Saintes Maries de la Mer - Holiday rental - from 403€ €
On a Camarguese farming concern, three gites of character in the main building (others gites : G28 and G29), on the edge of the Étang du Vaccarès. Farmhouse dating from the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries. Bull breeding, property on the areas of Arles and Saintes Maries de la Mer. Cereal farm. Ground floor : Kitchen. Microwave. Washing-machine. Dishwasher. Large dining-room/living room, TV, fireplace (wood : 20€/week). Shower-room/toilet. Upstairs : 1 mezzanine (2 single beds, one in 110 cm), 1 communicating bedroom (2 single beds in 100 cm) in the watchtower. Central heat (80€/week). Baby-bed. Terrace of 20 sq.m. Shared courtyard. Swing set. Parking. Safe. Cleaning on request (40€). Pets allowed with a deposit of 50€ and an additional fee of 15€ per animal per day. Dogs must be kept on lead. Proof of insurance and vaccination must be shown at arrival. You also have to collect the dejections.
- Swimming pool
Information provided by OT Arles
- 04 90 85 45 00
04 90 85 88 49
Where to stay
Sur un grand domaine agricole camarguais, ce gîte est un pavillon de chasse du XIXe siècle, mitoyen à un autre gîte, au milieu des terres d'élevage et de céréales, en bordure de l'étang du Vaccarès (Arles Centre 22 kms - Stes Maries 44 kms). Elevage de taureaux Camargue. A environ 1 km,…
Things to do
Capelière - National Nature Protection Society - Camargue national reserve
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