The Luberon region is awash in purple between June and August. One of the best ways to experience this fragrant flower is at Senanque Abbey near Gordes where monks grow fields of it. You can sample everything from lavender soap to lavender sorbet.
The red ochre cliffs and quarries in the Luberon are an amazing spectacle. The trails in the area are easily accessible and suitable for all age groups.
Built in the 10th Century, the remains of this castle are an interactive and imaginative experience that everyone will enjoy. Check the schedule to find out when the largest trebuchet in Europe is launched!
Take a picnic and enjoy a swim below a two thousand year old Roman aquaduct in the Gardon River. Combine with a visit to nearby Pont du Gard, and spend time in the museum and lovely cafe.
Immerse yourself in everything your chosen destination has to offer; experiencing the gastronomic delights accompanied by a glass of the local specialty. Whether a Michelin-star restaurant in Spain, a wine tour in France, or a rum festival in Barbados, our Food & Drink experiences will create lasting memories for all our connoisseur guests.
Travel experiences touch us in many different ways, often finding the incredible while in pursuit of the amazing. World-famous works of art and local cultures sit in equality in their ability to inspire us to the WOW moment every journey should include.
Luxury villas have long been a feature of the romantic traveler looking to celebrate a special event with friends and family. The privacy not afforded in hotels or resorts sets romantic villa experiences apart. Weddings, vow renewals, anniversaries and our villa experiences are a match made in heaven.
From the mountains and rolling hills down to beaches and islands, Tuscany boasts a myriad of culinary experiences, history and artistic culture. One of the most visited regions in Italy, our guests enjoy a fine luxury villa and can revel in everything from tours of world-class museums to strolling hilltop towns to enjoying the local wines in ancient piazzas.
The Dordogne is a region of lush forests dotted with over 1500 castles and luxury villas. Small quaint villages are tucked away along the rivers and valleys of this timeless land and a wide range of kid friendly activities makes this a perfect family destination.
Dissected by the beautiful Loire River, this region in the heart of France is a collection of soft rolling hills and meadows blanketed with vineyards and fruit orchards all accessible from our luxury villas. Medieval chateaux await exploration as do the Loire's charming towns and villages.
Built in the 12th century, Le Collectionneur offers guests a unique experience. Once a hotel, the villa borders the Sorgue River in L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, a former fishing village called the Provencal Venice for its waterways. The villa will especially appeal to art lovers as the villa is loaded with gorgeous contemporary art paintings and collections.
A luxurious villa with 455 sqm of living space, Villa Maureen is located within a 266 hectare estate including an 18-hole golf course, hotel, Michelin restaurants, helipad, and spa. The villa itself sits on a 3,482 sqm gorgeously landscaped plot. A private infinity pool, fitness room, steam room, tennis court, and home cinema give guests plenty to do.
Step back in time at Chateau de Villeneuve, an antique castle built during the 14th century with 6 spacious bedrooms. Six acres of gardens and park surround the picturesque villa located a mere 10 minutes from the famous medieval town, Avignon. History lovers will appreciate both the villa and the numerous historical destinations in the surrounding area.
Located on 54 acres of fenced land with the 700 acre park of Chateau Candolle, La Villa des Granges is exceptionally private and stunning. The stone villa boasts a contemporary interior with all the comforts of the modern world. The spacious courtyard provides a lovely place to enjoy the outdoors as well as a covered terrace for al fresco dining.
Chateau de Candolle is a gorgeous castle that was originally a fiefdom of King Henry III of France in 1576. Of course, the entire estate has been renovated to offer luxurious, modern accommodations -- although the decorating pays tribute to the villa's heritage.
Delight in your own private villa while enjoying the 5 star services of the Relais & Châteaux resort. Villa Joucas is an independent 500 sqm house surrounded by a 5,000 sqm Provencal garden with access to the amenities of the prestigious hotel. Enjoy a safely fenced, heated pool and pétanque court onsite.
This peaceful 10-bedroom villa/farmhouse is on 200 acres of gorgeous countryside a short 2 km from Simiane-La-Rotonde. This delightful little village with its surrounding fields of lavender is known as being the loveliest hilltop village in Haute Province -- and the name is well deserved.
La Belle Aixoise is a gorgeous bastide located a mere 15 minutes from Aix en Provence. This gorgeous little town is known for being a town of both water and art and is overflowing with history and culture. Hundred-year-old plane trees border the elegant entrace to the bastide.
Nestled in 6 hectares of orchards, lavender fields, and olive trees, Le Petit Palais really is a small palace. The enclosed garden is gorgeous and gives the house plenty of privacy. Explore Isle-sur-la-Sorgue just 2 km away, an adorable little village filled with delightful antique shops and charming waterways.
Chez Jean Claude at a mere 600 meters from the famous village Eygalieres in the heart of the serene Alpilles offers a lovely view of the village and surrounding countryside. Arrive at the villa and its two accompanying stone cottages through 100 meters of private drive lined with stately olive, pine, cypress, and almond trees.
Located in Paradou, a village backed by the Les Alpilles mountains, Clos du Cypres comfortably houses 6 couples. Tucked in on 2,700 sqm of fenced land, the villa has a lovely garden and plenty of privacy, yet the convenience of proximity to the shops in town.
Perfectly positioned to easily access 5 1000-year-old hilltop villages in Luberon, this 18th century bastide is full of history. Villa Muzyka is large with 650sqm of living space and expansive terraces with stunning views of the Luberon mountains. With renovations in 2015 and contemporary decorating, the villa is comfortable and modern, yet holds onto the charm of years past.
