Artisanat des tranchées 1914-1918
Châteaurenard - Cultural place
More than 1,000 items from the 1914-1918 war have been brought together in the home of Mme Maryse Dupont. Mme Dupont has a passionate interest in the First World War and has recreated an entire era with her impressive collection of items, each one more amazing than the last, including lighters made from cartridges and coins.
Information provided by OT Terre de Provence
Collection privée de l'artisanat des tranchées 1914-1918
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Where to stay
Le Mas Des Oliviers 1
Very pretty detached gite, quality appointments in a recently built villa. Peaceful, country setting. Restful view of the garden and private pool. Ground floor: kitchen/living room/lounge, big flat screen TV/DVD player, video recorder, radio. WC. 1 bedroom (with 2 twinned 90x200 beds), private…
Meublé 50 m², beaucoup de lumière naturelle. Pièce principale, de couleur vive. Cuisine entièrement équipée. Petite salle d'eau avec douche vitrée, lavabo et WC. Chambre, avec lit à baldaquin queen-size,, bibliothèque, un rideau de mousseline la sépare d'un coin salon.
In the countryside but only 1 km from downtown Eyragues, pretty independent duplex for 2 persons. Another gite and the house of the owners on the same site. Very nice view on the landscape from the property, view on the hillock to the West and the Palace of the Popes in the Northwest.Access to…
The camping site lies at the heart of Provence, about 10km from Avignon, St-Rémy and les Baux. Pleasant, peaceful setting, swimming and paddling pool. 65 pitches of 100 m2 on flat ground, trees, grass and shade, mobile home rental. Open from 15th March to 15th October. " Les micocouliers"…
Contemporary MAS of standing, large kitchen, dining room, stay, salon.2500 m2 garden, swimming pool 15 x 4 heated supplement 35 EUR/animal. EDF according to consumption in low season for pool heating, fresh extra (of the 1st week of September until the 2nd week of June included).
Things to do
Provence Quad Location
Adult and child mountain bike rental. Organisation of quad biking tours and tastings accompanied by a state-certified guide. Discover the Baux de Provence Valley and the Alpilles. Accessible to all with a driver’s license and a minimum of 6 years for passengers. 1-3 hour or half day tours for…
Musée de Région Auguste Chabaud
The Auguste Chabaud Regional Museum presents a permanent collection of works by this Provençal artist from the first half of the 20th century. He was a companion of Matisse and the Fauvists whose subjects included the landscapes of the Alpilles and La Montagnette, everyday life in the villages…
Les Figuières du Mas de Luquet
More than 35 years ago in Graveson, Francis et Jacqueline Honoré decided to bring to life their passion for figs. Their operation specialises in growing and processing this fruit. Jam, nectar, chutney and syrup are just some of the culinary creations which will delight gourmets. Our family-run…
Museum Frédéric Mistral
The poet Frédéric Mistral (1830-1914) lived in Maillane, where he composed all his work; in 1904 he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature. He was also the founder of the Félibrige association. The house where he lived from 1876 until his death on 25 March 1914 has retained the authentic…
Where to eat
LE PRE GOURMAND
It was quite a challenge setting up in the middle of a field! But Christine Fare and Patrick Léonce did it, transforming the ancient family-owned sheepfold into a contemporary-style restaurant set under a cedar timber frame. Christine Fare takes care of the service while Patrick Léonce works…
Located in the centre of Maillane, where author Frédéric Mistral - a fervent defender of Provencal traditions - was born, this is what you could call a "great little place". The owner is warm and welcoming and so is his food. Mistral would have been proud of this tribute to fresh and local fare…
Art de Vivre
The 'Calanques' – Genuine little corners of paradise!
Art de vivre
Translation our version of the Essex girl…
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
Provence "à la mode"