Mas de Rey
Arles - Wines
In 2012, Mr and Mrs Cornille realize an old dream by making the acquisition of a vineyard, the Mas de Rey.True to their values, the new wine growers cultivate their 32 hectares of vineyard with passion and respect."The Earth makes you what you give", explains Didier Cornille, owner of Mas de Rey, very attached to the presence of its vineyard.The domain Mas de Rey is characterized by its originality:On the one hand, its privileged location in the heart of the Parc Regional de Camargue, allows it to obtain the appellation Terre de Camargue. And on the other hand, the originality of its grape varieties, the (resulting from a cross between chardonnay and listan) Chasan, Caladoc (resulting from a cross between grenache and malbec) and the (resulting from a cross between cabernet sauvignon and grenache) Marselan, you will discover unique wines.Didier Cornille and his team the Mas de Rey invite you to discover...
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- Private parking, Coach park
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Where to stay
Dans un très beau mas en pierres du XVIIème siècle, en pleine campagne à 8km d'Arles et aux portes de la Camargue, trois gîtes mitoyens (avec les gîtes La Treille et Le Pigeonnier) rénovés avec des matériaux et du mobilier traditionnels de grande qualité. Beaucoup de cachet et un…
Clos Des Oliviers
Furnished house located in a residential area (Trinquetaille) overlooking a shady place. It is surrounded by a garden with a barbecue complete garden furniture.It has upstairs 2 bedrooms (in one bed, 2 single beds in the other, a vast living room (with sofa bed), a kitchen, a bathroom, a separate…
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…
Arles En Gite
A few minutes walk from the historical centre of Arles, right bank, next to the bridge of Trinquetaille, 45 sqm apartment can receive one to five people. On the first floor of a small house Arlésienne stone, entirely restored, quiet and comfortable, overlooking the small flowered patio, it is…
In Camargue, 7 kms from Arles, small gite (studio) on one floor with a private garden of 200m ² and a covered terrace of 25 m². This gite has been designed to allow accessibility for persons with reduced mobility : ramp to enter the house, bathroom with walk in shower, possibility to borrow…
Things to do
Musée départemental Arles antique
Museum of Archaeology, from Prehistory (2,500 BC) until the end of Antiquity (6th century), including the prestigious items found in the Rhône (bust of Julius Caesar, statue of Neptune, etc.) From 6 April to 1 September 2013, the museum will house the 'Rodin, the Light of Antiquity' exhibition…
Roman inspired garden. This garden, a green racecourse, is inspired by writing in the late first or early second century AD by Pline le Jeune! Discover this public space in the form of the Roman circus. You can play (play kit at the front desk of the museum), stroll and relax Roman-style.
The river Rhône
Saintes Maries de la Mer, Port Saint Louis du Rhône, Tarascon, Arles
The Rhone and its delta have not only given their name to the department, but this peaceful and majestic river also forms the backbone of the Bouches-du-Rhone. From Avignon to the Camargue beaches, the river passes through the most authentic Provençal landscapes. Famous for a long time for the…
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Where to eat
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…
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