An original concept : Independant owners, passionated from rural region, the Oustaou of Luberon set up his know-how, his enthousiasm, and his philosophy in order to propose you a familial welcome,
combining modernity and tradition, activities and tranquility, sport and culture : A great enthusiasm to offer you a holiday otherwise.
A particular hospitality : In the holiday village, you will be received by local people, Cécile and Michel and their Holiday Village 3 * rated by Atout France , will share their passion for their land, their knowledge of heritage history and culture of their country. With us, it is a life place that welcomes you.
A shared quality : Respectful of the uniform quality of our reception, we have respected a charter, the keystone of our voluntary approach. It defines for our guests the labels, equipment and services required to integrate this approach and share all together this human adventure ...
the cottage villages are few in vaucluse, see it here
find the Oustaou du Luberon among the "villages de Gîtes en France"
Partner of Rando Accueil and Vélo Loisirs en Provence (labels and professionnal networks)
The label Rando Accueil guarantees to the clients, accomodations and services adapted to different practicies of walking and long hike. Clientele of walkers, and more broadly for outdoor activities.
Vélo loisir Provence offers 400 kms of bike itineraries.
Family itinerary, or more sporty route, there will always be a path to your expectations ! Several information at the reception/shop of Cecile and Michel !
Tennis court, racquets and balls on site; according to your wishes, it turns into multisport with practicing basketball, handball, volleyball or mini football ... for team tournaments
The way of counting points in tennis comes from the "jeu de Paume": This French game, played in the 16th and 17th centuries, is the ancestor of tennis created by the English in the 19th century ("tennis" is also the deformation of French word "hold !", pronounced by the player throwing the ball).
In the "jeu de Paume", it is assumed that the winner of the point had to advance each time 15 steps in the direction of the net (15, 30, 45 or 60 paces from the service line), and the one who reached the net, located at 60 steps, won the game. The number 40 would be a shortcut to 45, too long to pronounce.
When the players were tied at 40, the advantage was to take 5 more steps.