piece of tourism has its garden and private parking. Two steps from the pool, it allows to spend a holiday in a cam environment and secure. Access to the pool and the playground for children is through pedestrian path.
- Pets allowed
- Private parking
- Swimming pool
Information provided by OT Arles
- 06 03 03 24 95
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Where to stay
Mme et M. DOUMENC
Saint Martin de Crau
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