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Discover the South!

Ideally located between the Vaucluse and the Gard, our guesthouse will allow you to travel the 2 departments and discover the touristic high places of the South of France. Let us guide you…

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On the Avignon bridge ..

Avignon, small town but great history! Travel through time at the Popes Palace, dance on the Avignon bridge, vibrate in front of the Petit Palais treasures.  

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The Popes Palace 

When they made of Avignon their promised land, the Popes left a deep and important print in all the region of Avignon, and in Roquemaure. And they built here a common destiny.

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Avignon, land of festivals

Culture shines on all Provence thanks to world-famous  festivals such as the Chorégies d'Orange, Vaison Danse, the Arles International Photo and of course the Avignon festival!

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The great Antique sites!

Our region is a true testimony of 2 000 years of history, as a birthplace of Roman culture, with 3 Unesco World Heritage sites, exceptional historic cities, remarkable towns and villages of Gard and Vaucluse.

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Orange

Orange has two important Roman monuments: the Arch of Triumph and the Antique Theatre, listed as Unesco World Heritage sites.

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The Pont du Gard

Le Pont du Gard is an aqueduct bridge built by the Romans in the first century of our age. With its incredible 49m height, it is the highest Roman aqueduct bridge in the world.

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Nîmes, land of history

All the roads lead to Nîmes, the French Rome.

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The soul of Provence

Taking the time to live well is a whole art here…, cherished and grown with refinement and pleasure. Wander in the small paved alleys of the Baux-de-Provence, one of the most beautiful villages in France.

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The Baux de Provence

The village of the Baux-de-Provence is among the most beautiful heritage sites in France. The promontories and valleys of the Baux-de-Provence have been shaped by centuries and mistral wind. The hands of men have formed them since the Antiquity.

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Villages of Provence

From Fontaine-de-Vaucluse to Châteauneuf-de-Gadagne, through Saumane-de-Vaucluse, L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue and Le Thor, discover  this region of Provence where life is good to live. Enjoy a walk or a ride between the orchards and the vineyards.

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The vineyards

In the Southern valley of the Rhône, the diversity of the soils (calcareous, clayey, stony soils) exposed to the mistral wind and the Midi sun, allows a great variety of vineyards. These grape varieties shape landscapes and reveal the identity of original terroirs, ensuring sincere and genuine wines.