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Bernadette Chouard
1 Rue des Pas Perdus


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04 94 04 31 37


06 08 50 65 50


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Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
4 75 120
(3 pers.)
1 75 120


Swimming Pool
Animals Allowed


  • Cotignac Village: Located right in the heart of Cotignac, this charming village is known for its quaint streets, historic buildings, and unique rock formations. Explore the narrow alleys, visit the local shops, and enjoy the beautiful views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Notre-Dame de Grâces: This stunning chapel is situated on a hilltop overlooking Cotignac. Built into the rock, it is a place of pilgrimage and offers breathtaking panoramic views of the town and surrounding vineyards. The chapel also houses a small museum displaying religious artifacts.
  • Le Lac de Sainte-Croix: Just a short drive away, this picturesque lake offers a range of recreational activities. You can go swimming, rent a pedal boat or kayak, or simply relax on the sandy beaches. The crystal-clear turquoise waters surrounded by rolling hills make it a perfect spot for a day trip.
  • Gorges du Verdon: Known as the "Grand Canyon of Europe," the Verdon Gorge is a natural wonder located near Cotignac. Admire the sheer limestone cliffs, turquoise waters, and stunning landscapes. Hiking, rock climbing, and boating opportunities are available for adventure enthusiasts.
  • Thoronet Abbey: Situated approximately 20 kilometers from Cotignac, this beautifully preserved Cistercian abbey is a must-visit for history and architecture lovers. Marvel at the Romanesque style and tranquil ambiance of the abbey, surrounded by peaceful countryside.
  • Château de Saint-Martin: Located in Taradeau, around 15 kilometers from Cotignac, this historic castle dates back to the 12th century and offers guided tours of its vineyards and cellars. Experience wine tasting, learn about the winemaking process, and enjoy the scenic beauty of the estate.
  • Aups: A charming Provençal village, Aups is renowned for its truffle market and picturesque center with its medieval architecture. Stroll through the narrow streets, visit the local market, and indulge in delicious Provençal cuisine at one of the village's many restaurants.
  • Sillans-la-Cascade: This small village is home to a beautiful waterfall, the Cascade de Sillans. Take a short hike through the forest to reach the cascade and enjoy the refreshing mist and natural beauty. It's a great spot for picnics and relaxation.
  • Tourtour: Known as the "Village in the Sky," Tourtour is perched on a hilltop offering panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Wander through the winding streets, visit local art galleries, and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere of this charming Provençal village. 10. Château d'Entrecasteaux: Located in the village of Entrecasteaux, this 16th-century castle is set amidst beautiful gardens and offers guided tours. Explore its rich history, admire the well-preserved interiors, and stroll through the magnificent gardens with fountains and terraces. These attractions provide a diverse range of experiences, allowing visitors to explore the natural beauty, history, and culture of the region surrounding Cotignac, France.

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