The mas de la Fenière
Arles - Hotel - from 77€ €
Located in the heart of the Camargue, Mas de la Fenière will delight you with its charm and its tranquility.We invite you to come and discover our beautiful Provençal building as well as the quality of our regional cuisine.Guests can enjoy at the heart of the Camargue countryside of a great sweetness of life but you can also visit the beautiful Arles, the Baux de Provence, Saint Rémy de Provence or even Avignon. All these wonderful sites being close to our hotel.
- Pets allowed
- Private parking
- Internet access
- Heated swimming pool
Information provided by OT Arles
3201 route De la Crau
- 04 90 98 47 44
04 90 98 48 39
Where to stay
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Things to do
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Where to eat
Mas de la Fenière
Whether you choose the refreshing shade of the mulberry trees or the cosy dining room, Le Mas de La Fenière invites you to explore authentic Provençal and Mediterranean cuisine, with fresh products promising a rich and flavoursome experience. This chef simply adores generous, home-made,…
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Olive oil, olive soap and olives with herbs… A fruit you can't do without!
Art de vivre
Translation our version of the Essex girl…
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.