A true gem of the Luberon National Park, this villa is located in one of the more unspoilt villages of the region and is surrounded by captivating wild landscapes.
With its very own private swimming pool, this beautiful village house is the perfect place to relax.
Set in this small Provencal village, this property has retained its character through the recent renovations.
Hikers will love this area, with so many marked trails to explore.
Inside the living and dining spaces are full of warmth.
Keen chefs will be delighted by the blue kitchen, or the friendly staff nearby can deliver cooked food for you.
Each bedroom has its own bath or shower rooms, with a separate studio beside the main house featuring a twin bedroom.
The mesmerising views of the swimming pool and terraced gardens will be hard to tear yourself away from, but when you do there is so much to explore.
The medieval villages of Viens or Simiane-la-Rotonde are just a short drive away, whilst a little further away you can discover some of the most archetypal villages such as Bonnieux and Gordes.
Art lovers will enjoy following the art trail south to Aix-en-Provence.
This villa is a beautiful house set in a little village surrounded by stunning countryside. Like many villages in the Luberon region, it has remained unchanged and is an incredibly charming place to wander around, soaking up the incredible views around you.
There is a wonderful walk from the village which leads to the surrounding gorges and you can follow various marked trails through or beside the gorges. There are many outstanding hikes in this area and beyond across the Luberon National Park.
Other nearby villages include medieval Viens (6.5km) with its historical features such as the clock tower and two Maisons de Monier and also Simiane-la-Rotonde (8.5km) with its medieval centre and cobbled lanes filled with summer flowers. Both villages are surrounded by lavender fields so typical of this captivating region.
The town of Apt, with its sprawling weekly market each Saturday and Tuesday is an unmissable trip: a gem full of charm and tradition with winding streets and ancient fountains. Indulge in the local cuisine and delicacies in one of the many pavement cafes with views of the Luberon and yet more sweet-smelling lavender surround you.
Another incredible village which has maintained its original features with castles, caves and dungeons is La Tour d’Aigues (38km). Other archetypal Provencal villages are also within driving distance such as Roussillon (36km), Bonnieux (40km), Lacoste (40km), Ménerbes (47km) and Van Gogh’s precious Gordes (45km).
Be inspired by the likes of Cezanne in Aix-en-Provence (70km), one of France’s most beautiful university towns or head north to Avignon (80km), the capital of Provence, both around a 90-minute drive away.
Within the Luberon National park the charming villages and beautiful scenery offer an ideal setting for hiking, cycling, and even kayaking along the Sorgue. Other activities include the Barben Zoo, Accrobranche and horse-riding. It also goes without saying that you can try some wonderful wines from the Luberon vineyards and sample some of the best authentic cuisine at one of the many excellent auberges or restaurants scattered across this region.
The distances between the owner's hamlets and La Maison de Village are as follows: