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Arnaud Devlieghere
Chemin des Grandes Terres



2 reviews

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price from €700






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This charming holiday home is situated on a vast property spanning over 6000 m2 at the base of the stunning Luberon mountain range, overlooking the picturesque Durance river and the Golf of Pont Royal. The property is completely enclosed and surrounded by lush Mediterranean vegetation, including olive trees, cypresses, vines, bay-trees, and lavenders.

The accommodation itself, covering an area of 100 m2, can comfortably accommodate 5 to 7 guests. The living room is filled with natural light and features a private spa with water heated to a soothing 37°C. The spacious living area includes a fully equipped kitchen, a cozy dining area, and a comfortable sofa bed next to a charming fireplace. There is a double bedroom, as well as a bedroom with three single beds. The bathroom is well-appointed, and guests can also enjoy a beautiful shaded terrace adorned with a vine-covered pergola. Access to the property is secure with a gate.

The holiday home is equipped with a range of modern amenities to ensure a memorable stay. These include a private 5-person spa, a flat-screen TV with DVD/DivX player, an MP3 Hi-Fi system, a dishwasher, oven, microwave, washing machine, dryer, internet access, comfortable sun loungers, customizable lighting, and baby equipment available upon request. Additionally, all necessary linen and towels are provided.

Guests will also have access to various services during their stay. These include a personalized reception with tourist, cultural, and gastronomic information, as well as maps and a GPS device. There is an enclosed and well-maintained swimming pool measuring 11*6 meters, perfect for a refreshing dip. The property is ideally located in the Luberon region of Provence, in the south of France, near the beautiful French Riviera.


Appréciations pour La Bastide des Grandes Terres, Mérindol:

Excellentes vacances dans un charmant gîte
Review by: Dominique, Jan 31 2014 8:34PM
Nous avons été pleinement enchantés par ce magnifique gîte situé au calme au pied du petit Lubéron. A l'intérieur, le gîte est très joliment décoré, son agencement est fonctionnel avec toutes les commodités qu'une famille avec enfants peut apprécier (lave-vaisselle, lave-linge, grand frigo, four et micro-ondes, chaise pour bébé, etc...). A l'extérieur, notre enfant de 14 mois a découvert avec enthousiasme les deux grands trampolines et les différentes balançoires. Il s'est donné à coeur joie à gambader dans l'immense gazon bordé de jolies haies. Nous avons pu profiter de la piscine qui est très soigneusement entretenue et maintenue à bonne température par les propriétaires. Le soir, nous avons pu nous détendre dans le grand jacuzzi au milieu de la belle véranda. Ayant initialement prévu d'y séjourner une semaine, nous avons par deux fois prolongé notre séjour, tellement que nous nous y sentions bien! Nous pouvons donc que vous recommander ce lieu magnifique! De plus, nous garderons un excellent souvenir des propriétaires, Arnaud et Dorothée ainsi que de leurs trois charmantes filles. Leur accueil chaleureux, leur serviabilité indéfectible, leur discrétion bien dosée ont tout simplement sublimé nos vacances. Dominique, Véronique et Arthur
We'll come back next year !
Review by: Joki, Sep 2 2012 2:48PM
Very charming Chalet located on great, fenced site with well cared garden full of flowers. Our small children (two <4 years) loved to freely run around, use the playground and the trampolines. With the fenced swimming pool, the parents could keep cool and lazy when the kids had real good fun. Very nice landlord family that lives in the main building on the site. We really liked it and will definitely come back one day.

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The destination is situated just a 10-minute drive away from exit A7 in Sénas.



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  • Château de Mérindol: Located in the heart of Mérindol, this historic castle dates back to the 12th century and offers stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Visitors can explore the well-preserved fortifications and learn about the castle's intriguing history.
  • Luberon Regional Natural Park: Just a short distance from Chemin des Grandes Terres, the Luberon Regional Natural Park is a haven for nature lovers. With its picturesque landscapes, charming villages, and hiking trails, it offers the perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in the beauty of the Provence region.
  • Abbaye de Sénanque: Situated near the village of Gordes, the Abbaye de Sénanque is a magnificent Cistercian abbey founded in the 12th century. Its iconic lavender fields make it a popular spot for photography enthusiasts, especially during the blooming season.
  • Village des Bories: Located close to Gordes, the Village des Bories is an open-air museum that showcases traditional dry-stone huts known as "bories." Visitors can wander through the well-preserved structures and gain insight into the rural life of the past.
  • Château de Lourmarin: Situated in the charming village of Lourmarin, this Renaissance castle is a must-visit. It houses a cultural center and hosts various exhibitions and events throughout the year. The castle's beautiful gardens provide a tranquil setting for a leisurely stroll.
  • Pont Julien: A short drive from Mérindol, Pont Julien is an ancient Roman bridge that spans the Calavon River. Dating back to 3 BC, this well-preserved bridge offers a glimpse into the engineering prowess of the Romans and makes for a scenic spot for a walk or picnic.
  • Village of Bonnieux: Perched on a hilltop, the village of Bonnieux boasts panoramic vistas of the Luberon Valley. Its narrow streets, traditional stone houses, and charming cafes make it a delightful place to explore and soak in the Provençal ambiance.
  • Colorado Provençal: Located near the village of Rustrel, the Colorado Provençal is a unique natural site characterized by its vibrant ochre cliffs and colorful rock formations. Visitors can enjoy hiking trails that wind through the stunning landscape, reminiscent of the American Southwest.
  • Musée de la Lavande: Situated in Coustellet, this museum is dedicated to the history and production of lavender in the Provence region. It offers informative exhibits, workshops, and a boutique where visitors can purchase lavender-based products. 10. Village of Roussillon: Known for its distinctive red and orange buildings, the village of Roussillon is perched on a hilltop and offers panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. It is renowned for its ochre quarries, which have been transformed into a picturesque hiking trail.

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