Domaine de Beaujeu
Arles - Wines
In the heart of the regional natural park of Camargue, at the edge of the large Rhone, the field of Beaujeu slice on the landscape. The dark green squares of its alfalfa, mirrors of water of its rice, rigorous alignment of its vineyards, bordered by majestic hedges of poplars, testify of a love and a respect for the Earth out of the ordinary. The vast expanses of enganes, these meadows of glasswort survivals of the wild Camargue, mark for their respect for traditional landscapes and a real desire to preserve biodiversity.
Information provided by OT Arles
Domaine de Beaujeu
Route du Sambuc
- 09 64 18 90 33
04 90 97 21 58
Where to stay
La Cabane de Gardian
The cabin of the Gardian, building steeped in history at Saint Germain, became in time "make you hunting" then, "The Shepherd's hut" Welcoming several pastoral families. She was able to be reborn in 2014 with its roof in reeds of Camargue, such that wanted me to his original vocation: "The cabin…
In the heart of the Camargue regional park, gite situated in the middle of the nature, in a traditional farmhouse including 2 other gites and the owners' home. Groundfloor : living-room (sofa-bed for 2 pers.) with fireplace (20€for the Œ stere). Kitchen (microwave, washing-machine,…
Le Four à pain
Its name comes from the authentic ever-present bread oven in the main room that reflects a past where many people worked together in the farms of Camargue. Some writings leave suggests that Saint Germain was a monastery, whose main purpose was the cultivation of grain. This cottage can…
MAS of paddy fields
Located 10 minutes from Arles and close to the pond of Vaccarès. In the heart of the Park natural Regional de Camargue, Mas authentic, Camargue, completely renovated in a 3-hectare property with a pool of 12 meters x 5 meters in the Park two bed and breakfast in nature, with views of the rice…
Hazel is an intimate cottage, beautifully appointed, without screws to screw, to relax in nature. His name comes from a young couple of shepherds, Polo and hazelnut, which have occupied in the past when flocks of sheep Merino de Camargue were numerous and present in all mas.It has a comfortable…
In an exceptional environment, the Mas Antonelle has preserved the delicate balance between farming, rice cultivation and conservation. With the authenticity of Camarguese tradition, the owner will welcome you in his 5 gites (13G260303/13G281155/13G791005/13G870822). Ground floor: fitted kitchen.…
Mas Saint Gerain
At the heart of the wild Camargue where we raise horses and bulls, our spacious rooms of 35 m 2 are located on the first floor of the Mas, Monique and Pierre House. From 2 to 5 people, the rooms each have their shower and toilets private. Sheets, towels, wifi and the breakfast are included in the…
Things to do
Hotel Longo Maï
Starting from Arles, take the D36 in the direction of Salin de Giraud. Along the way, you will come across a small village, Le Sambuc and its Longo Maï hotel and restaurant. You can leave your car here and continue by bike. The hotel offers mountain bike or hybrid bike rental by the day, week or…
Domaine Saint Vincent - Mas Valériole
A family estate that combines quality wines with respect for its exceptional natural environment. In the heart of the Camargue, two brothers cultivate the vine and offer white white, bleeding roses and reds to enjoy in the setting preserved an authentic camarguais mas.
Domaine de l'Attilon
The Attilon is located between Crau and Rhône. The operation of the vine on this ancient property dates back to the 17th century. Even legend that St. Louis, departing for the Crusades, rested under the large oak trees in the Attilon.Passionate winemaker, Renaud de ROUX leads the field and has…
Where to eat
A chic-country atmosphere, beautiful people sheltering from the sun under wide straw hats provided by the restaurant, plus an immense flowering garden where many of the organic fruit & vegetables used in the kitchens are grown… How could one resist the charms of La Chassagnette? Chef Armand…
The sun's rays are warming you through the pine trees, but you will not know if the summer is here until you hear THE CICADAS!
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