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Le Mas de l’Oulivié is located 2 km from the village of les Baux de Provence in the direction of Fontvieille/Arles on the D78f road.
Guest-only closed car park with access code and video surveillance. Two charging points for electric vehicles.


Mas de l’Oulivié – Hôtel ****

Les Arcoules

13520 Les Baux-de-Provence – France

T. +33(0)4 90 54 35 78

Prepare your trip if you travel by car

Coming from the North
Leave the A7 motorway at exit N°24 and take the direction for Noves, Saint-Rémy-de-Provence and les Baux-de-Provence. We are 35 km from the motorway.


Coming from the Southeast
Leave the A54 motorway at exit N°11 and take the direction for Maussane-les-Alpilles and les Baux-deProvence We are 15 km from the motorway.


Coming from the Southwest
Leave the A54 motorway at exit N°7 at Arles on N113 direction Beaucaire-Tarascon , then Fontvieille and les Baux de Provence. We are 17 Km from the motorway.


Coming from the Avignon TGV station
From the train station area, leaving the rental car parks: turn right in order to take a little one way road until a roundabout, where you have to follow the direction to Arles.
After the ring-road at the next roundabout take the D570, direction Arles/Tarascon followed by the D33A direction Maussane/Les Baux.
The hotel is on the left side of the road, 2 km before the Baux village on the D78F. We are 35km from the TGV station.


GPS Point

N 43°44’00 – E 004°46’43


Driving distance

Bruxelles 987 km

Paris 715 km

Genève 411 km

Lyon 256 km

Nice 240 km

Other modes of transports

Avignon 30 km
Nîmes 41 km
Marseille 60 km




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The hotel is located 15 km from the cycle route ViaRhôna from Lake Geneva to France’s Mediterranean beaches. This cycle route is 815km long and leads the cyclist from Alpine panoramas to Camargue beaches across emblematic landscapes of the Cotes du Rhône vineyards and those of the southern Provence: hilltop villages, lavender or olive tree fields, gastronomic discoveries.

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