Domaine de Lansac
Tarascon - Wines
Un domaine dont l'histoire épouse celle d'une illustre famille provençale. Quand le vin est une histoire d'amour et de fidélité... A quelques kilomètres de Tarascon, le Domaine de Lansac et ses 40 hectares de vignes produisent des vins de pays qui exprime la puissance d'un terroir de caractère et la typicité d'un encépagement ancien. Des vins qui invitent inévitablement à un somptueux voyage dans le temps.
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Information provided by OT Tarascon
Domaine de Lansac
- 04 90 91 38 38
04 90 91 38 38
Where to stay
Pretty, self-contained gîte adjoining the owners' farmhouse on a working fruit farm. Close to Arles, the Camargue and Les Baux de Provence. 1st fl: kitchen/living rm with fireplace (wood charged for), 1 bedrm with 3 single beds and 1 twin bedrm, bathrm, WC. Child's bed and high chair available.…
At an equal distance from Arles-Avignon-Nîmes, 45 minutes from the Mediterranean sea and its sunny beaches, the Tartarin camping site lies at the heart of Provence, along the river Rhône, at the foot of the Roi René castle. Cyril and his family welcome you to a shaded setting full of flowers.…
Une petite boutique, style chambre d'hôtel qui se présente d'une manière agréable. La décompression et le confort, tout en restant à la page. Outre de merveilleuses chambres modernes, nous proposons un coin salon spacieux et une attachante pièce avec cheminée et bar. Le jardin ressemblant…
Villa St Joseph
In the countryside, surrounded by organic fruit orchards, house divided into 2 parts : the gite on the ground floor and a second appartment upstairs. Flowery courtyard (150 m²) with garden furniture, garage (washing machine). Kitchen / living room with sofa, flat screen TV, fitted kitchen (oven,…
At the foot of the Alpilles, in the midst of a tourist region, 10 minutes from Baux-de-Provence, Arles and Saint-Rémy-de-Provence. In a former coach house offering a family welcome. Evening dances. Trampoline, swing and fun get fit material at swimming pool. Petanque pitch. Shared barbecue.…
Charming family hotel, close to the village centre, to shops and to the train station. Andrew and Laurence provide a warm welcome, personalised and attentive, in a family atmosphere. 17 tastefully decorated rooms, renovated and bright in pleasant and quiet settings. In good weather, relax on the…
Things to do
Chapelle Saint Gabriel
On the ancient site of Ernaginum, at the crossroads of the Via Agrippa and the Via Domitia, which later became a mediaeval stronghold, the 12th century Saint Gabriel Chapel and the former 13th century Château still testify to the site's prestigious past. A masterpiece of southern Romanesque…
Domaine du Grand Fontanille
Saint Etienne du Grès
Entourés de pinèdes et de chênaies, les vignobles du Domaine du Grand Fontanille jouissent d'un environnement où dominent les senteurs d'herbes aromatiques, tels le thym, le romarin et l'origan, où s'élève en été le chant quasi assourdissant des cigales et où règne en hiver un silence…
The Souléiado Museum was created in a private mansion which housed an Indian printing site from 1806. This society museum combines the history of our Provence with the traditional production of cotton fabrics. There are printed textiles with colourful motifs known as 'Indian textiles', which are…
Rue du Château
Located close to the mediaeval fortress of King René, the Rue des Halles, near the Jewish quarter and the Hôtel de Ville, contains some superb 16th and 17th century buildings. Take the time to stroll along this magnificent mediaeval street which is still just as charming as ever!
Place Alexandrine Bremond
In memory of its poetess, the town of Tarascon erected a statue in her honour and named one of its squares after her. Elisabeth 'Alexandrine' Brémond (29 October 1858, Tarascon - 22 June 1898), better known by the name of Brémonde de Tarascon, was a Félibran poetess. The recurrent themes of…
Where to eat
Master restaurateur Christian Chay takes pride in perpetuating a family tradition dating back to 1945. His lovingly-prepared cuisine is also a tribute to regional culinary customs, although the sun-packed flavours have evolved with the times. The dishes here provide an explosion of Provencal…
Les Mazets des Roches
At the western point of the Alpilles, between Tarascon and Fontvieille, you will find a 13-hectare estate hidden from view, 200 m from the 12th century Saint-Gabriel Chapel: Les Mazets des Roches. 3-star hotel listed in several guide books. Satellite. Organisation of seminars, banquets, family…
Francis lived happily close beside his tree...
Picked ripe from the tree, figs are simply to die for. They can also be scattered on trays and left to dry in the sun for 3 days: "That's the best way to keep your figs all winter – we serve figs at Christmas as one of Provence's famous 13 Desserts," smiles Jacqueline Honoré.
It was born in the mid-Nineties but originates from the city's infamous reputation since the early 20th century.
In a sauce or salad, red is the colour!
Not having qualifications doesn't mean your life is ruined
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