To See

Gordes, la citadelle surplombe les plus beaux villages du Luberon


Classed among as "the most beautiful villages in France"

An incredible setting with a super view over the Luberon valley, charming cobbled lanes, opulent houses and a Renaissance château at the heart of the village...

To see

The cellars of the Saint-Firmin palace.

The "village des bories" open-air museum, and the Sénanque Abbey.

Market day


Roussillon et ses falaises d'ocre. Un des beaux villages perchés du Luberon.


The village is built at the top of an ochre cliff face, and offers visitors a perfect blend of colors with its stones, roofs and façades mirroring the red tones of the neighboring landscape...

Market day


Ménerbes. Un des plus beaux villages perchés du Luberon.En compétition avec Gordes.


From atop its rocky plateau overlooking the "garrigue" and vineyards of the luberon, and made famous by Peter Mayle in his book "A Year in Provence", the Ménerbes citadel and its château stand watch over the plain.

Market day


Le café de la poste à Goult. Un des villages les plus sympathiques du Luberon.


Uncrowded, unpretentious, and utterly charming, the tiny village of Goult is easily among the most beautiful villages in Provence.

Market day


Lourmarin, un des plus beaux villages du Luberon


Lourmarin is a village of artists, and listed among the "Most Beautiful Villages in France".

Vineyards and olives trees surround it and on the outskirts of the town you can find Lourmarin castle.

There are plenty of little cobbled streets here with lovely shops and small art galleries.

Market day


Saturday evening

Oppède le Vieux. Un des beaux villages du Luberon.

Oppède le Vieux

Oppède Le Vieux is a magnificent little hill-top village.

You will be enchanted by this historic village wich has so much to offer: a 12th century collegiate church witch dominates the skyline, the ruins of an ancient chateau and the remains of historic workshops and boutiques.

Market day

Saturday/ Oppède

A Lacoste, célèbre village perché de Provence


Lacoste is a small stone village perched on its own hillside.

The village has been the epitome of glamour and luxury since the arrival of Pierre Cardin, who renovated the château that once belonged to the marquis de Sade.

Bonnieux. Village perché du Luberon


Small pyramid-shaped village backing onto Mont Luberon.

Let your instincts guide you along the narrow streets that lead you to the charming garden of La Louve.

Market day


La Sorgue, rivière du Vaucluse

Isle sur la Sorgue

Isle sur la Sorgue is known as " the Venise of Provence"

This " island city" lies at the foot of the Vaucluse plateau  in the plains of Comtat Venaissin...

The "bargain hunters", lovers of beautiful objects, flea markets and art galleries will be delighted, there are indeed nearly 300 antique dealers in this small


Market day


Aux Baux de Provence, les fameuses carrières de Lumière.

Les Baux de Provence

Situated in the heart of the Alpilles. This immense and superb stone fortress is without doubt one of the "must-sees"on the Provencal tourist trail!

Outside the village, do not miss the permanent exhibition of "The Cathédrale de Lumières"

Saint Rémy en Provence.

St Rémy de Provence

Saint Remy de Provence is an historic village built on one of the oldest archeological sites in Europe.

You will discover old fountains, shady squares, picturesque restaurants and elegant boutiques.

The beauty of the city and the countryside has inspired many artists. The most famous was Vincent Van Gogh.

Market day

Wednesday and Saturday 

Avignon en Provence.Le palais des papes.


City of history, city of spectacle...

Behind the superbly preserved ramparts, you will discover the city of the Popes after crossing one of the seven main doors: the Palace of the Popes, the famous Pont d'Avignon, the museums of the Petit Palais, the Palais de Roure...

Avignon is also the capital of the performing arts with its theater festival.

Aix en Provence.A une heure de notre maison d'hôtes. Ville patricienne aux belles demeures, places, musées et surtout ses 250 fontaines !

Aix en Provence

One hour from Gordes.

Called the "City of a Thousand Fountains" Aix has an elegance that reflects its noble heritage.

The city boats two interesting historic areas: Vieil Aix and the Mazarin quarter divided by the beautiful Cours Mirabeau. 

Other attractions: Garnet Museum, Cézanne's art studio...


One hour from Gordes.

Visited by Jules César, Van Gogh, Gauguin, Picasso, Arles offers amazing sites, foods, nature, art and culture. The city offers countless delights for history lovers (the Arles Arena, the Theatre Antique, Church and Cloister of Saint Trophisme, the famous Luma...) as well as nature lovers with the mythic Camargue a land of wild horses, fighting bulls, salt-pans...

Also to visit: 5 km from Arles, Montmajour abbey!


One hour from Gordes.

Marseille has a distinctly Mediterranean ambience, from its red-tile roofed houses to the fishing boats in its port. 

The city's colorful, multiethnic heritage makes Marseille a fascinating place to visit.

Must-do in Marseille; Notre Dame de la Garde, Old harbor, Old Town, Mucem...