Mas de Peint

Arles - Food guide restaurant

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 large dining room. Apart from the great restaurant and charming rooms, this outstanding establishment has some unique spaces for hire: the 750m² "Bergerie", "La Cabano dis Ego", and a bullring with lighting and a sound system that holds 1000 people. Bring on the local bull events!

  • Pets allowed
  • Accessible for disabled
  • Private parking, Coach park
  • Wifi
  • Swimming pool
  • More than 35€
  • Tables 13
  • Maître restaurateur
  • Champérard : 14 sur 20
  • Bottin Gourmand : Valeur sûre
  • Gault-Millau
  • Michelin : Bon standing. Nos plus belles adresses

Information provided by OT Arles

  • Contact

    Le Sambuc
    13200 Arles

  • Phone

    • 04 90 97 20 62
  • Fax

    04 90 97 22 20

  • Website

Nearby

  1. Longo may

    Hotel

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  2. Manade Jacques Bon

    Ranch

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  3. Mosaique

    Holiday rental

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  4. Domain Isle Saint Pierre

    Wines

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Where to stay

Le Platane
Holiday rental

Le Platane

Arles

At the heart of Camargue, near Vaccarès pond towards Salins de Giraud, large farmhouse offering 4 gites and 2 rentals. The hamlet of Sambuc has a small grocery store, a restaurant and a café. Common areas for the six rentals : area to play petanque (bowling), parking, children playground and…

Longo may
Hotel

Longo may

Arles

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…

Mosaique
Holiday rental

Mosaique

Arles

Detached house, large garden, parking, kitchen living room, comfortable, 2 bedrooms with wardrobe and bed in 140 and 160 new.

Things to do

The Tour du Valat biological station
Eco-museum

The Tour du Valat biological station

Arles

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
Ranch

Manade Jacques Bon

Arles

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
Wines

Domain Isle Saint Pierre

Arles

It was in 1927 that Mr Pierre Chassaing wine merchant in Paris and grandfather of Mr Patrick Henry, current owner-operator, creates the domain. He plant the vine and created a flock of sheep.In 1972, Patrick and Marie Cécile undertake to renew the vineyard. The vineyard extends now, over 170…

Where to eat

Estrambord
Cuisine de Provence

Estrambord

Arles

Restaurant open every day for lunch; closed evenings. Provençal cuisine; the chef uses regional produce (Camargue AOC bulls' meat, rice, organic vegetables from the La Chassagnette garden in summer, fish from the Mediterranean and crayfish from Camargue). Groups preferred during the week. The…

Inspirations

The bouillabaisse of Marseille

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Terroir

The Sea Urchin

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Tradition

The Three Kings Cake

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More inspirations

Serving tourism

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The best of the destination

So that everyone’s hopes and tastes are catered for, Bouches-du-Rhône Tourisme promotes must-see destinations which take visitors off the beaten track, using its deep understanding of the area and its neutral role as a non-profit organisation.