Le mas Ballot
Le mas Ballot

An accommodation for 6 persons in a typical house, classified 4 stars accommodation with big garden and warmed swimming-pool.

For those who appreciate the charm and authenticity of houses in the South of France, this typical Provencal farmhouse, quiet, in spacious and comfortable setting, furnished with authentic and all the amenities is a great location for exploring the region.

Living on site, we will tell you the places to visit, restaurants to discover, and will gladly answer your questions while showing respect for discrete tranquility.

Your guests

Your guests
Claude & Dany Suc

Dany and Claude continue the family tradition. The house has been passed by the girls since its inception in 1870, and Dany is the fifth generation of the family to live in the property.

Thanks to documents gathered and memories of our past, we are committed to keep the authentic side while improving comfort.

It is a pleasure for us to share this jewel receiving you and sharing our knowledge and love of our region!


In the south of France, at 8 km east from Arles, between la Camargue, les Alpilles and la Crau...

Meadowlands that provide Crau hay, the mas Ballot is peace and quiet, close to a small village, Raphèle, nicknamed the Crau oasis.


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  A baby pony is born last night in Mas Ballot. His name is Gaudi.​
Published on Saturday, June 4, 2016 - 22:39
Patchouli, Minka et Extrème participeront à la journée des producteurs, dimanche 10 avril, aux Marais du Vigueirat... Journée des Producteurs aux ‪#‎MaraisDuVigueirat‬... Et vous???? Programme complet et informations :http://www.marais-vigueirat.reserves-naturelles.org/5eme-j…/
Published on Wednesday, April 6, 2016 - 15:40
flamants roses
 La fin d'année est douce en Camargue. les flamants roses attaquent la parade, les ibis falcinelles voisinent avec les vanneaux, et le village des Baux-de-Provence s'illumine à la tombée de la nuit... Bonne année 2016 à tous... au mas Ballot!
Published on Thursday, December 31, 2015 - 23:30



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