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Chemin du Jas Blanc


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Enjoy the ultimate comfort and tranquility in our exquisite cottage, complete with a refreshing pool. Nestled within 12 hectares of private land, this idyllic retreat is located in close proximity to the enchanting town of Aix en Provence, surrounded by lush vineyards and graceful olive trees.


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The distance between Aix en Provence and Lourmarin is approximately 15 minutes.



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extra bed
Holiday Home 1 480 680


Swimming Pool
Animals Allowed


  • Château La Coste: Located in Le Puy-Sainte-Réparade, just a short drive from Chemin du Jas Blanc, Château La Coste is a renowned vineyard and contemporary art center. Visitors can enjoy exquisite wine tastings, explore the stunning vineyards, and discover impressive sculptures and art installations throughout the estate.
  • Luberon Regional Natural Park: Situated northeast of Rognes, the Luberon Regional Natural Park is a picturesque area known for its natural beauty and charming villages. It offers opportunities for hiking, cycling, and exploring the stunning landscapes, as well as visiting enchanting towns like Gordes and Roussillon.
  • Aix-en-Provence: Located approximately 15 km from Chemin du Jas Blanc, Aix-en-Provence is a historic city famous for its art, culture, and charming streets lined with elegant mansions. Visitors can explore the vibrant markets, visit art museums like Musée Granet, and admire the stunning architecture, including the iconic Cours Mirabeau.
  • Marseille: As the second-largest city in France, Marseille is a vibrant coastal destination with a rich cultural heritage. Approximately 40 km away from Rognes, tourists can enjoy a variety of attractions such as the historic Vieux Port, the iconic Notre-Dame de la Garde basilica, and the fascinating MuCEM (Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilizations).
  • Cassis: Located around 60 km from Chemin du Jas Blanc, Cassis is a charming fishing village nestled between the sea and the stunning Calanques National Park. Visitors can take boat trips to explore the breathtaking calanques (narrow, steep-walled inlets), relax on the picturesque beaches, and savor fresh seafood in the local restaurants.
  • Avignon: Situated approximately 70 km northeast of Rognes, Avignon is a historic city famous for its well-preserved medieval ramparts and the magnificent Palais des Papes (Papal Palace). Visitors can also explore the charming streets, visit the famous Pont d'Avignon (Avignon Bridge), and enjoy the lively atmosphere of the city's annual theater festival.
  • Pont du Gard: Located about 80 km northwest of Rognes, the Pont du Gard is an ancient Roman aqueduct and a UNESCO World Heritage site. This remarkable architectural masterpiece spans the Gardon River and offers visitors the opportunity to admire its impressive engineering and enjoy scenic walks in the surrounding area.
  • Les Baux-de-Provence: Situated approximately 65 km southwest of Rognes, Les Baux-de-Provence is a picturesque medieval village perched on a rocky outcrop. It offers stunning panoramic views, well-preserved historical sites like the Château des Baux, and the unique Carrières de Lumières, an immersive art exhibition set in an old quarry. These attractions provide a diverse range of experiences, from natural beauty and historical sites to art and culture, allowing tourists to explore the beauty and richness of the Provence region in France.

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