Mas Des Collines
Fontvieille - Holiday rental
Where to stay
Hôtel Belesso - Restaurant Belvédère Au coeur des Alpilles, dans le village de Fontvieille, se trouve ce domaine hôtel-restaurant 3 étoiles de 38 chambres, un lieu unique avec sa bâtisse construite sur les anciennes carrières de pierre. Son parc de 7000 m², complètement caché des…
Aire du Moulin
Located near the Moulin de Daudet, 500 m from the centre of the village, close to all shopping. In the heart of the regional natural park of the Alpilles, the village of Fontvieille awaits nestled in the hollow of its white stone quarries. Its authentic character of Provençal village, its…
Mas de Lèbre
In the heart of the Alpilles, gite in the countryside, adjoining the owners'farmhouse, on a cereals (rice) and wine concern. Close to the tourist sites, especially the Moulin de Daudet. Ideally situated to discover the Alpilles. Secured shared swimming-pool (11 m x 6 m) from the 15th of june to…
Les Résidences de Virginie
Nous sommes situés dans le coeur du village de Fontvieille, tout près du Moulin d'Alphonse Daudet. Nos mazets sont de plein pied, possèdent chacune une petite terrasse et une cour privée avec un salon de jardin sur un peu plus d'un demi-hectare. Près des Baux de Provence et Saint Rémy de…
Le Clos Du Passant
800 Meters from the village, quiet and in a closed property. Suite for 2 to 4 persons and a bedroom for 2 persons, all comfort, rooms of water and separate toilet, bathrobes and pool towels provided, hairdryer. Pets not allowed. Non-smokers. Access to swimming pool with owners agreement. Private…
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,…
Tonello, located in Arles, is a unique in its field, specialising in two different but complementary areas: the creation of reinforced concrete staircases cast on site and the production and laying of the coating. the laying of poured granite or 'Venetian terrace' flooring and the production…
Aqueduc et Meunerie de Barbegal
The aqueducts, remains of which can still be seen near the Barbegal mill, are a diversion of the 'De Caperon', aqueduct which channelled water from the southern slope of the Alpilles. The construction techniques used for the section before the mill differ from those observed on the route of the…
Mas de l'Ange
The Mas de l'Ange in Fontvieille definitely takes its name from the kindness and hospitality of its owners. In his farm, Mr Monnier produces traditional olive oils, cracked olives, black olives, olive creams, tapenades, jams and his speciality, olive jam, which is available for tasting.
Moulin d'Alphonse Daudet
Built in 1814, the Saint Pierre Windmill ground wheat for a century until 1915. In 1935, the Society of Friends of Daudet's Windmill decided to turn it into a museum dedicated to Alphonse Daudet and containing the poet's works. This windmill has been visible from the outside since 2012, but the…
Where to eat
Hostellerie de la Tour
The years seem to leave no mark on this classic Provencal address. Set at the foot of the Tour des Abbés, this ancient hay barn is home to a hotel-restaurant with pool and garden. An agreeable stop-off, where the chef delights guests with Provencal classics such as aubergine papetons, stuffed…
Au coeur du village, à l'ombre des platanes de la place de l'église, découvrez la cuisine authentique et recherchée du chef Yoann Palmero. Il met un point d'honneur à travailler des produits frais et locaux. Plats faits maison et de qualité, ambiance chaleureuse et conviviale.
Catherine and Jean-Pierre Cote concoct local specialities in the rustic setting of this 18th-century sheepfold. Served by the fire or out on the terrace in summer, treats include the Alpilles lamb roasted with hay from La Crau (AOC), confit young rabbit with olive oil from the Moulin du Mas Saint…
Francis lived happily close beside his tree...
Picked ripe from the tree, figs are simply to die for. They can also be scattered on trays and left to dry in the sun for 3 days: "That's the best way to keep your figs all winter – we serve figs at Christmas as one of Provence's famous 13 Desserts," smiles Jacqueline Honoré.
Traditions, lifestyle, mediterranean cuisine
The sun's rays are warming you through the pine trees, but you will not know if the summer is here until you hear THE CICADAS!
Celebrated at Candlemas, this traditional Provencal biscuit is also a popular sweet treat all year round