Office de Tourisme de Châteaurenard

Châteaurenard - Tourist office

At the foot of the hill and its majestic castle, Châteaurenard, a "market gardening town", houses its 15,000 inhabitants, while retaining the friendliness and tranquillity of a small Provençal town. Also, it is an ideal holiday resort in the heart Provence.
Châteaurenard cultivates history!
History is carved in capital letters into the stones of the 13th and 15th century feudal castle, ancient fortress of the Counts of Provence, or drawn into the grooves of the market gardening landscape. From its towers, it offers a panoramic view of the Arles Provençal land. Visitors can admire the Durance valley, the Popes' city and the Ventoux, Alpilles and Luberon mountains.
Its wealth today comes from working the land and knowledge of ancient irrigation. In an effort to preserve its heritage, the Agrarian Tools Museum shares this rural heritage.
History is magnified by authentic traditional festivals that punctuate the seasons. The Christmas Market and the Santons Fair animate the beginning of winter. Florissim'art, the flower and arts market, celebrates the return of spring. Different bullfighting events from spring to autumn satisfy both discerning aficionados and curious neophytes. From July to September, carts pulled by 60 horses symbolise the living heritage and traditions of Châteaurenard.
In addition to quality accommodation at the gateway of the major Provençal tourist sites, such as Avignon, Aix-en-Provence, Arles and Marseilles, Châteaurenard offers many activities including walks, horse-drawn carriage rides, a swimming pool, tennis courts, other sports fields, outdoor activities including a trial mountain biking area, fitness trails and orienteering.

  • Pets allowed
  • Accessible for disabled
  • Public car park
  • Tourisme Handicap : Mental
  • Tourisme Handicap : Visuel
  • Tourisme Handicap : Auditif
  • Tourisme Handicap : Moteur
  • Ville fleurie : 2 fleurs

Information provided by OT Châteaurenard

  • Contact

    20 cours Carnot
    13160 Châteaurenard

  • Phone

    • 04 90 24 25 50
  • Fax

    04 90 24 25 52

  • Website


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Where to stay

Akena City

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This hotel and traditional building offers 30 spacious, comfortable and well soundproofed rooms. All rooms are equipped with bathroom, TV, telephone. rooms for the disabled, smoking and non smoking rooms, internet. Terrace and closed parking.

Things to do

Distillerie Frigolet liqueur

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Musée des outils agraires

Musée des outils agraires


In the heart of this old centre located in a house made of exposed stonework, the Museum of Agricultural Tools recounts the development of agriculture in our region thanks to irrigation. Visitors can discover a varied collection of restored old tools used for growing cereals, vines and…

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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.