Mas Baracan

Arles - Wines

On the plateau of la Crau high, between Arles and Fontvieille, Mas de Baracan occupies a privileged place in promontory. On his red land, Mr Morand grows rolle, grenache and syrah grapes which give wines of character, red, pink or white.

  • Pets allowed

Information provided by OT Arles

  • Contact

    Route De Coste Basse
    13200 Arles

  • Phone

    • 04 90 96 40 05
  • Fax

    04 90 49 51 46

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Where to stay

Balechou
Holiday rental

Balechou

Arles

In the heart of the city centre of Arles, in the pedestrian area, the City Break Balechou is an apartment located on the 2nd floor without lift. No possible noise on the 1st floor as the below apartment is unoccupied.The apartment is composed of a living room with open kitchen (4 gas heaters,…

La Pitchoune Des Arenes
Holiday rental

La Pitchoune Des Arenes

Arles

Charming rental on 3 levels, in typically Arles city cottage. Located at 50 building arenas in a very quiet pedestrian street while being at the heart of the historic center.Cosy and renovated you will find all the necessary comfort and a prime location.Sleeping: a bedroom with a bed 140 x 190, a…

La Maison Bleue
Holiday rental

La Maison Bleue

Arles

Charming house in the historical and preservation centre of Arles, close to the Bullring and the Church of the Major. Its privileged location allows to enjoy walk from all historic monuments of the city and events (cultural, markets...).Located at the bottom of a small courtyard where reigns an…

Arles Hideaway
Holiday rental

Arles Hideaway

Arles

Ideally located opposite the Bullring this beautiful duplex of 45 m² for up to 4 people has been recently renovated and equipped for your comfort. The master bedroom has a bed of 160 cm and the mezzanine with a bed of 140 cm. You have access to air conditioning, free Wi-Fi, 2 led 126 cm, stereo…

L ' Arlésienne
Campsite

L ' Arlésienne

Arles

Between Camargue and Provence, this beautiful camping 3 * you welcome and welcomes you until 2 November. On-site: heated swimming pool and paddling pool, playground for children, evening entertainment and service restoration, is thought to make your stay more enjoyable! And to enjoy joys of…

Le Mejean
Holiday rental

Le Mejean

Arles

Accommodation Saint Césaire st located in the historic city center, "Rocket" very quiet and very popular with all the comforts for stay, everything is nearby: shops, restaurants, exhibitions, museums..., you can do everything on foot.In a typical House of Arles, on the 1st floor of the duplex,…

Studio Arlésien
Holiday rental

Studio Arlésien

Arles

The farmhouse is located next to Arles and the Camargue, on a small country road. It offers 2 gites (a 3rd one is under construction) and a caravan. On a large fenced plot with olive groves and green spaces, secured swimming pool (10x5m) from April to September (9h/20h), gym (fitness equipment),…

Le Rossignol
Holiday rental

Le Rossignol

Arles

Studio a room with shower room and WC. Corner kitchenette, bed 140, table ber and office. TV, wardrobe ice, microwave, 2 hotplates, refrigerator etc... Very charming.

Lucien Clergue
Holiday rental

Lucien Clergue

Arles

The campaign in the city : that is what the Clos de l'Isle offers. Not far from the city centre of Arles, but in a quiet area, this XVIIIth century traditionnal Camarguese house proposes 2 beds & breakfasts and 2 gites. The gite Lucien Clergue is located on the 1st floor of the house, with…

Things to do

Aurélie Guillemin
Craftsman

Aurélie Guillemin

Arles

Aurélie GUILLEMIN a réalisé un parcours de 6 ans en école d'art du bijou à Lyon. Forte de la maîtrise des techniques et gestes traditionnels, elle crée son atelier, se libère peu à peu des codes et explore de nouvelles possibilités. Par curiosité, elle franchit le pas vers de nouveaux…

L'Arlésienne
Craftsman

L'Arlésienne

Arles

Creation and hiring of traditional Arlésienne costumes. Wide choice of haberdashery, hosiery and accessories. Legwear, corsets and nightwear for men and women.

