Packages in Chateaurenard
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Chateaurenard Vacation Packages
Chateaurenard Vacation Packages
From Chateaurenard, the well-known city of Marseille stands 50 miles to the southeast.
It's worth heading 18 miles southwest from Chateaurenard to Arles, where you'll find a nice range of activities. It's here you can experience Camargue and the Cirque Romain. Church of St. Trophime is another local attraction to consider.
Watch the Nîmes Olympique take on their rivals on home grounds, Costieres Stadium. Located in Nimes, it's 25 miles west of Chateaurenard. On match days, the stadium is filled with red and white, as supporters come together to get behind their beloved team.
Be sure to make tracks to Eglise du Pontet and Chateau de Fargues in Le Pontet, about 6 miles away. For those who can't get enough of this area, head over to St.-Remy-de-Provence, where you can check out the Les Antiques and Mas de la Pyramide, 6 miles from Chateaurenard.
About 11 miles to the east of Chateaurenard is L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, an important regional center and home to Collégiale Notre Dame des Anges, Musée du Jouet & de la Poupée Ancienne and Campredon Centre d'Art. Partage des Eaux and Old Town are also cool options if you're still looking for more.
Why not take the opportunity to chill out and enjoy gentle pastimes, such as picnicking or sunbathing. Both are popular with travelers and locals alike.
Hoping to delve deeper into the places and stories of this region? The city walking tours, culinary tours and winery tours can be an excellent way to sightsee in this region.
Water adventures are a great pastime here. Don't miss the opportunity to go swimming or sailing because this region has some ideal spots for it.
To really embrace the essence of Provence - Alpes - Cote d'Azur, you must surround yourself with its unique smells and flavors. Enjoy the local culinary arts at some of the restaurants and cafés.
To discover the charming delights of the region, sample local ingredients such as cheese and tomatoes.
Ratatouille (vegetable stew) and salade niçoise (tuna and olive salad) are popular dishes you'll want to try.
This area is home to the delicious calisson d’aix (almond and candied fruit sweet).
The restaurants in this region just about always serve Kronenbourg Blanc, so order one if you appreciate drinking beer.
No visitor should leave without taking a few sips of hot chocolate, a locally popular non-alcoholic drink.
You'll probably see many local people drinking armagnac, a famous spirit here.
There are people all over the world who cannot bring themselves to believe that a meal is completely finished unless they have tasted the regional wine. You may want to try Bandol Rosé and Côteaux du Languedoc.
Bid "Au revoir / À bientôt" to Chateaurenard and ensure you remember your amazing trip by purchasing a locally made trinket or souvenir with the last few euros in your pocket.
If you're looking for the nearest airport to Chateaurenard, it's 3 miles away.
Accommodation in Chateaurenard
As Chateaurenard has no accommodations featured on Expedia's comprehensive France accommodation page, you might be interested in staying at the La Mirande or the Le Prieure, two more high-end options located 5 miles away in Avignon. Some more affordable Avignon accommodation options include the Auberge de Cassagne & Spa and the Hotel d'Europe.