visits and curiosities : Perched Villages or "Villages perchés" are at 30 minutes from Aix-en-Provence, 1 hour of Marseille and coves of Cassis, 1h15 of Les Baux de Provence.... an ideal place to be "cool and near of everything"
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An authentic and quiet place : swimming pool, privates hammam and jacuzzi , games and activities for all on site
In summer season on the same domain, entertainment and quiet games, artistic workshops, differents tournaments, group outings ...
All year round L’Oustaou du Luberon invites you to get together for your stay, with family or friends, for courses, seminars with a common room available for free management
On a 20 hectares domain of hills and hillsides, The Oustaou of Luberon host you in a favored place in the South Luberon near the classified villages (as Ansouis, Lourmarin...)
We propose you several rentals of tourism, which offer a big comfort in a quiet space.
Are you looking for holidays in the sun, in a quiet place, close to the sights and sights of the south of France? You are in the right place !
The Oustaou of Luberon offers individual, semi-detached, comfortable holiday rentals for 2 to 10 people, with swimming pool, games, tennis, with the possibility of renting several charming cottages, for a group of 20/25 people max
For weekends off school holidays, Our haven of peace is open all year round
Located in the heart of Provence, Lourmarin is one of the most beautiful villages in France. The Castel of Lourmarin welcomes you to visit every day, except on 1 January and 25 December. In addition to possessing outstanding architecture, the Château de Lourmarin this beautiful furniture collections (16th to 19th century), prints, art or musical instruments. Lourmarin holds four fountains in the village, each with a specific story: - The fountain in the northern part of the Castle of Lourmarin; - The Fountain of three heads; - The Fountain of Place; - The fountain of the Church square. The Church of Lourmarin (eleventh century), part of the Diocese of Avignon, was initially linked to the history of the famous priory of Saint-André Villeneuve-les-Avignon. It was then without a chapel choir composed of two bays only. This church, which are mixed Romanesque and Gothic art, has undergone several restorations and additions, including a nave chapel with a wonderful vaulted liernes and tiercerons.