“Roquette” neighbourhood

55 sq m (592 sq ft) city house

Enjoy the live of a real “Arlesien” in the typical area of “La Roquette”. Our traditional provencal house is located at the number 52 of the rue Fleury Prudon.

2012-02-15-09-41-18.jpgFront view of the house, made of local stones.

This two-storey house is 55 sq m large and includes a living room



a kitchen


and a bathroom


as well as two nice bedrooms on the first floor with typical Provençal octagonal brick red tomettes 



one of which is equipped with a mezzanine floor



This house can host 8 people. On top of the double beds that equip each bedroom, two sofa beds extend the sleeping capacity (one under the mezzanine floor and one in the living room. If you are more than eight people, please contact us and we can work on a solution together.


The house is equipped with an electric oven with four cooktops, a microwave oven and broadband internet connection.


roquette.jpgPaul Doumer square, next to the house

The house is ideally located in the ancient part of the city. As soon as you’ll exit the house, you’ll find yourself in an amazing place. This area is known for its charm and for its labyrinth of ancient streets and its modest facades hiding incredible manors and hotels. This neighbourhood is also one of the most lively of Arles, with inhabitants organising festive events all year long.

A free public parking lot is available 50 metres away from the house.


You want to come for the Easter Feria? You’re on the right website. Located only a few minute walks from the lively bodegas, you’ll be able to enjoy the night without worrying for the way back. And despite being close to the lively areas, you’ll be in a quiet street with very few traffic, and no noisy venue. Are you an “Afición” (Spanish for “bullfight lover”)? Not a problem since the arenas are so close that you’ll barely notice you’ve left the house when you’ll see them appear in front of you.


And the best part of living in a nice area is that every walk becomes an enjoyable moment.

 roquette-2.jpgSt Croix Church


Do you want to come for the “Les Rencontres d’Arles?” (photography festival) that take place in Arles from July, 2nd to September, 23rd? Don’t be surprised to find exhibition at every street corner

since the “Roquette” area is one of the main areas of this world famous festival.

Besides these two main events, any time between April and September is a perfect time for holiday time in Arles. Please look at the “Arles and its surroundings” page to discover some of the events and attractions to enjoy all year long.


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