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Bonnieux, typical village of Provence

Nestled on the side of a hill dominated by the steeple of its old church, and perched 425m above the valley below, Bonnieux is one of the most beautiful villages in the Luberon.

A former pontifical city, the village benefits from a magnificent position offering a breathtaking view of the whole regionof Apt and Ventoux, and of the magnificent different sunsets every evening.

Breathtaking landscapes

The Luberon never ceases to amaze with its interplay of colors, its very special light and its natural riches. Discover rich panoramas, vast plains planted with vines, lavender, olive trees and cherry trees and gentle hills carpeted with oaks and paths lined with dry stones.

The pearls of the Luberon

The Luberon is dotted with perched villages with individual personalities, each as attractive as the others : Bonnieux, Lacoste, Ménerbes, Oppède-le-Vieux, Gordes, Goult, Saignon, Lourmarin, Ansouis, Cucuron and many more. … Without forgetting the famous bories, wonderful testaments to the rich history of the region and the majestic Abbaye de Sénanque. Lovers of old buildings authenticity and breathtaking views will be won over!

A paradise for antique dealers and second-hand goods dealers Isle-sur-la-Sorgue

Nestled in the heart of the Vaucluse and an intersection for several canals fed by the river Sorgue, Isle-sur-la-Sorgue has two 'nicknames' that characterise it: "The City of Antique Dealers" and "The Little Venice of Provence".

This island town is home to nearly 300 antique dealers and holds an international flea market twice a year. It is an ideal destination for "bargain hunters", lovers of antiques, flea markets and art galleries. 

Its stunning bridges and large moss-clad paddle wheels driven by the Sorgue, its charming backstreets where one can stroll and its many cafes and restaurants make it a unique town.

Colorful landscapes Roussillon and Rustrel

With its famous Sentier des Ocres, its Conservatory of Ocher and Color, and its landscapes coloured in the traditional way, Roussillon, one of the most beautiful villages in France, is distinguished by its shades of yellow, orange and red colours which give it a particular charm.

 In Rustrel, the Provençal Colorado is also an unmissable and breathtaking site in terms of the range of colours, flora and backdrops. You will discover there grandiose sites sculpted both by the elements and by the hands of mankind.

Source of inspiration for many artists Fontaine-de-Vaucluse

Fontaine de Vaucluse is one of the most visited natural sites in the region. And for good reason, as the village is home to a very impressive spring which gushes out at the foot of a 230m high cliff, sculpted by erosion, and which is the most powerful fountain in France (and fifth in the world). This enchanting place offers emerald-green water shaded by huge centuries-old plane trees, and landscapes dotted with caves and valleys. You can walk along the river, on its verdant banks, or experience the joys of canoeing on an 8km descent of the Sorgue.

The “Giant of Provence” Mont-Ventoux

Much appreciated by cyclists for its ascent and its extraordinary landscapes, Mont Ventoux reigns over Provence from the peak of its 1 912m altitude. Nicknamed the "Giant of Provence", from its summit it provides an exceptional panoramic view of the Rhône Valley, the Baronnies and the Vaucluse plateau. Like its different landscapes (depending on which level you are at), its flora is extremely varied with more than 1 000 species of plants.

A little further Around Bonnieux

Beutiful Provence conceals may wonders which do not stop at the borders of the Luberon . During their stay in our charming Mas in Bonnieux, our guests also enjoy visiting Les Baux de Provence and the Carrières de Lumières, Avignon and its Palais des Papes, the Pont du Gard, Orange and its ancient theatre, Arles and the Camargue Regional Natural Park, the big cities of Marseille and Aix-en-Provence, and the inlets of Cassis or the Gorges du Verdon...

A landscape drawn by the vines Wine estates

Provence is renowned for being home to a large number of prestigious wine estates. At our dinners, you are invited to come and try some of our favourite wines that will go perfectly with the food on your plate. To find out more about the wine estates, near our Mas in Bonnieux, we invite you to contact the local tourism office.

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