farmhouse in the Vaucluse is set in the valley surrounded by vineyards and with panoramic views of the Ventoux mountain The house is fully equipped with:
An apartment of 40m² in renting of vacations for 4 people.Air-conditioned and all comfort,this independent apartment, adjoining to a House,constructs on a domain of 2300m² assures of holidays to calmness filled of memories
Au pays de Giono, entre thym et lavande, aux portes du Luberon, le hameau du Largue vous attend pour un séjour paisible qui vous entrainera à la découverte de la Provence et de ses secrets.
Lieu calme et privilégié pour les amoureux de la nature. Le Largue est un petit hameau typiquement provençal ,composé de maisons de pierres.
Des vacances à la campagne au cœur de la Provence et à quelques minutes des hauts lieux touristiques de la région Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur.
Provence is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world, with its blend of sun-baked hilltop villages and glamorous resorts like St Tropez and Nice. Nice shows the influence of years as a world-class resort with its famous Promenade des Anglais and the city offers a real taste of France with its amazing bouillabaisse. The gorgeous sunshine of the Riviera has made the Cote d’Azur a powerful draw since the early nineteenth century, and the yearly influx of celebrities for the Cannes film festival only heightens the area’s allure. Cannes, Antibes and St Tropez are favourite mooring grounds for a plethora of yachts.
The region boasts the hottest and sunniest climate in France, and landscapes range from the foothills of the Alps and fields of lavender to magnificent beaches. The revived port of Marseille and ancient Papal seat of Avignon make this area as varied culturally as it is naturally. Much of Provence is wild, shooting of wild boar being a particularly popular pastime. The white horses and flamingos of La Camargue are symbols of this unique nature reserve and are unforgettable once seen. Marineland with its huge whale pool and variety of marine life draws in the crowds, and Roman remains at Orange and Arles add to the region’s historical pull.