Where to stay
Hotel restaurant the Flamant Rose L'albaron is situated between Arles and Saintes Maries of the sea in the Department of Bouches du Rhône in the heart of the Park of Camargue.The hotel offers 8 rooms, all equipped, quiet and comfortable in complete harmony with the Camargue spirit.Frédéric…
Charming cottage in an authentic place and nature that can accommodate family or group. Conducive to hiking and discovering the Camargue ecosystem.Spacious, bright, comfortable and well equipped cottage. Close to important tourist places, on-site "Educational House on rice" created by the owners.
Gite of charm and character in old mas. Beautifully appointed, combining tradition and modernity with all the home comforts. 2 rooms available more one in mezzanine. Large terrace in her living room of garden with views of the outdoor courtyard of the farmhouse. Located on the first floor.…
Things to do
Maison du riz
Rice House is a learning place speaking of the evolution of rice when she started in the Camargue to the present day, three spaces have been created: a space devoted to the material specific to rice cultivation, a space dedicated to the grain of rice and its various stages of processing, a corner…
Museum of the Camargue
Museum of the Camargue, nature and Art Society of Camargue, between Rhone and Mediterranean island, has an exceptional environment, fruit of the encounter of freshwater with salt water and human activities that developed there. The regional natural park of the Camargue is designed to protect and…
Where to eat
Brooding over two country-style dining rooms and a shaded terrace, this Pink Flamingo isn't likely to fly away soon. The typical regional menu served to passers-by and hotel guests, focuses on fish, shellfish and bull beef. Guest will glow with pleasure by the fireside in winter.
According to Marcel Pagnol, "if we only judged things by appearances, nobody would ever have wanted to eat a sea urchin"
Celebrating Christmas in Provence with the Thirteen Desserts...
A story that will make you turn to jelly...
As yellow as sunshine and as warm as a winter fireplace... The quince isn't very pretty, but the people of Provence love it. You could even say that a passion has been born between this irregular-shaped fruit, somewhat resembling a dented, rustic pear and our lovers of jams, jellies and pastes.
This summer fish is the stuff both legends and dishes are made of