At the foot of the Grand Luberon, the mountain view from Bastide St. Martin is beyond breathtaking. The spacious 18th century bastide was fully renovated and brought up to date in 2012 and can accommodate up to 29 guests. Nestled in 7 acres of private land and surrounded by fragrant fields of lavender, this villa offers peace and tranquility for your visit.
Step back in time at Chateau d'Avignon, an antique castle built during the 14th century with 10 spacious bedrooms. Four acres of gardens and park surround the picturesque villa located a mere 10 minutes from the famous medieval town, Avignon. History lovers will appreciate both the villa and the numerous historical destinations in the surrounding area.
Villa Rosc, set on 17,000 sqm of grounds, including an 1,800 sqm lavender field, lives up to the Gaelic word "a place of harmony" for which it is named. It's location near several charming villages makes it a great headquarters for exploring Provence.
Soak up a lovely view of the Luberon valley from this 6-bedroom villa. Take a stroll through thte meticulously landscaped garden or enjoy al fresco dining on one of the expansive covered terraces. From it's location within the Luberon national park, the 6,000 sqm property is peaceful and guests will enjoy the tranquility of the area.
A stay at Les 3 Nicole puts you a short 800 meter walk from Eygalieres, the most charming village in the Alpilles, and steps from the best bakery in the region. The newly restored stone main house and guest house 60 m away provide 7 bedrooms and plenty of space for guests.
The cozy little villa, La Nouvelle, is located a mere kilometer from the shope and cafes of Eygalières, the most charming town of the Alpilles. With a southern-facing view and 4 bedrooms, this villa can host up to 10 people and is perfect for families with children.
Tucked in the countryside a mere 1.2 kilometers from the fames village of Saint Remy, Mas Pascal is a delightful renovated 18th century farmhouse on a 6,500 sqm property, providing guests plenty of privacy. With 6 bedrooms and 600 sqm of living space, there is plenty of indoor space and is a great escape for families with children.
As the name suggests, Les 2 Maisons consists of a main house and a smaller guest house joined by a 200 sqm courtyard in the charming hamlet, Maubec. Relax in the courtyard, boasting a covered terrace with BBQ and dining area. From there, step out to enter the 400 sqm garden planted with many varieties of roses and bamboo.
Villa Laurence is an ideal mountain getaway just 2 kilometers from the village of Les Baux-de-Provence, perched on a plateau in the Alpilles. The panoramic mountain views from both the town and the villa are breathtaking. The villa sits peacefully on 16 acres of fenced land with a beautifully landscaped garden.
Les Noces, a fully renovated 18th century bastide was once home to the French writer, Albert Camus. Located on 15 hectares of private land just 2 kilometers from the center of l'Isle sur La Sorgue and its array of antique shops, art galleries, and renowned Sunday market.
Nothing but the best at Le Manoir d'Avignon. Set on 65 acres of beautiful, secured land and surrounded by pear orchards and bordering the Rhone River, the renovated 18th century farmhouse is still only a 10-minute drive from the famed medieval city, Avignon.
Located in the heart of the Luberon area, this 9-bedroom chateau sits on a 225-acre estate comprised of parklands, vineyards and historic buildings. Enjoy a look back in time as you savour all the modern amenities and contemporary finishings this stunning chateau has to offer.
Located on a 17-acre estate, just outside the town of Sarrians, this gorgeous château is everything you’ve dreamed about. Beautifully restored, this 18th century escape features all of the modern amenities you crave while remaining true to its historic roots.
This gorgeous villa, hidden among the pines at the foot of Alpilles National Park, offers a sweeping view over the countryside. Traditional wooden beams and timber framework are complimented by neutral toned quality furnishings throughout. A heated pool, terraces and extensive gardens complete this idyllic spot.
This villa is situated on extensive grounds just a short drive from hilltop towns, vineyards and lively antique markets. The spaciousness of the interior plus the outdoor recreational amenities are perfect for the whole family, making this an ideal home away from home for your next vacation.
The gated entrance and majestic avenue of 100 year old Plane trees sets the tone for arriving at this quintessential French villa. The jewel of this property is the superb swimming pool set amidst mature trees, spacious terraces, broad lawns and lovely landscaped grounds and gardens.
Literally perched on the edge of a hilltop village, this villa boasts vistas of Mt. Ventoux and the surrounding vineyards and orchards, from every floor, window, balcony, and terrace. Luxurious and spacious, this villa is adorned with sophisticated and elegant decor, furnishings and fixtures.
This classic villa sits on a sunny wooded hillside over the Luberon valley. Its beautifully detailed yet unfussy decor combines hallmark Provencal elegance with every comfort and practical amenity. Easy flowing interiors lead to relaxing outdoor spaces, with terraced gardens and wonderful views.
Built in 1840 and meticulously restored by local craftsmen, this villa retains its original splendour, offering an elegant country interior with views of the perfectly maintained grounds. With ample common areas and huge salon, Domaine des Muriers is perfect for families or large groups.
A short walk to the local village, this spacious villa welcomes you in typical Provencal style. The enormous windows of the double salon let in plentiful natural light, the art gallery offers a quiet pause and the well equipped kitchen is ideal for creating amazing gourmet delights.
Located at the end of a winding lane on the edge of Les Alpilles, this spacious and elegant home offers an open fluid space transitioning seemlessly form indoors to out. Quality contemporary furnishings provide a haven of comfort in this fully renovated but traditional Provencal home.