Graveson - Cuisine de Provence
Fresh seasonal produce, speciality AOC bulls' meat.
Organisation of evening events from 30 people. Takeaway dishes.
Open for lunch only; closed on Saturdays.
- Accessible for disabled
- Public car park, Coach park
Information provided by OT Terre de Provence
13 route De Châteaurenard
- 04 90 95 71 02
Where to stay
Mas à l'improviste
The "Mas à l'improviste" awaits you in the small village of Maillane. This restored farmhouse has 3 luxurious, comfortable rooms and 2 large suites. In addition to lodging, the B and B offers refined meals and a generous breakfast. The Provencal House gives calm and serenity to the patio with…
Mas Du Breuil
Majestic property between Avignon and the Alpilles with a gorgeous gite in part of the main farmhouse (plus gite 110511). Exposed stones on façade and entire ground floor: big living room/eating area (free wood for fireplace), TV/DVD, lounge. Kitchen, scullery. Handicap-accessible bedroom (2…
Camping Premium QualityCamping * welcomes you to the heart of a region rich in heritage and a beautiful site in a warm and friendly with for 116 pitches on a surface of 100 m 2, wooded, grassy and shaded. Pool, paddling pool, snack bar, mobile home, ping pong, volleyball, library.
Dans une demeure de charme noyée dans les feuillages de trois magnifiques platanes, appartement lumineux au 1er étage. Beaux volumes, décoration soignée, très calme, tout confort. Terrasse divine pour les repas et les siestes. Jardin commun et piscine spacieuse. Parking sécurisé. Accès à…
Between Avignon and St Rémy de Provence, at the foot of the Montagnette'hills, beautiful independent renovated farmhouse on 1200 m² of closed area. Secure private swimming pool (12 x 4 - from 01st.05 to the 15th 10), relaxing spaces under the trees in the grass and in the courtyard. On the same…
Things to do
Earl Font de Bernard
Du mois de mai à octobre, nous produisons des fruits que nous vous proposons sur les marchés de producteurs du Vaucluse. Depuis cette année, en automne et au printemps, nous cultivons des légumes en agriculture biologique que vous pouvez retrouver dans les magasins d'alimentation bio de la…
Abbaye Saint Michel de Frigolet
Saint Michel de Frigolet Abbey (12th-14th century), in the heart of the unspoilt landscape of La Montagnette, takes its name from the many thyme bushes ('ferigoulo' in Provençal) that dot the hills. In 1133, a community of St Augustine canons settled in Frigolet; the current heart of the…
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…
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…
Located on the ground floor of the country house, in the Park of the poets. This new space allows to present the best very diverse collections of objects reflecting the past of Eyragues, of the country of Arles, in Provence. Throughout the year the Museum houses temporary exhibitions.
The Montagnette hills
Boulbon, Graveson, Tarascon, Barbentane
La Montagnette is an isolated mountain with well-defined contours, located in the extreme north-west of the department. La Montagnette is a low-altitude mountain (150 m), but with rather steep slopes, particularly on its eastern and western faces where slopes prohibit access by roads. This…
Where to eat
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…
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.
Provence is more than a simple destination, it's a whole way of life!
The Feria, more than just a bull fiesta!
Whether it's served hot with a salad, used to crown a cheese platter, or savoured fresh with honey or olive oil, goat's cheese is an absolute culinary must. Provence's dry, sunny climate is perfect for goat breeding -and that's lucky for us!