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Provencal Hamlet

France , Provence

Sleeps 24
12 Bed
12 Bath
Allows Babies
Allows Children
Breakfast Included
BED &BATH
Ground floor bed & bath
Private Parking
Walking distance to a restaurant / pub

Featured in Vogue, this interconnected complex of suites
and houses is perched high above the Luberon boasting stunning
views. At 2,600 feet above the sea, with almost zero humidity, the
nights are cool and days mosquito-free. The Grand Banc has
everything you could possibly need, with its own restaurant, bar
and nightclub. Spend time in the games room, playing petanque in
the carpark or relaxing by the pool. 

Price based on 7 night stay. Property also available per night.

Provencal Hamlet

France , Provence

This private hamlet has been lovingly and artistically restored. A great getaway for large groups.

£
20-30k /pw
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Price based on 7 night stay. Property also available per night.

Sleeps 24
12 Bed
12 Bath
Allows Babies
Allows Children
Breakfast Included
BED &BATH
Ground floor bed & bath
Private Parking
Walking distance to a restaurant / pub

Property description

Featured in Vogue, this interconnected complex of suites
and houses is perched high above the Luberon boasting stunning
views. At 2,600 feet above the sea, with almost zero humidity, the
nights are cool and days mosquito-free. The Grand Banc has
everything you could possibly need, with its own restaurant, bar
and nightclub. Spend time in the games room, playing petanque in
the carpark or relaxing by the pool. 

France , Provence

Why Annabel loves this property

Annabel loves this house for its magical setting and history. An abandoned French village transformed into a charming family hamlet with amazing views and works of art.

Things-to-do

THINGS TO DO

Excursions / Interests

Gorges du Verdon

For sheer, jaw-dropping drama, few sights in France can match the epic Gorges du Verdon. The ‘Grand Canyon of Europe’ slices a 25km swath through Haute-Provence’s limestone plateau all the way to the foothills of the Alps. Etched out over millions of years by the Verdon River, the gorges have formed the centrepiece of the Parc Naturel Régional du Verdon since 1997. With their sheer, plunging cliffs – in some places 700m high, twice the height of the Eiffel Tower – the gorges are a haven for birds, including a colony of reintroduced vautours fauves (griffon vultures).

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Town of Vieux Nice

Getting lost among the dark, narrow, winding alleyways of Nice’s old town is a highlight. The layout has barely changed since the 1700s, and it’s now packed with delis, restaurants, boutiques and bars, but the centrepiece remains cours Saleya: a massive market square that’s permanently thronging in summer. The food market is perfect for fresh produce and foodie souvenirs, while the flower market is worth visiting just for the colours and fragrances. A flea market is held on Monday.

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Palais des Papes

The skyline of Avignon is a magnificent urban landscape. Overlooking the city and the Rhône river, the Rocher des Doms presents an exceptional set of monuments including the Saint Bénezet Bridge, the Ramparts, the Petit Palais, the Cathedral and the impressive walls of the Popes’ Palace flanked by four mighty towers. This architectural group has been ranked by UNESCO.

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