This enchanting abode is full of style and character, just a short walk away from one of the most beautiful villages of Les Alpilles.
An exceptional holiday home, great care and attention has gone into recent renovations.
A welcoming, elegant kitchen opens out into a superbly equipped kitchen-diner.
Three of the five bedrooms are ensuite, with the master bedroom boasting its own terrace.
Aromas of Provence fill the south facing gardens.
Here the pool and its pool house are ideal places for relaxing and cooling off.
Quiet moments can be had across many of the pretty benches that are dotted around the grounds, or enjoy a game of petanque.
The trickling fountain is the perfect backdrop for evenings meals on the al-fresco terrace.
Eygalieres is just a short stroll away, where you can explore the beautiful village.
Take in the characterful houses and pretty fountains as you pass through the old lanes up to the top of the village.
Here you will experience amazing views over Les Aplilles.
Many restaurants and cafes are within easy reach of the villa where you can enjoy a lazy meal.
St-Remy is the ideal town for artists to visit, or enjoy its Wednesday morning market.
Those looking for activity will love the walking trails and cycling opportunities this area has to offer.
Villa Interiors (240m2)
Ground Floor (including annexe)
This villa is located just outside the Provençal village of Eygalières in the stunning Parc Naturel Régional des Alpilles, just half an hour south of Avignon.
It’s just a leisurely stroll (or short drive) into the heart of Eygalières where you will find a choice of restaurants, cafes and shops such as a bakery, grocery store and butchers. It’s known to be one of the most beautiful villages of this region – you will appreciate its charm as you wander through the narrow cobbled lanes passing pretty houses and fountains. Don’t miss the Friday morning market when the village centre comes alive with all sorts of regional delights. At the top of the village there are amazing views of Les Alpilles – it’s no wonder a couple of A-list celebrities have bought houses here.
You are well placed to explore many more of the region’s delightful villages and towns. Start off in the famous artist’s town of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence (15km) with its studios and art galleries, excellent restaurants and Wednesday morning market. Maussane-les-Alpilles (20km) is another picturesque village for a leisurely lunch out – make sure you sample some of the olive oil which is still produced in one of the original mills.
Les Baux-de-Provence (24km) is also around half an hour away, passing spectacular scenery of Les Alpilles as you drive south. One of France’s ‘Plus Beaux Villages’, visit early in the morning to avoid the summer crowds and discover why so many visitors are enchanted by this idyllic spot with its incredible castle. With an elevated position, the views from the village are once again outstanding.
This is a walker’s paradise with endless trails through the beautiful countryside weaving through olive groves, fruit orchards, fields of Provençal herbs, woodland and magnificent mountain views. The region is also popular with cyclists (as is the neighbouring Luberon) whilst golf-lovers can enjoy the wonderful surroundings at the Domaine de Manville, near Les Baux-de-Provence. Horse-riding, pony-trekking, rock-climbing and a whole host of other activities can also be arranged.
Heading north, the small city of Avignon (30km) should also be visited, just half an hour by car. As well as the city’s historic sights, including two UNESCO World Heritage sites, Avignon is also well-known for its vibrant restaurants, café-bars serving excellent local wines and atmospheric markets.
Follow the foot-steps of Van Gogh and visit his beloved Arles (40km) or drive across to the Luberon region where you will find a wealth of perched medieval villages including Gordes (37km), another one of France’s ‘Plus Beaux Villages’.