Manade Jacques Bon
Arles - Family recreation
In the heart of Camargue, the Bon family welcomes you to its 550-hectare estate of land divided into rice fields and pasture land for Camargue bulls and horses. Three exceptional spaces are dedicated to relaxation and business tourism: La Bergerie, the 'Le b', lounge bar of the Mas de Peint and the Cabano Dis Ego and its 1,000-seat arenas.
- Accessible for disabled
- various Parking, Coach park
Information provided by OT Arles
Where to stay
The hotel Restaurant "Longo Mai" offers the opportunity to stay in Camargues, in pleasant surroundings, near the horses, Bulls, and more than 350 species of birds in our beautiful region.The 16 rooms, bright, comfortable and spacious.Home cooking, is prepared with care.Local products are prepared…
Mas de Peint
In the heart of the Camargue wild and secret, this elegant Mansion from the 17th is a subtle compromise between the friendliness of a guest house and a boutique hotel. The rooms are beautiful and comfortable, authentic cuisine, exceptional hospitality. And 500 ha for Gallop in freedom.
Les Gites Du Vieux Mas 2
Fully air-conditioned adjoining cottages.On the ground floor a kitchen living room with dishwasher, fridge, washing machine, cooker, convertible, TV TNT.At floor 2 bedrooms, one with a 140 bed, one with 2 beds in 90, bathroom.The outside garden with terrace and pool, garden furniture and barbecue.
Les Gites Du Vieux Mas 1
Fully air-conditioned adjoining cottages. On the ground floor a kitchen living room with dishwasher, fridge, washing machine, cooker, convertible, TV TNT.The first floor, 2 bedrooms, one with a bed 140, one with 2 beds in 90, bathroom.The outside garden with terrace and pool, garden furniture and…
Le Gite Du Vigueirat
Véronique and Jean Pierre, offer to do pause Provence to the House of the Vigueirat rated 4 * by Bouches du Rhône tourism, near Arles, city historical heritage exceptional.This House of the seventeenth century, at Mas-Thibert, on a private land of 3 hectares with trees, has retained all its…
Le Mas Blanc de Boisviel
Ideally located in the heart of the Regional Natural Park of Camargue, 15 minutes from the center of Arles and close to the main sights and beaches, our home opens its doors for the first time in 2017.A completely restored place that nature and history make it unique and magical.We offer various…
Things to do
The Tour du Valat biological station
The Tour du Valat Biology Station was created in 1954 by Luc Hoffmann. An independent organisation, the Tour du Valat was declared a non-profit foundation in 1976. Its purpose is to promote and contribute directly to the conservation of the Mediterranean wetlands. The central part has been…
Manade Jacques Bon
In the heart of Camargue, the Bon family welcomes you to its 550-hectare estate of land divided into rice fields and pasture land for Camargue bulls and horses. Three exceptional spaces are dedicated to relaxation and business tourism: La Bergerie, the 'Le b', lounge bar of the Mas de Peint and…
Domain Isle Saint Pierre
The vineyard of the Isle St. Pierre, creates in 1927 is managed by the 3rd and 4th generation of a family of winemakers who has always been sensitive to its environment. This vineyard is located on an island in the Rhone River in the heart of the Park of Camargue, Mas-Thibert, between Arles and…
Where to eat
Restaurant open every day for lunch, except Saturday, closed the evening.Kitchen type Provencal, the Manager uses the local products (aoc Camargue Bull, rice, organic vegetables, origin of the garden of the Chassagnette in summer season, Mediterranean fish, crayfish of Camargue,...)Reception of…
Mas de Peint
The Mas de Peint is typical of the Camargue in all its splendour. The Bon family runs this 550 hectare estate, showcasing the specialities of the Provence salt meadows. The dishes, prepared with care featuring local produce, taste so much better in the old farm kitchen, or by the log fire in the…
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.
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
Villages the world over envy us!
Provence "à la mode"