Office de Tourisme de Graveson
Graveson - Tourist office
"Do not skim over Provence, dive straight in!" Graveson, in the heart of Provence, aims to satisfy all your senses...
- Sight through works by Auguste Chabaud exhibited at the Regional Museum and Member of the Graveson Artists Association.
- Smell through the Scents and Fragrance Museum.
- Taste through fig jams at Mas de Luquet or food in the village’s restaurants. The Magali Cellar's wines fulfil these three senses.
- Touch through the surprising Muriel M Provençal fabrics or the beautiful Rozé figurines. The farmers market will awake all your sense, its colours, perfumes and the quality of the wonderful and delicious local products.
- Sound through a visit to Graveson centre where you can here the whisper of the Rubin.
- Pets allowed
- Accessible for disabled
- Public car park
Information provided by OT Terre de Provence
Bureau d'Information Touristique de Graveson
41 cours National
- 04 90 95 88 44
Where to stay
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.
Mme et M. Crouzet
Set apart from the village, on the road to Saint Rémy, a long drive lined with plane trees leads the guests to a 17th century Mas facing the Alpilles, where Eve, David and Lucie offer you a simple welcome. Independent fully equipped kitchen for your use, garden furniture.
Mas de la Luna
Elegant property with a park of one hectare wooded and planted with olive trees. Recently renovated, it offers luxury, calm and intimacy, 5 beautiful air-conditioned rooms, 5 bathrooms. Long pool, pool house equipped with a summer kitchen allowing you to enjoy the outdoor spaces day and…
Mas De Rey
In the countryside between Avignon and St Rémy de Provence, former renewed mas with 3 rooms with independent entrance. You will like the terrace shaded by plane tree, the rose garden in front of parking lot, the swimming pool (enclosed - 10x5 m - of 10/05 in 10/09) with its fountain, without…
Things to do
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…
Bamboo in Provence
A bamboo plantation 4,5 ha to discover through a course arrow in a collection of bamboos and the freshness of a vegetal tunnel. A wide variety of trees and flowering shrubs give a bloom year-round, accompanied by a panel of grass. Pools with a collection of water plants and water lilies brightly…
Artisanat des tranchées 1914-1918
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…
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…
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…
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…
Art de vivre
The accent: our identity
Drawing its inspiration from the city's sulphurous reputation since the early 20th century, this literary movement is a spinoff from the 'Roman Noir' crime novel
Art de Vivre
The 'Calanques' – Genuine little corners of paradise!