Fromagerie du Mas Reynaud
Tarascon - Produits laitiers - Fromage
Where to stay
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…
Les Mazets des Roches
The Mazets des Roches, a charming hotel located at the beginning of the west Alpilles, is in a densely wooded domain abouding with squirrels and songs birds. It is in the heart of the most famous places of Provence. A three stars hotel with air conditioning throughout, it offers a relaxing…
Mr Wilzcinski Francis
Saint Etienne du Grès
This ancient farmhouse and home, renovated with patience in the spirit of the past, offers two bright, simple and cheerful bedrooms, with nice bathrooms as well as a brightly coloured studio located in a small detached house. Choose from sun and shade in this flower garden which opens onto a…
Beautiful XVIIth mas in the plain between Tarascon and Arles, between Alpilles and Montagnette. On a 4ha land with swimming pool (12x7m) and pool house (open from 15/04 to 15/10), petanque (bowling) area, shaded terrace of 90 m², enclosed terrace with barbecue of 35 m², tennis table, fishing…
Mas Pitras 2
En Provence, à proximité des prestigieux sites touristiques d'Arles , Avignon et Nîmes. Le Mas Pitras est idéal pour des vacances en famille, au pieds des Alpilles, à quelques kilomètres de la mer et de la Camargue et de la Montagnette, dans un Mas Provençal, à la campagne au calme avec…
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.…
Things to do
Speciality: 'Tarasque', 'Tartarinades' and 'Bésuquettes de Tartarin' (made with chocolate and praline). Exclusive registered trademark. Delicious almond biscuits perfumed with orange and chocolate and filled with crème fraiche are produced as effigies of the monster and mascot La Tarasque ( a…
La Ciergerie de l'Abbaye des Prémontrés
In their Tarascon workshop, the Candle-Makers of the Abbey of the Prémontrés continue to use the skills of the White Fathers of the Prémontrés of Saint Michel de Frigolet Abbey. You can discover two production techniques dating back to the 15th century and passed down by the master…
La ferme de Gratte-Semelle
The magnificent orchards of Gratte-Semelle farm extend between Avignon and Tarascon, opposite the Alpilles and on the slopes of La Montagnette. This agricultural operation is perfectly suited to nature: human intervention without damaging the environment, maintenance and development of secured…
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…
Boutique du Monatère de la Visitation
Situé à l'entrée du monatère de la visitation, un petit magasin propose la production artisanale des Visitandines. Ainsi, on peut acquérir légumes, confitures, miel, tisanes (tilleul et verveine), essence de lavande, confection pour enfants (robes, sorties de bain)produits au sein du…
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…
'Herbes de Provence', the perfume of our sun-baked hills...
What will it be - 'Chichis Frégis' or 'Panisses'?! Make your choice at The Estaque quarter of Marseille.
Olive oil, olive soap and olives with herbs… A fruit you can't do without!
The history of cinema in Provence dates back many years. And similarly to the region's artistic hall of fame, it was inspired by light...
As you may know, the very first moving picture was screened by the Lumière brothers ('Lumière' meaning 'light') on September 21st, 1895 in La Ciotat.