Office Municipal de Tourisme de Saint-Andiol
Saint Andiol - Tourist office
Saint-Andiol history is recent: indeed, there is no trace of the place said in antiquity. The location of Saint-Andiol located within a triangle bounded by the Rhône, the Durance and the Alpilles was a marshy land covered by water. The village arose in the middle ages. At the end of the 5th century, the Franks settled in Provence and after the baptism of Clovis, the country had to be baptized.It is therefore at this time that an oratory or altar was built under the name of "Altare Sancti Andéoli" to christianize the peasants and shepherds who lived in the houses of "lurking" (mud), which explains that is not found a vestige of that time.
Information provided by OT Terre de Provence
Bureau d'information touristique
Place De Lattre de Tassigny
13670 Saint Andiol
- 04 90 95 48 95
Where to stay
Between Alpilles and Durance, in the countryside great comfort gite in a farmhouse of the 18th contury, adjoining the owner's home, the gite G409 and a guestroom (on the back). Groundfloor : kitchen/dining-room/living room, microwave, dishwasher, fireplace. Storeroom. Washing-machine. dryer.…
In a dead end of a quiet area of Cabannes, the gite Zénitude is a completely independent house with enclosed garden and private spa, with two terraces (one facing south). On one level (3 steps at the entrance), the house is composed of : a large bright living room with comfortable lounge area…
Between Alpilles and Luberon, detached gite fully renovated of 100 m² on 800 m² of fully fenced and wooded garden, located 5 minutes walk from the centre of the village.Ground floor: entrance with dressing and laundry (washing machine). 3 bedrooms: 1 bedroom with 1 bed for 2 persons in…
Le Mas d'Alauré
Chambres avec bouilloire, sèche-cheveux, articles de toilette gratuits. Petit déjeuner copieux varié,en salle ou à l'extérieur. Terrasse, avec mobilier de jardin, bien exposé, jardin, Vous pourrez profiter d'une connexion Wi-Fi gratuite. Le Mas d'Alauré vous propose également de vous…
Pretty gite in the countryside near the touristic destinations of the Alpilles. Adjoining the gite G297 and the owners' house, but not overlooked. Functional and convivial fit-out, opening generously on the beautiful garden. Goundlevel gite : kitchen/living-room (sofa bed for 1 person) with a…
Things to do
Musée Jean Moulin de Saint Andiol
-A dive unique in the life of Jean Moulin - in a historic building, once municipal school where Jean Moulin was student - the discovery of his Provencal roots - more than 200 m² of exhibition - 200 rare photos, archives, objects of era and films - videos teaching - Reconstitution with sound and…
Miellerie des Alpilles
Claire Leroy a repris avec son mari Guillaume Borel l'activité apicole que son père avait créée en 1970. On y retrouve du miel de Lavande, miel d'Acacia, miel de Garrigues, miel de Châtaignier. Ils pratiquent une apiculture de transhumance, pour produire plusieurs variétés de miel, entre…
SCIEV Benoit - Cave du mas de Longchamp
Available for sale in the Longchamp cellar: Coteaux d'Aix en Provence AOC from the Domaine de Costebonne, a domaine with a surface area of 30 hectares near Eygalières. Vin de Pays des Bouches du Rhône from the Mas de Longchamp located on the Petit Crau stony plateau in St Rémy de Provence. Vin…
Where to eat
La Maison - Domaine de Bournissac
Set between the Alpilles and Luberon, with fabulous views over Mont Ventoux, this sober, monastic-style building dates back to the 14th century. Its sweet-scented gardens, romantic terraces and cosy lounges are an invitation to happiness. Star-rated chef Christian Peyre's inspired and gracious…
Mas dou Capoun
The restaurant side Capoun Mas, it is a family history. Side kitchen, the chef is Michael and side room it is Michele.Both offer refined cuisine of French inspiration, where local products have the beautiful part, in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.The beautiful season, you will have lunch or…
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