Manade St Germain
Arles - Producer
Breeding of Camargue bulls and horses. The Vadon family offers one-hour visits to the Mas and its horse-breeding operation in a 4x4. In the evening from 5 pm by appointment. Individuals and small groups only.
- Pets allowed
Information provided by OT Arles
Mas St Germain
- 04 90 97 00 60
Where to stay
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