Marekets, Pottery, Brocantes, Food of the region, Provençal fabrics, tablecloths, sachets, aprons, Art
- Artisanal soaps
- Olive products
- Lavender products
- La Grau du Roi
- Sts. Maries de la Mer
- La Grande Motte
- Villeneuve Les Maguelone
- an hour from Arles, Les Baux de provence, saint Remy de provence, marseille, L'isle sur la sorgue, Chateau-neuf du pape
From march to october famous camarguaise races with bulls in the village,
the fête in Vérargues is the last week end of june.
The famous fête of Lunel is the week of the 14 th of july, bodegas, bulls, bals...
Feria in Nimes in may and september
Feria in Arles in spring
Feria in Beziers in august
Sommières - One of the owners favourite villages, and thought by many to be one of the most charming villages around. Large pedestrian-only area with winding cobblestone streets, some from the days of the Romans. The village is situated along the Vidourle River, with an impressive bridge built by the Romans that still serves as the main bridge of the village. There is a great market in Sommières every Saturday morning where you can have oysters . If you like antiques/brocante and a bit of flea market fair, then head towards the plane trees-bordered esplanade for the weekly Marché aux Puces held there also every Saturday morning. every wednesday evening, night handcraft market in july and august.
Uzès - popular tourist destination in the recent past. Near the Pont du Gard, the tallest Roman aqueduct with three levels. Great for picnics, hikes, and kayaking/canoeing. Uzès has several markets each week: Wednesday and Saturday mornings for fresh foods, diverse offerings, and flea market offerings, and Sunday for brocante. The largest one is the Saturday morning market, which spreads all over the village.
Beaches - The beaches are an easy 15/30 minute drive away, and there are several to choose from!
Le Mas de l'Olivier, 4 rue du Laurier-tin, 34400 VERARGUES FRANCE - Tél 00 33 (0)6 43 11 33 62