Carnet de voyage
Fashion / shopping

Carnet de voyage

Arles

Au cœur du centre historique d'Arles, nous vous accueillons pour vous faire découvrir notre sélection d'articles tout en couleur. Des toiles basques aux couleurs toniques, déclinées en nappes, sets de tables, torchons ... et aussi, des sacs petits et grands. De la terre travaillée dans…

Theatre of Arles
Cultural place

Theatre of Arles

Arles

To subscribe is easy and inexpensive. A subscription includes three minimum shows selected freely in category A, B or C. Two possibilities: individual subscription and the subscription group. Subscriptions can be taken throughout the season, 15 to 40% discount on the prices depending on the…

L'atelier
Craftsman

L'atelier

Arles

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…

Montmajour Abbey
Monument

Montmajour Abbey

Arles

Located at the gates of the city of Arles, the benedictine Abbey of nobleman is an exceptional example of a monument that reflects nearly eight centuries of history and architecture in Provence for a community of 50 to 80 monks consists of several buildings and form a repertoire of Romanesque,…

Bridge Van Gogh
Monument

Bridge Van Gogh

Arles

Named formerly bridge of Langlois time: 19th century Type: public Architecture: engineering status: property of the Tourist Office of the Arles class Monument historic (1988) the name of the staff member responsible to keep it and manipulate it, the 'bridge of Langlois' has acquired world fame…

Théâtre Antique
Monument

Théâtre Antique

Arles

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…

Cloister of St. Trophime
Monument

Cloister of St. Trophime

Arles

Date: 12th-14th century Era: Middle Ages Type: Religious architecture Status: Property of the Town of Arles, listed as a national Historic Monument in 1846 and 1943 and as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981 Saint Trophime Cloister is at the centre of the canonical buildings of the episcopal…

Where to eat

Plaza (La Paillotte)
Cuisine de Provence

Plaza (La Paillotte)

Arles

Restaurant located in the heart of the old Center of the city of Arles.Provence market is found in the kitchen of the Chief Stéphane Gognier, owner of his property since 2002. He loves tasty marriage of regional products, to which he brings his creativity: kitchen tradition and flavor.For lunch…

Garden Cafe - counter Calendal
Cuisine de Provence

Garden Cafe - counter Calendal

Arles

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…

Saint Pierre
Food guide restaurant

Saint Pierre

Arles

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…

Next to the bistro
Food guide restaurant

Next to the bistro

Arles

This is Jean-Luc Rabanel's second star-rated establishment, serving friendlier-priced and more family-style food. The gourmet dishes are crafted with the expertise of one of France's greatest contemporary cooks. Traditional salt cod and stewed chicken take on a whole new lease of life here. The…

Jean-Luc Rabanel workshop
Food guide restaurant

Jean-Luc Rabanel workshop

Arles

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…

Chardon
Food guide restaurant

Chardon

Arles

Thistle is a place of life, exchanging and sharing located in the centre of Arles. This is a restaurant that welcomes chefs in residence, who has so for goal and purpose to evolve constantly renewing.The team of the "Paris Popup" is at the origin of this project who wants to shake up the codes of…

Thyme bar
Table 13

Thyme bar

Arles

Les Milhau are masters in the art of satisfying guests with their charming and relaxed welcome, traditional and faultless home-made Provencal cuisine, a pleasant terrace and reasonable prices. Simple and fuss-free quality.

Hostellerie of the Source
Table 13

Hostellerie of the Source

Arles

Located a few minutes from the centre of Arles, a natural spring ("Source") has been happily bubbling away here since the 19th century in the tree-filled garden, bordering a swimming pool. This Mediterranean oasis, lined with weeping willows and oleander, offers feminine retakes on Provencal and…

Autruche
Food guide restaurant

Autruche

Arles

'Neo-bistro' restaurant with a beautiful terrace in the town centre. Modern cuisine and fresh produce in this 'house' which is starting to make a name for itself.

Inspirations

Paul Cézanne

Paul Cézanne

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.

Garlic

Garlic

It all starts with a crushed clove...

Provencal cuisine simply wouldn't exist without garlic

The pizza

The pizza

When a tourist comes to Marseille, one of the first things they have to eat is the local speciality: Pizza!

Squash

Squash

The Gourmet's New Eldorado

It had all but disappeared from the markets, but then – perhaps as a result of Halloween arriving in France – squash made a big comeback on our stalls just over a decade ago