Rental of Gîtes in Fontvieille


Two cabins for rent in the heart of Provence

Cabin Gîte Fontvieille


In front of the first wooden house, next to the plancha, a small wooden arbour created by Bruno will shelter you from the sun...

Cabane de la leque, Calm and Comfort in Nature, Holiday Rentals.


In front of the hut, the soft and fragrant shade of a large fig tree shelters your meals from the sun and a plancha for your grills, fish, meat....


Les Cabanes de la Lèque offer two holiday rentals in Fontvieille, in the heart of the Alpilles, in Provence.

Close to the Camargue and the cities of Arles and Avignon, these charming cabins, built and furnished entirely of wood, offer all the modern comforts and are nestled in a preserved and calm nature amid olive trees, rosemary and pines.

We welcome you all year round in an authentic, peaceful and totally preserved setting since the Alpilles massif is a regional natural park created in 2007, in Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur in the Bouches-du-Rhône department.


In the exceptional setting of the quiet and preserved Parc régional des Alpilles, not far from Avignon, Arles and Saint-Rémy de Provence, let us guide you to discover our seasonal rentals.

First of all, it is Provence that welcomes you. A nature that changes colours with the rhythm of the seasons. All around the wooden terraces of our cottages are the bright yellow of the brooms, the lavender that bears their name well, the orange reds of the poppies, the blue of the irises and the changing greens of the olive trees.

But from Fontvieille, let's walk together along the road that leads to the huts. The forest road is made of dirt but drivers can be reassured, it was redone last year and is accessible to all vehicles.

The road winds through the hill in the shade of a forest of umbrella pines and, sometimes at night, it can happen to see a goose with its small wild boar. But let's stay in broad daylight to enjoy nature, the scent of plants heated by the sun and the light.

When the vegetation is tightening, you will soon see our horses, Colloane and Varsovia on the right. If, during your stay in our cottages, you bring them hard bread or carrots, it is certain that you will not leave them indifferent.

You're almost there. Look to your left, this is our house.

We will probably wait for you in front of the wooden boxes to take you to the cottages: two small huts that are next to each other, turning their backs in the shade of large trees. And which open onto a meadow where our horses regularly graze.

As you go down, take a look on your left at the organic vegetable garden. It will be at your disposal during your stay. Courgettes, tomatoes, peppers, melons, aubergines... many vegetables may already be ready to be eaten. You will come back later to pick them because it is now time to arrive home.

Let's bet that your first meal will be preceded by the tasting of a bottle of Alpilles rosé wine in the cool to welcome you. With your coffee, taste the small shuttles we have placed for this purpose next to the Nespresso coffee maker. It is a local specialty that you will not be able to do without.

Now enter your cabin with its good and reassuring smell of wood. And the light, soft and bright.

You are now at home!

Have a good holiday

A breakfast in the heart of the Alpilles.


Breakfast in the lacquer huts

Breakfasts and meals on order

Treat yourself and avoid the problem of shopping for a weekend or, in the case of a weekly rental, the first day of your arrival. On order, a breakfast can be brought to you as well as a meal, both entirely organic of course, if you order them.

Breakfast 15€ - Dinner 38€. Wine included









The vegetable garden


Your organic vegetables at hand


Organic vegetable garden, of course. Tomatoes, zucchini, salads, aubergines, chard, peppers, pumpkins, melons... are at the entire disposal of our guests who are invited to pick them to the rhythm of their desire to cook and their appetite. The herb garden is not stingy in terms of mint, parsley, chives, coriander etc.

Only corn has been removed by Bruno, who for years has been planting, sowing and growing vegetables in season. The wild boars loved it too much! On the other hand, they are indifferent to raspberries.