Villa St Joseph
Tarascon - Holiday rental - from 290€ €
In the countryside, surrounded by organic fruit orchards, house divided into 2 parts : the gite on the ground floor and a second appartment upstairs. Flowery courtyard (150 m²) with garden furniture, garage (washing machine).
Kitchen / living room with sofa, flat screen TV, fitted kitchen (oven, microwave, induction hob, dishwasher). 1 bedroom opening onto the courtyard with 3 beds 1 person, 1 bedroom with 1 bed for 2 people (140x190cm). Bathroom. Wc.
Linen and towels provided (included). Electric heating (extra fee : real consumption). Cleaning on request (50 €). Full baby equipment. Tourist tax.
Near the chapel of St Gabriel, ideally located at the entrance of the Alpilles, near Fontvieille, Arles and Tarascon.
- Internet access
Information provided by OT Tarascon
- 04 90 95 70 66
- 06 31 49 16 33
04 90 95 70 66
Where to stay
An ancient oil mill in the heart of Provence. Flower garden and terraces where meals are served. Personalised rooms, some with private terrace. Restaurant: specialties: Provençal and méditerrannéennes flavours, creative and fun cuisine since 1964; we use local produce revealing them in a…
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…
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…
Saint Etienne du Grès
Gîte adjoining the owners' house on a 6 500m² property in the quiet of the countryside of the Alpilles. Gd fl: Kitchen/living rm. 1 twin bedrm. Bathrm with WC. 1st fl: 1 double bedrm. Crib available. Central heating and bed linen included. Private unfenced garden and patio with garden…
The Mas Of Emilia
At the gates of Fontvieille, just 3 minutes from the heart of the village, we will be happy to welcome you in spacious, air conditioned and very individual rooms. Fine shower room, separate toilet. Hearty home made breakfasts are served on the terrace between 8 AM to 10 AM. Enjoy the pool.…
Things to do
Moulin à huile de Bédarrides
Direct oil sales AOC virgin olive oil. The Moulin de Bédarrides, located on the way out of the village, has been producing olive oil since the end of the 18th century. The village of Fontvielle then boasted nine mills. The Bédarrides mill is the only one that survives from this period. It has…
Ferme du Mas des Tours
Discover the joy of real milk, on sale at the farm. The last dairy in the town and the only producer in the region, the family has been breeding dairy cows for six generations. Today, half-way between Saint Gabriel Chapel and the hamlet of Lansac, Jean-Michel Robert has taken over from his…
Domaine de Lansac
Un domaine dont l'histoire épouse celle d'une illustre famille provençale. Quand le vin est une histoire d'amour et de fidélité... A quelques kilomètres de Tarascon, le Domaine de Lansac et ses 40 hectares de vignes produisent des vins de pays qui exprime la puissance d'un terroir de…
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.
Rucher de la Cala Melosa
La Cala Melosa (honeyed hive) is a farm located near the 12th century chapel of Saint Pierre d'Entremonts, where you can watch the hive and the bees at work. From honey extraction to potting, you can follow the different stages of the work of the bee keeper. Bee farmVisit: visit the hive,…
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…
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…
L avis de Gault&Millau sur le restaurant L'Ami Provençal : Elle est bien jolie, l'histoire que Fanny et Yoann Palmero commencent à écrire dans cet écrin de pure Provence. Fontvieille, c'est un village pour Mistral et Daudet réunis, et cette maison sur la placette, prolongée par une très…
When we talk about the South of France, what's the first thing we think of? The MEDITERRANEAN SEA! (and the sun of course – it's all part of the package).
Provence is more than a simple destination, it's a whole way of life!
Aix-en-Provence prides in concocting 'Calisson' candies made with a thin candied melon paste and ground almonds topped with royal icing. Yummy
The history of cinema in Provence dates back many years. And similarly to the region's artistic hall of fame, it was inspired by light...
As you may know, the very first moving picture was screened by the Lumière brothers ('Lumière' meaning 'light') on September 21st, 1895 in La Ciotat.