Located in the beautiful Provence, the exceptional property offers an ideal setting for embracing nature.
This six bedroom property is surrounded by pine trees and olive trees, the perfect match to the stunning interiors.
Once a farmhouse, this fine holiday home has been recently renovated to make the most of its glorious setting.
The arched windows make the open plan living space even more impressive, with the terrace and gardens easily accessed through the sliding doors.
Al fresco dining will be a dream next to the olive grove and swimming pool, having been freshly prepared in the elegant kitchen.
Six bedrooms and five bathrooms are found upstairs in this property.
Guests will be comfortable on hot summer days due to the air conditioning throughout the property.
Shade can be found under the giant cypress trees and pine trees, offering up spots to relax.
Saint Remy de Provence is just a five minute drive away, where you can explore its winding lanes with art work and galleries to experience.
Further afield you will find more charming villages such as Les Baux de Provence, passing the many vineyards and olive groves on your way.
Villa Interiors (300m2)
In true Provence, with stunning views of Les Alpilles Natural Park, Sens et Nature is set in 2.7 hectares of land, surrounded by a pine forest with direct access to hiking trails straight from the grounds. You can catch a glimpse of the majestic Alpilles mountain peaks from the terrace.
Despite this rural location, the charming town of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence is around 2km away. Many artists live here, displaying their works of art in the town’s pretty art galleries and boutiques. 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 most well-known artist who has resided here is of course Vincent Van Gogh and you can visit the famous asylum St Paul de Mausole, where he created 150 paintings including ‘Starry Night’.
There’s a lovely market to visit on a Wednesday morning whilst food-lovers will also appreciate the many restaurants in the town from low-key bistros to Michelin starred establishments.
In Les Alpilles Natural Park, you are in the heart of a region filled with vineyards and olive groves – tastings can be arranged at local wineries or olive mills (especially around Maussane, 11km away, where some of Provence’s finest olive oils are produced).
As you explore the local countryside, admiring summer landscapes of sunflowers and fields of lavender, you’ll come across delightful villages and towns. Baux-de-Provence (10km), one of France’s acclaimed ‘Plus Beaux Villages’ and Van Gogh’s precious Arles (25km) are both within easy reach. Gordes (40km) is yet another one of the beautiful villages worth visiting with stunning architecture, set in the outstanding Luberon region with equally beautiful landscapes.
Don’t miss the lively city of Avignon during your stay. Explore the winding medieval streets, experience further excellent dining opportunities and visit 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.
Golf-lovers will find a range of courses across the region whilst there are horse-riding and ample cycling opportunities nearby. A little further afield, older children will love kayaking near L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue (40km) and there are plenty of other family friendly activities throughout this part of Provence from open castles and trekking across the tree-tops to visiting a zoo or model railway.