With easy access to the much loved Provence and the wonderful back drop of the mountains, this property benefits from its renowned views of the local olive groves and orchards.
Nestled in the foothills of Les Alpilles Natural Park, this pretty farmhouse is a lovely holiday home.
This property offers plenty of space for socialising with friends or enjoying a moments quiet.
Those looking for more privacy will benefit from the first floor annexe, whilst the farmhouse boasts a warm and cosy atmosphere.
Guests will love relaxing on shaded terrace, whilst nights can be enjoyed in the outdoor jacuzzi.
Sip a glass of wine as you admire the view over the pool on the lawn opposite.
The idyllic village of St Remy is just a short walk away, where you can explore the local galleries and take in the beautiful art.
Those looking for fine dining will love the range of restaurants, including a number of Michelin starred establishments.
One of the prettiest spots in Provence is nearby, the town of Eygalieres.
Take a trip out to visit the UNESCO world heritage sites of Avignon, and explore its medieval streets.
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Villa Paradis Vert is situated just outside St-Rémy de Provence with restaurants, shops and bank only a short drive away or around a twenty to thirty-minute walk.
The village is popular with artists, many living in the area and displaying or selling their works of art in the local galleries. Famous artist Vincent Van Gogh was hospitalised for over a year at the old asylum of St Paul de Mausole. In the summer months, on selected Sundays, the ‘Route des Artistes’ fills with local artists showing off their work creating a wonderful and bustling atmosphere.
The town is also famous for its many restaurants, from down to earth bistros found on pretty narrow streets to Michelin starred establishments. Gastronomers, look out for the Wednesday and Saturday morning markets with their anchovies, olives and wild herbs. Wine aficionados can easily arrange private tours and tastings at the vineyards in the surrounding countryside.
The archaeological site of Glanum is well worth visiting and only a couple of minutes walk away. It was dug and rediscovered in 1921 exposing the great buildings that characterised the cities of Imperial Rome. The Alpilles museum (1.7km) offers fascinating information about the area and its heritage while Musée Estrine (1.8km) commemorates the year Van Gogh stayed in St-Rémy as well as showcasing other regional artists.
Nearby Eygalières (13km) in Les Alpilles Natural Park is one of the prettiest spots in Provence, a small hill-top village with winding lanes and stunning views, home to many celebrities seeking refuge from the paparazzi. The park itself provides plenty of opportunity for outdoor activities such as rock climbing with hiking, horse riding and mountain biking popular on the many marked trails. Nature lovers will enjoy its biodiversity and abundance of resident bird species.
Don’t miss the lively city of Avignon (23km) during your stay. Explore its winding medieval streets, visit the two UNESCO world heritage sites, the Pope’s Palace and Saint Benezet Bridge. The covered market offers all sorts of delights or head to the weekend farmers, flower and flea markets for wonderful local produce and a bargain or two. For warm summer evenings of culture there is theatre in Avignon and Opera lovers should book early for the July Festival in Aix en Provence (67km).
Arles (27km) is also fantastic city to visit, a southwards drive in the direction of the wild grey horses and pink flamingos of the Camargue Regional Park (41km). With a rich historical past, Arles is well known for its incredible architecture and fascinating Roman remains. It is also famous for its connection to Vincent Van Gogh who managed to paint over 500 works during his relatively short time in the city he loved so much.
Les Baux-de-Provence (9km), one of France’s acclaimed ‘plus beaux villages’, is also within easy reach. Gordes (38km) is yet another one of the beautiful villages worth visiting with stunning architecture, set in the outstanding Luberon region, surrounded by those iconic lavender fields in the summer months.
If you love the sight and smell of lavender a visit to Un Mas en Provence (31km) will give you a fantastic sensory experience explaining how the relaxing scent is produced.