Arles - Greed, Greediness
Craft glacier, specialty ice cream with olive oil. Only natural ingredients
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9 rue Du Docteur Fanton
- 04 90 93 30 76
Where to stay
At Mia Casa
In the heart of the historic centre, House of hosts of charm and location of courses, retreats creative, artistic/cultural stays and workshops parents - children. Residence of author and artist.Large guest rooms and family suite, decorated according to Van Gogh and offering the convenience of…
Bed and breakfast in quiet, at the edge of the Rhône at 5 minutes walk from the city centre of Arles. A lovely room with double bed, a large living room with sofa bed, billiards, darts, TV, fridge, coffee maker, kettle, Wifi, dishes...Garden equipped with a barbecue, a griddle, table tennis,…
Welcome to the Brit Hotel Acacias, our hotel in Arles welcomes you for your stay in a city with inexhaustible historical wealth.Ideally located between the arena and train station, our hotel welcomes you daily from 7:15 to 22: 00. For your convenience, a luggage room and a safe are at your…
Hotel Première Classe 1 star with rooms with shower, WC, television and free Wifi.A hotel that can accommodate 2 adults and 1 child or 3 adults without extra charge. (room with a double bed and a trundle bed).Small rooms with all the comfort shower and WC (narrow certainly but convenient), TV,…
Apartment of 45 m² in area very quiet of Arles, quai Saint Pierre at Trinquetaille with a splendid view over the Rhône and the arugula, opposite the Museum of the Foundation Van Gogh, Act South and 3 minutes walk from the city centre.Possibility to rent bikes.Baby is welcome, high chair and…
Things to do
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…
Date: End of the first century BC Era: Antiquity Type: Public cultural architecture Status: Property of the Town of Arles, listed as a national Historic Monument in 1840 and a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981. The Roman Theatre of Arles, which preceded its famous neighbour the amphitheatre by a…
Colors of Arles - The shirts of the gardian
This small family business has made a specialty of Gardian clothing, these guardians of Camargue manade: how Indian shirt, black velvet jackets, trousers in "Mole skin" adorned on the side with a thin black lace skirts covered... Models, the colors of Camargue and Provence, are entirely…
Leon discovers the world crafts and jewellery by chance from a meeting in adulthood, at the meeting. He then began a new life with the desire to learn this new job that passionate about. In 2000, he established his shop and joined the exclusive club of 12 ecaillistes craftsmen of the meeting.…
The baths of Constantine
Date: 4th century era: ancient Type: Architecture of sports and recreation status: property of the historic city of Arles (for the clear part) class Monument (1840) the Unesco World Heritage (1981) characteristic Expression of Roman civilisation, the baths were one of the most common public…
Mosaicist formed in conventional techniques of the school of Ravenna, Nathalie Fieno Gets the Medal of the city of Paris in 2006 (echelon vermeil), for the quality of his work and his degree of master craftsman in 2009.His expertise allows him to implement conventional such as enamels, marble…
Where to eat
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…
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…
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…
Best Western Hôtel Atrium
Discover the BEST WESTERN hotel Atrium restaurant in Arles: taste totally reinvented Provencal cuisine, which offers Mediterranean accents and sunny plates. The pastry chef, meanwhile will delight the most gourmet palate...And to taste our dishes as it should, you will have the choice between our…
Meeting of traditional and regional recipes, restaurant gourmet Lou Marquès (renovated in 2014 by M Christian Lacroix) offers a classic, refined and tasty cuisine carefully prepared by our chefs.The restaurant's terrace turns into a bistro in the beautiful days and our garden near the swimming…
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…
Jean-Luc Rabanel workshop
Every gourmet knows his name: Jean-Luc Rabanel is one of the stars of French gastronomy and a major personality, who has been tending to his kitchen garden for over 30 years. A master of vegetables, spokesman for organic produce and pioneer of the "locavore" local food trend, this chef transcends…
With classroom chairs and shared tables, the décor is, naturally, reminiscent of childhood canteens. The rest is more state-of-the-art: the reasonably-priced menu is the work of a Michelin-starred chef (Armand Arnal, of La Chassagnette), in a converted industrial building (the former SNCF…
Celebrating Christmas in Provence with the Thirteen Desserts...
The Feria, more than just a bull fiesta!
The forerunner of modern art, Cézanne is fittingly celebrated today in his home town of Aix-en-Provence, magnificently portrayed in his work. For the last 40 years, this illustrious painter has been setting the pace for the region's artistic life.
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.