A Day with The Camargue Horse's - Manade Fernay

Manade Fernay

If you are exhausted with the city life and looking for a retreat, what could be better than getting in touch with nature? We grabbed this opportunity for relaxation, fun and to experience French culture. Here's a glimpse of our horse riding trip in Arles.

Manado de Fernay is a ranch about 5 km away from the center of the city of Arles. Here you can take part in a variety of events such as horse riding, wild horses, and bullfighting tours, as well as an aperitif or dinner and enjoy Provence.


Enjoy 'Entre Camargue et Andalousie' the special Horse riding Spectacle

You can experience the southern France in its true essence in July and August during the special horse riding show entitled 'Entre Camargue et Andalousie' between Camargues and Andalousie horse breed, which will showcase the traditional outfits with the folk performances of Arles. The horse riding show takes place in the stadium of the ranch.

Horse Riding Show
Time: July, August Every Tuesday, 20:30 hrs

Admission: 25 euros for adults and 10 euros for children (6 to 12 years)

※ Wine and tapas meals are also available.


After the Second World War the French, motivated by a strong cultural connection to the horse, were the first to revive the idea of travel on horseback and have maintained many rights-of-way for equestrian travel. This combined with the beautiful countryside, delicious food, and storied history create the ideal setting for riding trips today.


Visit to the Visite de la Manade ranch

The white Camargue horses are famous not only for their colour but also for its close proximity to the wild horse, which is cultivated freely in the area. The Camargue horse is an ancient breed of horse indigenous to the Camargue area in southern France. Its origins remain relatively unknown, although it is generally considered one of the oldest breeds of horses in the world.The white Camargue is also truly photogenic.


Riding the  Majestic Camargue

Camargue horses are often called the horses of the sea . Prized for their calm and willing temperaments, Camargue horses form strong bonds with their riders.The Horses of the Camargue are the main attraction, and even if you’ve never ridden before, you should not miss this.


Period: July and August Every Tuesday and Thursday 17:00 hrs

Admission: 18 euros for adults and 8 euros for children (6 to 12 years)

Ranch Tour + Spectacle Set Ticket Fee: Adult 40 euros, Child 15 euros

※ Provence-style aperitifs and meal reservations are also available.

Tickets can be purchased at the ranch Arrèle Tourist Office or on the Internet (www.arlestourisme.com).


 We also spotted a bull on the ranch staring right at the camera.


We thoroughly enjoyed visiting the Camargue horses, they looked like they come right out of a fairy tale. It will be an unforgettable trip to southern France.We would urge you to take this chance to indulge in the charms of this iconic country and indulge in the culinary tours in Provence.

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You can go to the ranch by taxi, but we recommend you to contact Oliver, the owner of the ranch, to pick you up.

Manade Fernay S.A.R.L Loisirs & Réceptions

Address: Mas de Jasses de la Ville 1398 chemin du Mas d'Yvaren- Pont de Crau 13200 Arles

Phone number: +33 (0) 6 07 66 85 58

E-mail address: [email protected]

URL: http: //www.masdesjasses.com/


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