Entre Provence Et Camargue
Arles - Holiday rental
Apartment occupying the 1st floor of a quiet and leafy villa... 3 bedroom, living room, dining, kitchen, vicinity 2 of water, 2 WC, Wifi, TV, garage, large garden.Completely renovated.
- Pets allowed
- Private parking
Information provided by OT Arles
- 06 26 96 18 75
Where to stay
The patio of Arles
This old House of the 18th century shipowner, restored in the rules and tradition, is located right bank, near the bridge of Trinquetaille. On the way of St. James, you are 7 minutes walk from the arena and 10 minutes from the train station.Light and airy, it offers sober, elegant and…
The Hôtel Particulier
Located a few metres from the historical city centre of the pretty town of Arles, the particular hotel opens its doors for an idyllic stay in the heart of a verdant region. This mansion dating from the 17th century will delight you with its splendid rooms elegantly decorated in a mix of textures…
Arles Rental 2
In the historical centre of Arles a Hôtel particulier in the 17th century, stone, this apartment in ground floor with independent entrance is perfectly located, close to historical sites, cultural life, in the heart of the city centre for shopping, aperitifs on the terrace and small restaurants.…
Le Flamant Qui Fume
Single-family house on three levels, situated in the neighbourhood of the rocket in the heart of the city in a pedestrian street just steps away from the Rhone.Easy access and free parking nearby."Cosy nest for migratory birds, you stay without pluck you, is our motto!"
Le Mazet 35
Our "typical of Camargue" residence is a model of provencal village.Our accomodations, no. 35 and no. 36 are located in a site of tourism with many activities, all available for tenants. The residence is perfectly closed and secure. Our accomodations, inside this residence have a garden enclosed…
Residence Club of Camargue
Club de Camargue Residence consists of small buildings on the ground floor or floor and offers studios or 2 rooms for 4 people: air conditioning, living room with sofa bed 2 people, TV, kitchen (dishwasher, microwave, washing machine, plates), bathroom with bath or shower and WC (separated in the…
Things to do
In this workshop shop all is made on-site by Lysiane LAURENT and his daughter. Tablecloths, napkins, aprons, small luggage, dresses, skirts are designed and designed with passion in the respect of the Provençal tradition. Listen, you will certainly hear the sewing machine or the sound of…
I create made-to-measure Mireille costumes and the accompanying accessories. I work with passion so that you can take part in Provençal processions. You can choose from different types of lace made from cotton, muslin, tarlatan, cotton tulle and cotton fabric. I offer a large selection of…
The Major coffee
Coffees from the Major adventure lasts since 1935, year of creation of favorable business. Already installed in the historic district of the hauture, two steps from the Church of the Major, the Amphitheatre and the Roman Theatre, the small business provides homes and Arles coffee a product of…
L ' Arlésienne perfumery
For the love of Arles or for the love of perfume? Both, no doubt... Eau d'Arles is undoubtedly inspired by the beautiful Arlésiennes and their extraordinary costumes. The fineness of their elegant outfits can be found in this fragrance, which is fresh, flowery and slightly powdery. A beautiful…
Située au coeur de la vieille ville sur les berges du Rhône, la librairie ACTES SUD vous accueille dans un cadre chaleureux et convivial. Après avoir flâné parmi les rayons, vous pourrez faire vos choix de livres et disques, confortablement installés dans un canapé ou faire appel à nos…
The Bouton d'Or
Bouton d'Or is a handcrafted clothing boutique. This old hosiery from the historical centre of Arles was taken over in June 2013 by two Nanceiennes designers who have turned it into workshop where they sell their production as well as other craftsmen in the region or their knowledge. All proposed…
Space Van Gogh
Garden open and can be accessed freely during the day Former Hôtel-Dieu, also called Hôtel-Dieu-Saint-Esprit. Built in the 16th and 17th centuries, the vast quadrilateral of the Hôtel-Dieu has a two-fold context: a period of prosperity and modernisation by the town on the one hand, and a well…
Where to eat
Next to the bistro
This is Jean-Luc Rabanel's second star-rated establishment, serving friendlier-priced and more family-style food. The gourmet dishes are crafted with the expertise of one of France's greatest contemporary cooks. Traditional salt cod and stewed chicken take on a whole new lease of life here. The…
Simone & Paulette
Simone & Paulette is the encounter of Caroline and Numa, two arlésiens who share the same passion for their city, cuisine and hospitality, and who wish to put their talent and their energy at the service of lovers of Arles.Simone & Paulette, is above all a State of mind. Share happy moments…
Garden Cafe - counter Calendal
The Garden Cafe is a counter of the Calendal offering on the spot or to take light meals: bio bread sandwiches, small dishes simmered in chinaramaiah, soups, salads, while freshness, sweets, selection of teas weddings brothers, capuccino, beers etc...Pause gourmande in the salons of le Calendal…
Thistle is a place of life, exchanging and sharing located in the centre of Arles. This is a restaurant that welcomes chefs in residence, who has so for goal and purpose to evolve constantly renewing.The team of the "Paris Popup" is at the origin of this project who wants to shake up the codes of…
Helena in the kitchen prepares traditional local cuisine, among other specialities such as bouillabaisse, the bourride lotte, aioli and prepared meals of grand mother, restaurant Saint Pierre is located in the city centre of Arles in the District of Trinquetaille, only the Rhone bridge isolates…
Gueule du Loup
There are no bobbins to pull here and no latches to go up. This little house built in 1780 offers no danger to Little Red Riding Hoods all they have to do is choose between the two dining rooms, one facing the ground floor kitchen and the other with exposed stone walls on the first floor. There's…
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.
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.
Happiness is in the lavender field!