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Corinne Jean
4000 Chemin des Pourraques
Brignoles
83170

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Nestled within a lush wooded property, only 10km away from the bustling city center, lies a charming small farm. Surrounded by serene tranquility, this idyllic haven is an oasis for nature enthusiasts and animal lovers alike. With the heavenly beaches and lakes just 50km away, it offers the perfect retreat for those seeking a peaceful escape in harmony with the natural wonders that surround them.

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Experience tranquility and serenity in our beautifully adorned room, designed with a Zen-inspired motif, ideal for accommodating two individuals. Unwind in the luxurious bathroom area, complete with a covered outdoor toilet that features a refreshing shower, convenient sink, and a refrigerator for your convenience. Indulge in delectable meals and find solace in our dining area, all while being surrounded by the gentle embrace of oak trees. Stay connected with our provided internet access, ensuring you have everything you need for a peaceful and rejuvenating stay.

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Directions

To get to Marseille or Aix en Provence, you can take either the A8 motorway or the N7. It will take approximately 1 hour by car from Toulon on the A50, and around 1 hour and 30 minutes from Nice on the A8 or N7. Alternatively, there are several bus lines available.

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Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
breakfast
Notes: Optional : morning brunch 12 15 evening meal tray

Services

Wi-Fi
Parking
Garden
Dinner
Animals Allowed

Attractions

  • Brignoles Historic Center: Located in the heart of Brignoles, this charming historic center is home to picturesque streets, medieval buildings, and a beautiful church. Visitors can explore the local shops, cafes, and immerse themselves in the town's rich history.
  • Saint-Sauveur Collegiate Church: This stunning Gothic-style church dates back to the 13th century and is a must-visit attraction in Brignoles. The church features intricate stained glass windows, a beautiful rose window, and a peaceful courtyard.
  • Royal Castle of Brignoles: Situated on a hill overlooking the town, the Royal Castle of Brignoles offers panoramic views and a glimpse into the region's past. The castle dates back to the 13th century and now serves as a cultural center, hosting art exhibitions and events.
  • Le Vallon Sourn: Nature enthusiasts will enjoy a visit to Le Vallon Sourn, a peaceful valley located just outside Brignoles. This scenic area offers walking trails, picnic spots, and a river where visitors can relax and enjoy the tranquil surroundings.
  • Chateau de Valbelle: Located in nearby La Celle, the Chateau de Valbelle is a well-preserved medieval fortress. Visitors can explore the castle's towers, dungeons, and admire the stunning views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Thoronet Abbey: Situated approximately 20 kilometers from Brignoles, Thoronet Abbey is a masterpiece of Romanesque architecture. This Cistercian abbey dates back to the 12th century and is renowned for its simplicity, harmonious proportions, and serene atmosphere.
  • Verdon Gorge: For outdoor enthusiasts, a visit to Verdon Gorge is a must. Known as the "Grand Canyon of Europe," Verdon Gorge offers breathtaking views, hiking trails, and opportunities for water activities such as kayaking and rafting.
  • Aix-en-Provence: Located about 50 kilometers from Brignoles, Aix-en-Provence is a vibrant city known for its charming old town, vibrant markets, and cultural attractions. Visitors can explore the Cours Mirabeau, visit the famous Cathedral of Saint Saveur, and enjoy the city's lively atmosphere.
  • Saint-Maximin-la-Sainte-Baume: This town is home to the majestic Basilica of Saint Mary Magdalene, a significant pilgrimage site. The basilica houses the reputed relics of Saint Mary Magdalene and is a remarkable example of Gothic architecture. 10. Marseille: As France's second-largest city, Marseille offers a diverse range of attractions. Visitors can explore the historic Vieux Port, visit the iconic Notre-Dame de la Garde, and enjoy the vibrant culture and cuisine of this coastal city.

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