Maison des Amis Villa with Pool -Gordes, Provence

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  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 4
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Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 4

Type: Villa

Maison des Amis Villa with Pool -Gordes, Provence

Peace and privacy await you in this 2 bedroom / 4 person French Provençal stone holiday home, with pool!

The house rests on the edge of the village of Gordes, Provence, selected as one of the 'Most Beautiful Villages in France'. Gordes is perched on the foothills of the Vaucluse mountains, at the centre of the Luberon national park, an area made famous by Peter Mayle in his book 'A Year in Provence'. The 10th century Château dominates the heart of the village, where cobbled paths lead down into a network of houses, delightful restaurants and shops. The wonderful daylight ensured Gordes was home to several famous artists such as Chagall, Deyrolle ...Read more

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Tracy S.

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Maison des Amis Villa with Pool -Gordes, Provence
Gordes, Provence, France

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Whilst Maison Des Amis is perfect for doing nothing, there is still plenty to keep you occupied! Besides Gordes, the Luberon offers a number of other perched villages to visit, including Menerbes, Roussillon, Lacoste and Bonnieux. L'isle sur la Sorgue is famous for its antiques and Sunday market. The local mountainside is a haven for walkers and cyclists. The mountain tracks provide both simple and challenging routes for walkers and mountain bikers alike. Those that prefer road cycling can join the locals as they participate in one of the most popular French sports. Fishermen have a choice of several local rivers and lakes. Golfers are well catered for with several regional courses. There are many local tourist attractions and museums, among these are the famous "Village des Bories", the "Fontaine de Vaucluse" and the "Abbaye de Senanque". View Provence from the sky with both hot air balloon and light aircraft trips also available. There are several local activites for children, including adventure parks, sailing and canoeing. Further afield the meditteranean beaches are about 1 hours drive away. The Camargue, close to Arles is a wet lands where salt is produced and flamingos, white ponies and bulls live. The bustling cites of Avignon, Aix-en-Provence and Marseille provide excellent shopping and cultural activites. A visit to the Côte d'Azur with the famous cities of St. Tropez, Cannes, Nice and Monaco are all just over 2 hours drive.

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