On-site activities and exceptional places in the area

This is the advantage of being in the heart of La Provence, this beautiful region is full of incredible colors, natural places and exceptional villages that you can discover around the cottage.

 

On the spot

You will enjoy the swimming pool of 5mx10m and a large terrace with sunbathing to tan quietly in the Provençal sun, a boules pitch, ping-pong table, mölkky and a basketball hoop.

In Cavaillon

Tennis, Via Ferrata for the bravest, two cinemas and sports courses. There are also countless hiking trails near the cottage.

For our cycling friends, you will find beautiful walks, from the easiest to the most difficult with the Mont Ventoux.
Golfers will be able to train on the Vaucluse courses (between 12 and 25 km from the house).

To cool off, you can go canoeing to Isle sur la Sorgue or all kinds of water sports at Wave Island Park.

For gourmands

There are many restaurants around that will allow you to discover the Provençal gastronomy.

Also, the winemakers of Chateauneuf du Pape, Gigondas, etc … will give you the opportunity to complete your winery.

Provencal markets

Markets such as Isle sur la Sorgue or St Rémy de Provence are to discover, as well as farmers markets like Velleron.

Do not miss the floating market Isle sur la Sorgue which takes place every year, the first Sunday of August!

The village of Gordes on the mountainside

Mausoleum of Saint-Rémy de Provence

Roman amphitheater of Arles

Abbey of Sénanque

Ochres in Roussilon

Toulourenc Gorges, a hike in the water

Une randonnée les pieds dans l’eau !

The visits

They are too numerous to be able to quote them all, you will have among others:

The splendid villages of Luberon:
Gordes, Bonnieux, Menerbes, Lacoste, Oppede the old, Lourmarin …
Roussillon and its ochres, Rustrel and its Provençal Colorado, Sénanque abbey, the village of Bories, the cedar forest,
Fountain of Vaucluse, lavender museum, Sault and Valensole with their fields of lavender for beautiful photos.
The gorges of the Nesque or the Gorges du Toulourenc, the Alpilles, the Baux de Provence, Avignon of course and the palace of the Popes.
Arles, its arenas, the Camargue, the Pont du Gard, Marseille the inevitable, and the Mucem, etc, etc …